Katie Jakobiec is an art and architectural historian with research interests that include mercantile networks, territorial politics, earth-based knowledge, travel, and rural environments. She is completing her first book, Architecture and Abundance, which looks at the buildings and sites that facilitated the exchange of goods and natural resources in the Baltic Sea region.
Before returning to Toronto, Katie was the Berenson Fellow at I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies. Prior to that, she was the Scott Opler Junior Research Fellow in Architectural History at Worcester College, University of Oxford. She taught architectural history at ESALA, the University of Edinburgh.