Felipe Hernï¿½ndezis an Architect and lecturer in architectural design, history and theory at the University of Cambridge. He has an MA in Architecture and Critical Theory and received his PhD from the University of Nottingham. He taught previously in the School of Architecture at the University of Liverpool, and has also taught at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL), the Universities of Nottingham, East London and Nottingham Trent. Felipe Hernï¿½ndez has published extensively on contemporary Latin American cities, focusing on the multiplicity of architectural practices that operate simultaneously in the constant re-shaping of the continents cities. He is the author ofBeyond Modernist Masters: Contemporary Architecture in Latin America(Birkhï¿½user 2009) andBhabha for Architects(Routledge 2009) and co-editor ofTransculturation: Cities, Space and Architecture in Latin America(Rodopi 2005).