Shelley Hornstein is a Senior Scholar and Professor Emerita of Architectural History & Urban Culture at York University. She explores a wide-ranging set of themes located at the intersection of memory and place in architectural sites and cultural heritage generally. In particular, her research focuses on Jewish museums, memorial and touristic sites. Her latest book, Architectural Tourism: Site-Seeing, Itineraries and Cultural Heritage (Lund Humphries, 2021), investigates the role of architecture as central to tourism at virtual and material sites. Dr. Hornstein is the author of Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place (Ashgate/Routledge, 2011). She co-edited Capital Culture: A Reader on Modernist Legacies, State Institutions, and the Value(s) of Art (McGill-University Press, 2000), Image and Remembrance: Representation and The Holocaust (Indiana University Press, 2002), and Impossible Images: Contemporary Art after the Holocaust (NYU Press, 2003) as well as many scholarly journal articles and catalogues. She is the recipient of various international awards, fellowships, and guest professorships, and serves on advisory boards for several academic journals.