Konstantina Kalfa is an Architectural Engineer (NTUA 2008), holding an MPhil and a PhD in the history, theory and philosophy of architectural design (2011, 2015 respectively). For three academic semesters (winter semesters 2012-2014), he taught Architectural History and Theory at the Department of Architecture, UCy as Adjunct Faculty. Between 2010 and 2013 she was a teaching assistant at the NTUA (School of Architecture). She has participated in various congresses and conferences and she was a member of the organizing committee of the 1st Architectural History Conference held in Athens in 2014.Among her publications are: Where the Spell is Chanted, Architecture and Culture, 3:3, 315-325 (2015) and On Creatively Destructing, Rethinking Marxism, 26:4, 581-591 (2014). Personal website: https://ntua.academia.edu/KonstantinaKalfa.