Jennifer Dyck studied art history, classical archaeology and comparative literature at Goethe University Frankfurt, where she completed her Master’s degree at the Institute of Art History in 2021. In her Master’s thesis, she explored the intersection of architecture, politics and utopia in France in the late 1960s and 1970s, using an exemplary urban planning project. She is a member of the Center for Critical Studies in Architecture (CCSA) and was a student assistant at the Institute of Art History at the Professorship of Architectural History from 2017 to 2020. Among other things, she was involved in the editorial work of the CCSA TOPICS 1 “Max Bächer. 50 Meter Archiv”. From March 2021 to April 2022, she was a research assistant in the LOEWE Research Cluster “Architectures of Order: Practices and Discourses between Design and Knowledge” in Frankfurt am Main.