Michael Fazio is an architect and architectural historian. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Auburn University, a Master of Architecture Degree from The Ohio State University, and a Ph.D. in the History of Architecture and Urban Development from Cornell University. He practices architecture in the southeast region, most often as a documentary and forensic architectural-preservation consultant. He teaches architectural design-studios and architectural history in the College of Architecture, Art and, Design at Mississippi State University. His articles have appeared in the Society of Architectural Historians Journal, Arris (the journal of the Southeast Society of Architectural Historians), the Journal of Architectural Education, and the Journal of the White House Historical Society, among others. His book Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture (with co-authors Marian Moffett and Lawrence Wodehouse) was published in 2003 by McGraw-Hill and his book The Domestic Architecture of Benjamin Henry Latrobe (with co-author Patrick Snadon) will be published in 2006 by The Johns Hopkins University Press. He is currently preparing a manuscript for a book on the architecture of Birmingham, Alabama to be published by The University of Tennessee Press.