Juliana Rowen Barton is a historian, curator, and the ACLS Leading Edge Fellow at the Center for Craft, whose research centers on the confluence of race, gender, and design. Through her work, she strives to cultivate more just and equitable experiences with the arts. Beyond her fellowship, she is also the Associate Curator for Designing Motherhood, a book (MIT Press 2021), exhibition, and story banking initiative that explore and expand conversations around design and the arc of human reproduction. From 2017-2019, she worked at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where she co-organized Design in Revolution (2018) and was part of the curatorial team for Designs for Different Futures (2019-2020). She has also worked on exhibitions at the Center for Architecture/AIANY, Center for Architecture + Design, Philadelphia, the Barnes Foundation, the Mütter Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, and she received training from the Center for Curatorial Leadership/Mellon’s Graduate Seminar in Curatorial Practice. In addition to her curatorial work, she has taught critical theory of race and architecture as a Lecturer in Architecture at the Weitzman School of Design. She holds a PhD and MA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA with Highest Distinction from the University of Virginia.