Stella Ioannidou is a researcher, architect and engineer living in New York City. She holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a Master of Science in Computational Geotechnics from the National Technical University of Athens. Stella has received the 2017 William Kinne Traveling Fellowship to continue her project Visualizing oral histories of the Naqab Desert, that focuses on undocumented Bedouin oral testimonies. She has previously worked as a researcher on projects such as Conflict Urbanism: Colombia with the Center for Spatial Research and House Housing | The Art of Inequality: Architecture, Housing and Real Estate with the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture. She is interested in an interdisciplinary practice that operates at the intersection of architecture, social justice and new media.