Judith Dupré’s books investigate history through the lens of an individual building type, whether skyscrapers, bridges, churches or monuments. She seeks to captivate the imagination of the general reader, and illuminate the relationship between the arts, the built environment and one’s quality of life. Her narrative nonfiction books have been critically received and translated into eleven languages. Her editorials and essays have appeared in America, Architectural Record, USA Today, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, and Wowowow, among others.