Architectural Critic, Boston Globe
An architect since 1975, Robert Campbell has worked for nonprofit institutions and for cities. As architecture critic for the Boston Globe, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 1996. In a review of his book, Cityscapes of Boston: An American City Through Time, a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter wrote “Campbell is esteemed by many to be the leading architectural critic in America today.” Mr. Campbell has written more than 80 feature articles and is a contributing editor for Architectural Record and Preservation magazines. He has lectured at a number of colleges and universities, and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a Regent of the American Architectural Foundation.