Jasmine Rault is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information & Technology and Department of Sociology at University Toronto Mississauga. At UTM Rault teaches courses on queer design, social change and homonationalism in Canada. Her research focuses on mediations of gender, race and sexuality in architecture and design, digital cultures and economies, arts and social movements. She is currently at work on a project provisionally entitled, “Open Secrets: Queer Technologies of Transparency from Modernist to Digital Architectures.” Her first book is Eileen Gray and the Design of Sapphic Modernity: Staying In (2011), and most recent essays are published in Women & Performance (2018), Scholar & Feminist Online (2017) and Feminist Media Studies (2017). Rault is also director of the Digital Research Ethics Collaboratory (DREC), for which she received a SSHRC Insight Development Grant in 2017.