Connie Zeigler is an architecture and design historian who had been working in Indianapolis for more than 20 years prior to a recent move to Rhode Island. She has taught about the history of design at Purdue University, writes a monthly history column for an Indianapolis newspaper, and has been hired by a graphic design firm to write at least one design-related publication each year for the last eleven years. She been interviewed by several publications including Curbed and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Her book, Indianapolis an Unusual Urban History is being published by the Indiana Historical Society. Connie has a Master’s degree from Indiana University and she is currently working on a book, The Wives of Modernism: the Important, Unknown Women behind Modernism’s Famous Architects.