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Eva Hagberg was born in Eugene, Oregon and lived in three countries and went to twelve schools before landing in New Jersey for college at Princeton University. She then spent six years living and working in New York City, where she wrote about architecture, design, and food; a year living and writing about food in Portland; and the last four years in the Bay Area, where she is a PhD student at UC Berkeley as well as an architecture critic.
She is the author of two books on architecture, Dark Nostalgia and Nature Framed, and of the best-selling Kindle Single, It's All In Your Head, which documents her longtime search for a diagnosis, marked with the discovery of some masses in her brain that can only be described as maybe-cancer. She currently teaches in the American Studies department at UC Berkeley and is currently preparing for her qualifying exams by reading David Foster Wallace and Roland Barthes.