Elizabeth Guffey is professor of Art and Design History and head of the MA program in Art History at the State University of New York, Purchase College. She is the author of Retro: The Culture of Revival (Reaktion, 2006) and Posters: A Global History (Reaktion, 2015). She is also co-editor of Making Disability Modern (with Bess Williamson, Bloomsbury, 2020), and author of Designing Disability (Bloomsbury, 2018). She is the founding editor of the peer-review journal Design and Culture (Routledge). Her scholarly work has appeared in a variety of venues, including Design and Culture, Design Issues, and the Journal of Visual Culture. As part of her efforts to bring design and disability studies to broad publics, she has also authored essays in a range of publications, including The New York Times and The Nation. She is currently working on two projects. The first, Design for One: Prehistories of Knowing the New Inclusivity, examines a paradigm shift in current design culture. It argues for a new way of knowing disability, thus drawing on the dynamic emergence of “critical disability studies.” In so doing, it examines less widely known design histories and their impact on how—and for whom—the world is designed today.