Maureen Meister writes about the art and architecture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Her books include Arts and Crafts Architecture: History and Heritage in New England (2014) and a monograph about Herbert Langford Warren, a leader in Boston’s Arts and Crafts movement who trained under H. H. Richardson and founded the architecture program at Harvard (2003). Her publications have received awards from the Graham Foundation, the J. M. Kaplan Fund, Historic New England, the New England chapter of the Victorian Society in America, and the Boston Authors Club. She sits on the Council of the William Morris Society in the United States and is an active member of the Society of Architectural Historians. She holds a doctorate from Brown University and has taught for more than thirty years at Boston-area universities, including Tufts, Northeastern, and Lesley.