Gerald Bernstein (1935?-2006) was a lifelong student of American Art and modern architecture.
Bernstein was Professor of Fine Arts at Brandeis from 1967-2000, where he taught predominantly taughtarchitectural history. He began teaching at Brandeis in 1967, where he organized classes and researchinto modern architecture, including the annual Brandeis Architecture Symposium. Through the course ofhis life, he studied American Art and modern architecture. A very popular teacher, he received numerousteaching awards during his career at Brandeis. He edited the most important book to date on BrandeisUniversity architecture called Building a Campus: An Architectural Celebration of Brandeis University's 50th Anniversary.