Reinout Rutte (Roelofarendsveen, 1972) is an urban and architectural historian, and teaches in both the Bachelor and the Master phase. He studied history of art and architecture at the Free University in Amsterdam and historical geography at the University of Amsterdam, where he also finished his PhD thesis Stedenpolitiek en stadsplanning in de Lage Landen (12de-13de eeuw) [Urban politics and city planning in the Low Countries, 12th-13th centuries]. He is specialized in research on the long-term development of cities and urbanism in the Low Countries. He is editor of the Bulletin van de Koninklijke Nederlandse Oudheidkundige Bond and OverHolland. Architectural studies for Dutch cities. In 2016 he published the Atlas of the Dutch Urban Landscape. A Millennium of Spatial Development.
University Lecturer, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft