Race, Space and Architecture
Race, Space and Architecture: Reflections on a Curriculum
Presentations by Suzi Hall, Huda Tayob, and Thandi Loewenson with a response by Emanuel Admassu, Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP.
This event will be presented virtually, please register in advance for the Zoom webinar link.
Race, Space, and Architecture is an open-access curriculum shared of many voices which engages with three questions: What are the spatial contours of capitalism that produce racial hierarchy and injustice? What are the inventive repertoires of refusal, resistance, and re-making that are neither reduced to nor exhausted by racial capitalism and how are they specialized? How is ‘race’ configured differently across space, and how can a more expansive understanding of entangled world space broaden our imagination for teaching and learning?
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