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Special Issue: Decolonization of Arts Education, Volume 20, Number 1, April 2021

Guest editor Dr. Dori Tunstall, Dean of the Faculty of Design, Ontario College of Art and Design University.

"This special issue expresses how global arts education can become a site of alternative positionalities, practices and pedagogies using decolonializing methodology. These expressions also respond to COVID-19, and the importance of perspectives from those disproportionally affected by the pandemic, as exacerbated by colonial ideology." [Intellect]


 

Saxon, J. (2022). Princeton’s Mellon Fellows are bringing fresh perspectives to research and teaching in architecture, urbanism and the humanities. Princeton University.

Cochran Hameen, E. (2021). A Half Dozen Students Can Lead a Revolution. Architect.

Brown. E.N. (2020). Designing an Experimental Technology Curriculum By—and For—Black Creatives. AIGA Eye on Design.

Deem Journal. (2020). Milton Curry, Dean of the School of Architecture at USC, speaks with Deem’s founders about the meaning of social practice.

Hobart, E. (2020). Antiracism in the catalog: An analysis of records. College & Research Libraries News, 81(8), 378. 

Rhodes. M. (2020). The Agency Scope Of Work Is Reimagining the Talent Pipeline for Creatives of Color. AIGA Eye on Design.

Hickey, A. and Tuazon, A. (2019). Decolonizing and Diversifying Are Two Different Things: A Workshop Case Study. Art History Teaching Resources.

Tayob, H. and Hall, S. (2019). Race, space and architecture: towards and open-access curriculum. London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Sociology, London, UK.

Wortham-Galvin, B.D. and McFarland, J. (2019). White Out: Architecture's enduring resistance to blackness. Charrette, 5(2), 83-98.

Richards, W. (2018). What does race have to do with architectural education? Sharon Sutton on why Columbia University’s story should matter to students--and architects--today. Architect, 107(5), 95–96.

Recording: Decentering the Canon in the Architectural Library

"Decentering the Canon in the Architectural Library" is a panel discussion hosted by the Ricker Library of Architecture and Art on March 23, 2021, in partnership with the Illinois School of Architecture.

Panelists include expertise from a broad range of disciplines within architecture:

  • Charles L. Davis II, Assistant Professor of Architecture History and Criticism, University at Buffalo, SUNY
  • Aneesha Dharwadker, Assistant Professor Illinois School of Architecture + Department of Landscape Architecture University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Leila Anna Wahba, Deputy Director & Culture Curator, Architecture + Design Museum, Los Angeles