About the Event
SESSIONS ON TERRITORY is a series of public debates on the political economy of architecture and territory. Focusing on the material cultures of architecture and urbanism — from territories of resource extraction to the construction site — the upcoming series unravels contemporary forces at work in the formation of the built and natural environments. Through a series of debates with invited guests, the seminar aims to critically reflect on the materiality of contemporary urbanism. Every intervention by a guest speaker is followed by a panel discussion with invited respondents.
The Spring Semester 2021 Sessions on Territory is curated by Prof Milica Topalovic, Asst Prof Charlotte Malterre-Barthes (Harvard GSD) and Hans Hortig.
Yale NUS College
in conversation with Faiq Mari
in conversation with Neeraj Bhatia
in conversation with Guillaume Habert and Donald Mak
JANE MAH HUTTON
University of Waterloo
in conversation with Galaad Van Daele
UC Santa Cruz
in conversation with Marija Maric and Nils Güttler
Selected Mondays, 4 — 5.30 pm, Online,
FS21 elective 1 ECTS credit
Contact: Hans Hortig, firstname.lastname@example.org
All sessions will be recorded and published online.
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