THE RADICALLY INCLUSIVE STUDIO an open access conversation on radically inclusive practices in the architectural design studio: Introduction

THE RADICALLY INCLUSIVE STUDIO an open access conversation on radically inclusive practices in the architectural design studio https://commons.pratt.edu/theradicallyinclusivestudio/ Authors Michele Gorman, Associate Professor in Pratt Institute’s School of...
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In Inclusive Practices, Social Justice, Spatial, Structural, Support, Symbolic, Systemic

About the Authors

Authors:  Michele Gorman, Jolanda Morkel, Dr. Hermie Elizabeth Delport, Dr. Lindy Osborne Burton Michele Gorman, Associate Professor in Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture, Brooklyn, NY, and Parsons School...
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Systemic Inclusive Context

Pivoting suddenly to online learning in March 2020, we extended Willams et al’s. (2005) theory of the systemic dimension through opening up external relations to new global alliances...
By Michele Gorman
In Inclusive Practices, Systemic

Social Justice Inclusive Context

The rapid move to online learning provided a respite from the imminent closure of campuses, demonstrating new ways of communication, interaction, and collaboration. However, it soon transpired that...
By Michele Gorman
In Inclusive Practices, Social Justice

Spatial Inclusive Context

The spatial inclusive context is our main and unique contribution to the reconceptualization and expansion of the Inclusive Excellence (IE) Framework (Williams et al. 2005). Through the spatial...
By Michele Gorman
In Inclusive Practices, Spatial

Symbolic Inclusive Context

Within our pivot to remote learning, in the midst of the context of the mass protests in the USA, the symbolic dimension was heightened through the form of...
By Michele Gorman
In Inclusive Practices, Symbolic

Support Inclusive Context

As a global community of architecture educators, supporting our students through unpredictable times—especially the provision of pastoral care for the health, safety, and well-being of our international and...
By Michele Gorman
In Inclusive Practices, Support

Structural Inclusive Context

Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) predominantly have strong structural frameworks that are often ruled by formal and well-established administrative and bureaucratic processes that provide operational clarity, but not necessarily...
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In Inclusive Practices, Structural

Public Online Talks

  HELTASA, December 1st, 2020 (Gorman, Delport, Morkel, Burton) HELTASA Conference 2020 HELTASA Conference 2020   May 23rd, 2020: Dr. Hermie Delport and Dr. Jolanda Morkel presents at...
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Critical Digital Pedagogy

Critical Digital Pedagogy: A Collection by Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend and Sean Michael Morris (2020)  https://hybridpedagogy.org/critical-digital-pedagogy/ ‘As Hybrid Pedagogy’s work continues, we recognize that education is, in many...
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In Response Papers

PDF Book: Open at the Margins

Cover Open-at-the-Margins-1597674960 This book represents a starting point towards curating and centering marginal voices and non-dominant epistemic stances in open education. It includes the work of 43 diverse...
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In Structural

The Routledge Companion to Architectural Pedagogies of the Global South

https://rc-aegs.blogspot.com is an online platform for in-progress manuscript of the book “The Routledge Companion to Architectural Pedagogies of the Global South” which is being developed by Ashraf Salama,...
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In Response Papers

What makes Pedagogy Radical? | Dean Harriet Harriss | TED Talk


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In Response Papers

Race, Space and Architecture: Towards an Open Access Curriculum

Tayob, H., & Hall, S. 2019. Race, space and architecture: towards and open-access curriculum. London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Sociology. http://racespacearchitecture.org/index.html
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In Decolonization, Inclusive Practices, Social Justice

Achille Mbembe: Future Knowledges and the Dilemmas of Decolonization

In this talk, philosopher Achille Mbembe considers the possibilities of a new planetary configuration of the human and the humanities, in light of what he calls the injunction...
By Michele Gorman
In Decolonization, Inclusive Practices, Social Justice