The Graduate Architecture Students’ Association (GASA) at McGill University has initiated a student-run reading group. Our goal with this Race|Space reading group is to begin raising consciousness on the issues of systemic racism that exist in our institutions and our profession; and to learn how to engage in anti-racist practices as students, teachers, professionals and citizens. We understand that reading alone isn’t enough, however we acknowledge that (re-)education is the first step toward positive change. The outcome of each discussion will include actionable steps that can be taken as a response to the issues addressed. [> topics and schedule] 

summer 2020 sessions: notes & discussion

[>Racism in the University] by Ipek Tureli

[>Architecture & Race] by Annmarie Adams

[>Indigenous Peoples & Decolonization] by Magdalena Miłosz

[> Race & Computing] by Theodora Vardouli 

[> Murals. Bikes. Patios] by Sarah Gelbard

[> Critical Whiteness Studies] by Laura O’Brien and Aaron Richmond

[>Civil Protest and Insurgent Public Space] by Ayca Koseoglu

[>Borders, Barbed Wires, and Bureaucracy] by Christine Aglot

fall 2020 sessions: notes & discussion

[>Monuments and Memory] by Keyan Ye

 

 

 

 

 

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