Critical Practice in an Age of Complexity
Socio-cultural critiques of the built environment. Conference
Place: University of Arizona, Tucson
Dates: 22 – 23 February 2018
Abstract Deadline: 05 Dec 2017
Donald Trump promises investment in infrastructure, China continues to urbanize, global cities are surrounded by slums and housing is unaffordable while simultaneously a form of capital investment.
The issues of living in the United States cities, towns and communities are more than just questions of the buildings we construct; the houses we make or the roads we build. The built environment reflects and informs social development, community conflict and economic opportunity, demographic disparity and more. To understand this complex relationship we need to think across discipline boundaries.
Sociology, human geography, cultural studies, architecture, urban planning and more.
The conference will lead to journal articles with Architecture_MPS, a proceedings publication with its own ISSN and book publications arranged by AMPS (Architecure, Media, Politics, Society).
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