Creative Justice

A symposium on creative architectural analysis and practice around issues of human rights, justice, and politics

April 2–3, 2020

Keynote Lecture

Thursday, April 2, 6:00 PM
Higgins Hall Auditorium

Fred Moten
“An Architecture of the Sentence:
Renee Gladman”

Three Panels

Friday, April 3

REPRESENTATION:

10–11 AM Alumni Reading Room

Joy Mboya, Cultural Activist + Director of GoDown Centre, Nairobi
Shota Vashakmadze, Architect + Historian, UCLA
Terence Gower, Artist, New York + France

LAND:

1–2:30 PM Alumni Reading Room

Amelyn Ng, Architect + Writer + Cartoonist, Rice School of Architecture
Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, Historian, Barnard College
Eva Perez de Vega, Architect + Theorist, Pratt Institute School of Architecture

ARCHITECTURE AND LABOR:

3–4:30 PM Higgins Hall 111, School of Architecture

Jessica Myers, Urbanist + Co-Steward of The Architecture Lobby, RISD
Douglas Spencer, Theorist, Iowa State University
Quardean Lewis-Allen, Founder of Made in Brownsville, Inc.

SPONSORED BY:
SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND MEDIA STUDIES
SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
PRATT ACADEMIC SENATE

Image by Renee Gladman