Spring 2023 Architecture @ Princeton URB 356 | LAS 395 | AMS 256 Mondays and Wednesdays 11 – 12:20 pm Mary Pena | email@example.com
This course considers theories and practices of reinterpreting landscape through the lenses of indigeneity, transnational feminism, and decoloniality. We will explore alternative ways of knowing and relating to places—thinking across space and time, built structures and material absences, borders, and networks of relation—with a focus on the Americas. Discussions will engage spatial perspectives in geography, anthropology, and decolonial thought along with creative writing and multimedia work. Students will apply critical spatial practices by designing a digital project using textual, sonic, and visual modes to remap a selected site.