Navigating Architectural Education Spaces as Black students, Researchers, and Educators

Victoria Okoye, Sakyi-Ansah Juliet, Badu Michael, Fisher Alisha Morinke, Biamah-Ofosu Nana

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This is a two-part conversation between five voices to respond to and think with the ‘Anti-Racism at SSoA: A Call to Action’. Juliet Sakyi-Ansah, Michael Badu, and Victoria Ogoegbunam Okoye previously studied at Sheffield School of Architecture, Nana Biamah-Ofosu delivered a guest lecture at the SSoA Theory Forum, and Alisha Morenike Fisher delivered a guest lecture in the Trajectories module of the MA Urban Design programme. Our conversations move between our experiences of race and racism in architectural study, research and teaching, and we think through overlapping themes that span our times and experiences at SSoA (and other architectural educational institutions and spaces) to also affirm the demands vocalised in the ‘Anti-Racism at SSoA: A Call to Action’.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)123–132
JournalField: the free journal of architecture
Volume8
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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