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Decolonizing Architecture: Experimental Sites of Knowledge Production (continuation course)

This course reflects on how architecture and other spatial sciences arise in physical spaces and bodies, as well as in groups and through experiences.

The aim of this advanced course is to develop a research environment that promotes diversity, sustainability and equality. We also encourage and develop research practices that arise within the course. During the continuation course, participants will have the opportunity to deepen and develop the collaboration with institutions and actors encountered during the previous year.

Practical information

Second cycle, 30 credits, 50%
Language: English
Course coordinator: Alessandro Petti and Marie-Louise Richards
Starts: September 1, 2020
Ends: June 6, 2021

Eligibility Requirements

This continuation course is only available to participants who have completed the previous year’s course.


Results from the previous year as well as letters of motivation which clearly indicate how the applicant intends to develop projects, individually or in groups, from the previous year’s course.


The last registration date was May 5, 2020.