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Embedding justice in the 1.5°C transition: A transdisciplinary research agenda
Nick Hughes shares 'Embedding justice in the 1.5°C transition: A transdisciplinary research agenda'.
Helping secure Asmara’s UNESCO World Heritage status
Decades of research and consultancy by Professor Edward Denison and Guang Yu Ren helped in achieving UNESCO World Heritage Site status for Asmara, the capital of Eritrea.
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The Crumple and the Scrape: Two Genderqueer Textiles
The Crumple and the Scrape: Two Genderqueer textiles is a lecture by UC Berley College of Environmental Design’s Lucas Crawford, presented by Lo Marshall, looking at the role texture plays in gender and sexuality.
Working Towards a Pluriversity: progressive conversations, NOT solutions
In light of recent events, such as George Floyd’s death, we have granted ourselves the liberation of being able to address the idea of race and thus the realisation of how evident it is that change needs to happen. Shaunee Lyn Tan explores further.
"The Role Of Ephemerality In The Queer Nightclub"read the article
"It’s always varying degrees of terror"
Isaac Nanabeyin Simpson on an architecture between cultures.read the post
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“Asmara’s inscription has also challenged international perceptions of Eritrea, where it is often misrepresented as being in perpetual conflict”
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