I would like to thank Summer Sutton for inviting me to speak about my research to Ph.D. students at Yale University. Sutton is a founding member of Indigenous Scholars of Architecture, Planning and Design (ISAPD) at Yale University’s School of Architecture and has consulted on graphic design projects for museums and public institutions involved with Indigenous affairs. It was great to hear about her work and to speak with scholars investigating a wide range of issues in architectural history and architectural education. An original post of this event can be found here on the ISAPD blog.
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