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Fugitive Practice
Jerome W. Haferd & Curry J. Hackett
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The surprise and longevity of the COVID-19 pandemic and current sociopolitical climate have exposed critical oversights of systemic transgression, particularly in education. The course “Fugitive Practice: Introduction, Recentering, and Exploration of Black and Indigenous Design Methods” was part of the emergent effort toward redressing and repairing the climate of the school classroom, which often peripheralizes Black and Indigenous bodies and cultural traditions. By lifting up underrecognized subjectivities, cultures, and methods, “Fugitive Practice” advocates for the reimagining of the frame through which architecture is qualified, represented, and produced, while calling out opportunities for the repairs of institutional harm.

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