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    • A Diasporist Guide to Camping Here 

      Laster, G (2024-05-15)
      At Camp Doikayt, the landscape is a vehicle for remembering histories of diaspora and reimagining Jewishness beyond Zionism. Summer camps proliferated in the United States after the Shoah, using the Zionist invention of ...
    • Becoming a Haenyeo-Architect, Making a Commons 

      Kang, Junho Sohun (2022-04-01)
      What can an architect do to an imminent extinction of a culture? Through fieldwork, I documented traditional tools, architecture, land-seascapes, and rituals of Haenyeo in Jeju Island, South Korea, engaged with the community, ...
    • Design in the Convívio: Making Space for Landscape in Self-Built Communities 

      Valentine, Sam E (2021-05-19)
      This thesis examines the roles in which a landscape architect can operate respectfully within dense, self-constructed communities. Piloting a design process within the context of the “convívio” -- a socially rich but ...
    • Field Anfractuous - Retrospection on Fluid Architecture and Difficult Arts 

      Ghatak, Sovona (2023-05-23)
      “Difficult Arts,” a post-AI era term, is closely related to a particular style of architecture that gained attraction and quite a favorable reputation in the mid-nineteenth century. Given its characteristics, techniques, ...