Black perspectives in the built environment
Black History Month 2022 marks a critical moment to explore Black perspectives in the built environment, and the diverse contributions these make to the field. Explore interviews and profiles with people who have shaped – and are shaping – the past, present and future of cities, buildings and human spaces.
We are also running a series of events. See below for more details.
A special interactive online event on 19 October, exploring how simple, everyday changes can create a big impact in built environment education. Part of the Inclusive Spaces events series.
In this 25 October panel hosted by The Bartlett Development Planning Unit will take a holistic look at how climate change is impacting Somali communities throughout the Horn of Africa, drawing from academic, policy and artistic perspectives.
Join staff and students from across the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment in celebrating Black History Month on 26 October. Events include screenings and workshops, followed by a lecture from British-Nigerian historian, broadcaster and filmmaker Prof David Olusoga.
A 27 October lecture by international expert in equity and inclusion in education Dr Rosemary Campbell-Stephens MBE, in-conversation with Tanzanian artist Valerie Asiimwe Amani.