Race and Space Curriculum shortlisted for the Colvin Prize 2021
24 September 2021
The Bartlett cross-faculty team's Race and Space Curriculum 'What is ‘race’ doing in a nice field like the built environment?’ has been shortlisted for the Colvin Prize 2021
The Bartlett cross-faculty team's Race’ and Space: What is ‘race’ doing in a nice field like the built environment?’ curriculum has been shortlisted for the Colvin Prize 2021.
Authored-curated by Solomon Zewolde (UCL IOE), Adam Walls, Dr. Tania Sengupta, Dr. Catalina Ortiz, Dr. Yasminah Beebeejaun, George Burridge, and Dr. Kamna Patel, this curriculum was created in response to the collective reflection on built environment curricula, which in general avoid issues of ‘race’ despite a strong and inextricable link between ‘race’ and space.
The winners will be selected in the autumn and announced at the Society’s Annual Lecture and Awards Ceremony.
The Colvin Prize is presented annually by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain to the author or authors of an outstanding work of reference that relates to the field of architectural history, broadly conceived.
(Image composed by Arinjoy Sen)