Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mini-Series: Indigeneity in Contemporary Architecture
architecture, tammmy eagle bull, contemporary, native american architects
INDIGENEITY IN CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE
As the first builders in North America, indigenous people were the original architects. Colonization interrupted this self-determination of our built environment. Native American architects are again leading the design of tribal communities. Contemporary architecture for tribal nations has a big impact on the overall health and well-being of the people. The expression of indigenous ideals, values and concepts is key to successful community building.
Bull, Tammy Eagle, "Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mini-Series: Indigeneity in Contemporary Architecture" (2021). School of Architecture Lectures Series. 248.
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