Climate Care SSoA Postgraduate Symposium 2019

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The symposium was part of the Initiative Climate Care, a collective initiative addressing global environmental change through a feminist ethics of care. The initiative links together learning and teaching activities across the MA in Architectural Design (MAAD) and MA in Urban Design (MAUD) of the University of Sheffield, School of Architecture.

Date: 12/11/2019

Place: University of Sheffield – Hicks Building Lecture Theatre 1

Organizers: Dr Emma Cheatle, Dr Beatrice De Carli, Dr Krzysztof Nawratek and Dr Claudia Rojas-Bernal

Expositors: Introduction by Prof. Renata Tyszczuk (Chair in Architectural Humanities at SSOA)

Sanjukta Jitendhar March Studio Thesis: Using feminist methodology of care to subvert and challenge capitalism

Dr Catalina Mejía Moreno Studio MA Architectural design Waterweaving

Dr Krzysztof Nawratek Studio MA Architectural design In the incoming Zombie Apocalypse WE are Zombies

Dr Luis Hernan Studio MA Architectural design Unsettled and Displaced Domesticity, belonging and liminality in the digital age

Dr Xiang Ren Studio MA Architectural design Built Heritage: design with the as-found and the lost

Dr Claudia Rojas Bernal and Dr. Irit Katz Studio MA Urban Design Food and City

Prof Doina Petrescu, Alex Axinte and Thomas Moore MA Urban Design Citizen’s Care for the Resilient City

Keynote by Dr Nerea Calvillo Gonzalez (Assistant Professor and Director of Postgraduate Research at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick)