'Humanitarian Architectural Practice' Article Published

Changing political contexts in global perspective are changing the dynamics of humanitarian architectural practice. Interventions published a peer-reviewed article today by Kai Wood Mah and Patrick Lynn Rivers on the tectonics of emerging practices in France and Québec in particular titled “Economies of Humanitarian Architectural Practice.” The article draws extensively on 2016 design ethnography research documenting what was the real-time response of Québec design practitioners urgently responding to the migration crisis heightened by the Syrian Civil War.

Interventions is a leading journal of postcolonial theory edited by Robert J. C. Young. It draws on an international editorial board of leading postcolonial theorists.