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Housing and Social Justice: Spaces, Histories and Experiences


Housing has often been an object of research, debates and teaching proposals in Schools of Architecture. Housing, however, has rarely been the subject of analysis and discussion in architectural history courses offered in art history schools. This course examines how the housing question has been thematized, problematized and mediated in different media (daily press, architectural magazines, international organization protocols etc). It includes a series of city walks, exercises with printed and digital material, and discussions with guests. It also includes a visit to the exhibition “Protest Architecture. Barricades, Camps, Superglue” displayed in the DAM Museum.