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The second live Critical Conversations Project webinar will stream on
Thursday, May 27, 12.00 – 1.30 EST (New York)

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Five well-known panelists will discuss

Justice & Participation and
Environmental Adaptation and Ecotechnology


 
 
The conversation will address:

• How may built environments support equity and inclusion and encourage participatory and democratic decision-making processes?

• How may sustainable built and natural ecosystems be in spiritual and material harmony with nature, the cosmos, and the resources of the earth?



Moderator

Thomas Barrie, FAIA, DPACSA
Professor of Architecture, North Carolina State University
 

Panelists
 

Thomas Beaudoin, Ph.D.
Professor of Religion, Fordham University

 

Bryan Bell

Associate Professor of Architecture, North Carolina State University 
Director of Design Corps

 

Karla Britton, Ph.D.
Professor of Art History, Dine College

 

Roberto Chiotti, FRAIC
Founding Principal, Larkin Architect

 

Thomas Fisher, DPACSA
Professor and Director of the Minnesota Design Center,
University of Minnesota.

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The Critical Conversations Project is a series of thematic roundtable discussions conducted by the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum in partnership with the Center of Theological Inquiry. The goal is to broaden considerations of leading-edge issues of the built environment through incorporating spiritual perspectives. A multidisciplinary group of experts from architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, public interest design, material culture, theology, religious studies, psychology, anthropology, history, and environmental health will discuss how the cultural, ethical, environmental, or transcendent aspects of the built environment can address contemporary challenges of globalization, urbanization, economic disparity, climate change, migratory pressures, political and religious radicalization, and disruptive technologies.
 
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