How to recognize that three contemporary crises—of care, political economy, and climate—are really one? How to see what links the absence of planning with planned exploitation? Racial oppression with ecological apartheid? Public health with environmental justice? Healing the planet with healing society? How, in short, not merely to restore what has been lost or damaged, but to reconstruct it, to build an actually-existing world of mutual care and collective well-being?
Columbia University’s Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture is conducting, together with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, a competitive call for course proposals on the theme of “Architecture, Climate Change, and Society.”