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This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



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This series has been produced and edited by Candela De Bortoli.

Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy

In this talk, Daniel Barber reflects on rethinking pedagogical frameworks that value alternative modes of practice. Daniel also discusses how re-imagining the building industry can be an opportunity to develop a new historiography that considers equity and redistribution of wealth.

This conversation is part of the Climax Change! Series, curated and hosted by Pedro Gadanho, in the context of his book Climax Change! How architecture must transform in the age of ecological emergency, published by Actar Publishers.



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urbanNext (April 15, 2024) Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/.
Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy.” urbanNext – April 15, 2024, https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/
urbanNext January 9, 2023 Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy., viewed April 15, 2024,<https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/>
urbanNext – Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy. [Internet]. [Accessed April 15, 2024]. Available from: https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/
Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy.” urbanNext – Accessed April 15, 2024. https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/
Changing the Discipline through Pedagogy.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/changing-the-discipline-through-pedagogy/. [Accessed: April 15, 2024]

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