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Our Voices II : The DE-colonial Project

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  • Author:
    O-BRIEN Kevin / STEWART Patrick
  • ISBN:
    9781943532568
  • Publication Date:
    12/04/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    256
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    ORO Editions
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Our Voices II : The DE-colonial Project
Our Voices II : The DE-colonial Project

Our Voices II : The DE-colonial Project

Regular price $59.99
Unit price
per
  • Author:
    O-BRIEN Kevin / STEWART Patrick
  • ISBN:
    9781943532568
  • Publication Date:
    12/04/2021
  • Edition:
    1
  • Pages:
    256
  • Binding:
    Paperback
  • Publisher:
    ORO Editions
  • Country of Publication:
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The second international (including Australia, Canada, USA and New Zealand) architecture and design book written by an entirely indigenous authorship - Our Voices II: The DE-colonial Project will showcase decolonising projects which work to de-stable and disquiet colonial built environments. The land, towns, and cities on which we live have always been Indigenous places yet, for the most part our Indigenous value sets and identities have been disregarded or appropriated. Indigenous people continue to be gentrified out of the places to which they belong and neo-liberal systems work to continuously subjugate Indigenous involvement in decision-making processes in subtle, but potent ways. However, we are not, and have never been cultural dopes. Rather, we have, and continue to subvert the colonial value sets that overlay our places in important ways.