Following last year's Toward Racial Justice lecture series, which confronted percolating social issues head on, our 2021-22 public programs will continue to address the significance of such themes from vantage points informed by the socio-spatial disruption of the last few years. Whether offered in the form of a postscript, an aside, or even a look askance, the sideways view offered by our program will critically reflect on what might appear to be the status quo.
Please note in-person or virtual status of events
AIA and AICP continuing education credits pending
Stay tuned as additional event details are added!
Information on accessibility and accommodations can be found at ap.buffalo.edu/visitor-info
The public lecture series of the School of Architecture and Planning is supported by the following individuals and companies: AIA Buffalo/WNY | Lori Duckstein | Viviane Jammal | Will and Nan Clarkson | Kelly Hayes McAlonie | UB Confucius Institute | UB Department of Architecture | UB Department of Urban and Regional Planning | UB Food Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab | Upstate NY Chapter of the American Planning Association