Recent Graduate Michael Kahn Presents Thesis in Australia

David Armentor

Jul 25, 2013 In June 2013, Michael Kahn (TSA, SLA ’13) presented a paper, “Reincorporating Redfern: Remediating Colonial Planning and its Effects on Indigenous Populations” at “Architecture at the Ragged Edge of Empire: Race, Place, Taste and the Colonial Context,” a symposium hosted by the Centre for Architecture Theory Criticism History (ATCH) of the University of Queensland in Australia. The paper, excerpted from Kahn’s Honors thesis for his Master of Architecture and BA in History, was the sole paper selected from the United States, and it introduced Tulane to many in the Australian academic community. While in Australia, Kahn met with Aboriginal community members, government leaders, and architectural academics and practitioners to discuss further development of his proposal.
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