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Posted by  BRUTUS on November 07, 2002 at 12:27:28:

In Reply to:  Re: Racism in architecture posted by steve on November 07, 2002 at 10:13:36:

well I did point to a particular angle of architectural stereotyping....what about regionalism and radical patriotism in architectural thinking it equal to racism?

"class" architecture and social hierarchy is it racism?
what is the difference between beverly hills and harlem architecturally speaking

urbanism for cultures vs urbanism for sub-cutures?
what is socio-traditional motifs in architecture ?

hybrid urbanism,globalization in architectural thinking?

what is New Orleans for african americans,what does colonal architecture represents for native americans?

what is LA urbanwise ?
what is minority architecture,urbanism for ghetto and closed circuit systems
what is the meaning of collective memory?
what does militi]ary borders and electrified fences represent psychologically for both sides?,what is humilation at checking points?
what is racism?

racial sterotyping?

what is architecture?

....frankly,I'm not sure......

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