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Jordan H. Carver

Jordan H. Carver is a writer, educator, and designer based in New York. He is a co-author of America Recovered (Actar, 2019) and author of Spaces of Disappearance: The Architecture of Extraordinary Rendition (UR, 2018). Jordan is the managing editor of Theory & Event, editor-at-large for the Avery Review, and a core member of Who Builds Your Architecture? He is currently a Henry M. MacCracken Doctoral Fellow in American Studies at New York University where he works on architecture, borders, and the construction of racial sovereignty.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4105‑5 Fall 2019
Urban Futures/Future Architectures USA 3.0
Arch wilson dylan denton fa19 1 claimedspace
Arch wilson dylan denton fa19 2 claimedspace
Arch wilson dylan denton fa19 3 claimedspace
Mabel O. Wilson, Jordan H. Carver Syllabus
FULL SEMESTER
0 Points
41437