Organization profile

Organization profile

The project is a multifaceted investigation and mapping of the conditions that make it possible for women and girls of color to stand up in resistance to structural violence, and the kind of healing that becomes possible in such situations. It will also archive the narrative and embodied responses of girls and women across multiple media so that (a) we can inquire into how such research might shape the disciplines in which we work, and (b) we can build on this project in collaboration with other communities and organizations. Art of Healing brings together perspectives from Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies; Psychiatry and Family Medicine; Dance; Communication Studies; Interior Design; and Social Work to produce an embodied, social justice agenda for research—focused on how healing and resistance is fostered and sustained by women and girls from global and U.S. communities of color.

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low income housing Earth & Environmental Sciences
Nigeria Social Sciences
low income Social Sciences
housing Social Sciences
paradigm Social Sciences
income Earth & Environmental Sciences
top-down approach Earth & Environmental Sciences
outskirts Social Sciences

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Research Output 2017 2017

1 Citation (Scopus)

The yoruba vernacular as a paradigm for low-income housing: Lessons from ogbere, ibadan, Nigeria

Jaiyeoba, B. E., Asojo, A. & Amole, B., Jan 1 2017, In : Archnet-IJAR. 11, 1, p. 101-118 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journal › Article

low income housing
Nigeria
low income
housing
paradigm