Who Designs The Camp? The Spatial Reproduction Of Refugee Camps
This research project examines the way refugees rearrange their public and private spaces inside the camp after being settled into the camp. Spatial and social self-organization represent the spatial and social (re)production of the built environment in planned refugee camps. The study uses the term (re)production because even though residents are producing spaces anew, they also may be reproducing memories of spaces from the homes they had to leave. More precisely, this project examines both the spatial (re)production and reconfiguration of the camp’s built environment as residents move into/out of/within the camp, as well as the social interpretation of spatial (re)production.
|Who Designs The Camp? The Spatial Reproduction Of Refugee Camps
|CC BY-NC 4.0 (Attribution-NonCommercial)
|November 28, 2022
|March 28, 2023