NYRA in CONVERSATION: Architectures of Socialization and Control

On June 18, 2020, Amber Wiley and Joy Knoblauch discussed late 20th-century architectures of socialization and control, specifically the role of schools, prisons, and housing within the context of the current protests against racism and police brutality. The discussion was moderated by Dante Furioso, editor of the New York Review of Architecture. Amber spoke about Dunbar High School in Washington, DC, a 70s brutalist structure that was recently demolished and replaced, while Joy Knoblauch discussed  the relationship between environmental psychology and urban design and architecture.