Amber recently sat down with fellow UVA architecture alum and preservationist Nakita Reed for an conversation on Reed’s podcast, Tangible Remnants. The podcast explores the interconnectedness of architecture, historic preservation, sustainability, race & gender.
The conversation covered Amber’s travels to Mexico, Guatemala, Ghana, Ethiopia, India and Vietnam through the H. Allen Brooks Fellowship sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians. The topic was A Sense of Place, reminisces about traveling through these countries as a Black woman, and the deep history of sites like Tlatelolco in Mexico City, and the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City.
To listen to the podcast, click here.