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Thursday, April 9 • 1:30pm - 2:55pm
TH1.30.10 Obsolescence and Reappropriation in Urban Space

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Moderator: Bethany Welch, Aquinas Center

Architecture and Affect: Diasporic Avatars Remake the Urban Imaginary in Metro Phoenix
Kristin Koptiuch, Arizona State University

Sanctuaries along Streets: The Spatial Appropriations of Storefront Churches in a Central City Neighborhood
Asha Kutty, University of Missouri, Columbia

Interstate Migrations Obsolescence, Adaptation, and the Globalization of the Dead Mall
Gregory Marinic, University of Houston, College of Architecture

Presenters
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Kristin Koptiuch

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Arizona State University-West campus
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Asha Kutty

University of Missouri, Columbia
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Gregory Marinic

University of Houston, College of Architecture

Moderators
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Bethany Welch

Director, Aquinas Center
Dr. Bethany Welch is the founding director of Aquinas Center in Philadelphia as well as a nonprofit management and evaluation consultant. The center is housed in a former convent re-purposed as a space to foster mutual support and shared understanding on the grounds of a diverse, inner city Catholic parish. Parishioners and guests come together to practice hospitality, promote education, and engage in service. The project is a direct result of... Read More →

Thursday April 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:55pm
Crandon (lobby level)