Jennifer Mack is a Pro Futura Scientia Fellow at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study as well as Associate Professor in Theory and History of Architecture and Docent in Architecture at KTH Stockholm. Mack’s work links architectural history with anthropology to investigate questions of equality, power, and ecology. Her current research emphasizes histories of toxicity, stigma, and privatization in connection with ongoing renovations and demolitions of modernist suburbs in Denmark and Sweden.
Keywords: religion public space urban planning sustainable development migration architecture landscape architecture urban gardening
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