Simulizi Mijini / Urban Narratives: Reconfiguring Urban Heritage from Below
Urban Heritage: What is it? Whose is it? Who defines it?
Urithi m’jini: Ni nini? Wa nani? Nani anafafanua?
How can it build inclusive cities?
Urithi m’jini unawezaje kujenga miji shirikishi?
The Dar Centre for Architectural Heritage (DARCH) in collaboration with the Technical University Berlin and the Architects Association of Tanzania have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the International Symposium Simulizi Mijini / Urban Narratives. We will present international examples of inclusive heritage practices and discuss their relevance for the context of Dar es Salaam.
– Yasar Adanali (Reclaim Istanbul, Istanbul)
– Comfort Badaru (ANZA magazine, Dar es Salaam)
– Anne Katrin Fenz (MOD Institute, Bengaluru)
– Antoni Folkers, Marie Morel, Iga Perzyna (African Architecture Matters, Zanzibar)
– Iain Jackson (Envisioning the Indian City, Liverpool School of Architecture)
– Muhammad Juma (Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Zanzibar)
– Johan Lagae (European Architecture Beyond Europe, Ghent University)
– Hannah Le Roux (University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg)
– Joy Mboya (GoDown Arts Center, Nairobi)
– Deoagratias Minja (Tandale Community Mapping, Dar es Salaam)
– Philipp Misselwitz (Habitat Unit, Berlin)
– Aida Mulokozi, Annika Seifert (DARCH, Dar es Salaam)
Curated by Diane Barbé & Rachel Lee
We will be delighted to welcome you to the event! Free Admission. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 1, 2016
9 am – 5 pm
The British Council
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
The event is part of the Habitat Unit research projects Simulizi Mijini / Urban Narratives and DARCH! Dar es Salaam Centre for Architectural Heritage. For information about the ongoing research process and results please visit urbannarratives.org.