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  1. Sep 2016
    1. But when you find out who you are, you have to move out or the tunnel will eat you up like it ate me up for several years. Like I say, I built everything up around the tunnel. Now I have to learn to build it around myself.”

      Kind of correlates to our built environment project. It is all about conforming those constructions around us to fit the way in which we see it

    2. relationship between concentration on space and search for social justice.

      parallels with David Fleming's argument about space in chapter 1, part two of City of Rhetoric

    3. proletariat

      definition: workers or working-class people, regarded collectively (often used with reference to Marxism)

    4. relationship between concentration on space and search for social justice.

      Interesting, what does space have to do with social justice?

    5. The homeless community’s complete involvement in home building is also the process of understanding that a home is not permanent, yet the act of constructing these homes can define a person through his or her creative response to instability.

      What is the parallel between a creative response and the feeling of homelessness?

    1. As white students, they felt disconnected from the historical details contained in the archives.


    2. Students assured me that they were inter-ested and passionate about other subjects that could also be studied in the ar-chives: campus architecture, other student organizations, or even important historical figures who contributed to campus life.

      X,Y, and Z

    3. However, the conclusions themselves were troubling in the ways they reflected my peda-gogy.

      Intro Element: however

    4. The papers them-selves were well-written, creative, and visually masterful.

      X,Y, and Z

    5. Others, meanwhile, were visibly disappointed

      S, , V

    6. During the next class, I once again announced that this focus would be our group's only task

      DC, IC

    7. They will care once again, and this care will lead to action

      IC, Fanboys, IC Brittany Sturner Natalia Melgarejo Alex Kommel Madison Shuler

    1. ibertarian paternalism

      definition: "Libertarian paternalism is the idea that it is both possible and legitimate for private and public institutions to affect behavior while also respecting freedom of choice, as well as the implementation of that idea." (Wikipedia)

    2. Exclusion through architecture should be subject to scru-tiny that is equal to that afforded to other methods of exclusion by law.

      emphasis on "should be," gives the reader insight into the author's personal opinion rather than stated fact

    3. However, many commu-nities lack sidewalks and crosswalks, making it difficult to cross the street or walk through a neighborhood. Sometimes this is intentional

      Racism intervened in government construction jobs as well as in normal every-day life. Government handles the construction of sidewalks and crosswalks, meaning they made a conscious decision to avoid building them in certain black communities

    4. “traffic logic”: the idea that planners and civil engineers prioritize the flow of pedestrians and traffic through a physical space, with a focus on civil engineer-ing, rather than prioritizing equal access to a physical space for all

      Semi-Colon adds emphasis on the fact that it is a definition the author is explaining.

    5. Equal Protection Clause,

      Equal Protection Clause: "The Equal Protection Clause is part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The clause, which took effect in 1868, provides that no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction "the equal protection of the laws"."

    6. Although the fence was finally removed in May 2014

      The fence wasn't removed until May of 2014?!