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Igor Marjanović

Jay Cephas, Igor Marjanović & Ana Miljački

The Journal of Architectural Education is a peer-reviewed international journal published by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and has been the primary venue for research on architectural education since 1947. It is a platform for architectural educators, scholars, designers, writers, and organizers committed to the ongoing transformation of architectural education and the culture of architectural research toward an inclusive, just, and sustainable future.


The broken world at issue here reflects many intersecting and overlapping worlds. Rejecting the “one-world” extractivism that renders null many worlds by condensing them into the singular, we instead follow Indigenous studies scholars Marisol de la Cadena and Mario Blaser who offer the “pluriverse” as an important analytic to navigate the tension between “the scholarly and political recognition of the ecological crisis that threatens to eradicate life on the planet and the obstinate demands for existence presented by worlds whose disappearance was assumed from the outset of the Anthropocene.” The “world” in the title of this issue of JAE thus includes the planetary as it refers to the intersections between the many worlds of the pluriverse. 

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