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Charlotte works on the sociospatial dimensions of insurgency, identity, labour, logistics, empire, capital and the market.

Charlotte runs the theory module for MA City Design, Embodied Knowledge and Urban Struggle. The module explores the social and spatial dimensions of Marxist-Feminist, Post- and Decolonial thought, by looking at how these ideas are developed with and through grassroots political organisations. The module builds understanding on the intersecting conditions, perspectives and strategies that make up these struggles to develop situated approaches and frameworks for engagements with the MA's sites and subjects of research, namely those organising across Palestine and along migrant passages in Europe.

Charlotte has also taught theory for MA Environmental Architecture, fostering a similar methodological approach to ecological struggles, including mutual aid, environmental stewardship structures and decolonial New Deals.

She also curates the RCA SoA’s Public Lecture Series, bringing a range of speakers and discourses together under the themes of Reposession (21-22), Separation//Reparation (22-23) and Ascensions (23-24).

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