Update you browser

For the best experience, we recommend you update your browser. Visit our accessibility page for a list of supported browsers. Alternatively, you can continue using your current browser by closing this message.

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

Charlotte currently leads the theory component of RCA's MA City Design course and curates the School of Architecture's Public Lecture Series.

Entitled 'Embodied Knowledges and Urban Struggles', City Design's theory course looks at Marxist-Feminist, Abolitionist, Post- and Decolonial Thought as-seen by and through political organisation. Exploring the intersecting conditions, perspectives and subjectivities that shape our environments, atmospheres and horizons, the course aims to develop critical solidarity frameworks that are capable of actively supporting the sites, subjects and agents of emancipatory change - namely, the MA’s studio focus on Palestine and migrant passages in the Alps - while remaining mindful both the affordances and limitations of institutionalised knowledge production across the sociospatial disciplines. 

Charlotte also teaches theory for MA Environmental Architecture, with a similar approach to ecological issues, mutual aid / kinship structures and the Green- and Red New Deals as-manifest through movements for climate justice.

Through the RCA SoA Public Lecture Series, Charlotte has brought a range of thinkers, practitioners and discourses together under the themes of Reposession (21–22) and Separation//Reparation (22–23), including Fred Moten and Stefano Harney, Eyal Weizman, Tonika Johnson, Marco Armiero, Jonas Staal and the revolutionary University of Rojava, among others.

Key details

School, Centre or Area