Tribal Housing, Codesign, and Cultural Sovereignty

@article{Edmunds2013TribalHC,
  title={Tribal Housing, Codesign, and Cultural Sovereignty},
  author={D. Edmunds and Ryan Shelby and A. James and L. Steele and M. Baker and Y. Perez and K. Tallbear},
  journal={Science, Technology, \& Human Values},
  year={2013},
  volume={38},
  pages={801 - 828}
}
The authors assess the collaboration between the University of California, Berkeley’s Community Assessment of Renewable Energy and Sustainability program and the Pinoleville Pomo Nation, a small Native American tribal nation in northern California. The collaboration focused on creating culturally inspired, environmentally sustainable housing for tribal citizens using a codesign methodology developed at the university. The housing design process is evaluated in terms of both its contribution to… Expand

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