Adjunct Professor

Amina Lalor is a full-time researcher and coordinator for "Nokom’s House," a proposed Indigenous land-based research lab at the University of Guelph led by Indigenous scholars Dr. Kim Anderson, Dr. Sheri Longboat, and Dr. Brittany Luby. Amina holds a Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Waterloo where she was one of three co-founders of the student initiative Treaty Lands, Global Stories. Working from the perspective of a mixed settler, refugee, and Indigenous (Métis) designer, Amina’s continued research explores the meaning of practicing architecture "in a good way" on Indigenous lands within a violently imposed settler-colonial context. 

Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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