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Past Event
Monday, March 7
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Rice Architecture Society Workshop with Tania Leonor Gutiérrez Monroy

About the Event

Tania Leonor Gutiérrez Monroy, scholar-in-residence (Emerging Scholar Fellow), Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at the University of Houston, presents the workshop “Landscapes of Resistance: Architectural Practices of Indigenous Communities in Mexico” on Monday, March 7, at 12:00 p.m., as part of the Rice Architecture Society Event Series.

GutiérrezMonroy will present her in-person workshop in Farish Gallery, MD Anderson Hall. To livestream the event, please visit our YouTube page on the day and time of the lecture.

Tania Leonor Gutiérrez Monroy is an architectural historian who holds a Ph.D. in architecture from McGill University and is currently the Scholar-in-Residence (Emerging Scholar Fellow) at the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design, at the University of Houston. Her research interests include spatial negotiations of identity, ephemeral architectures during conflict, and landscapes of Indigenous resistance. Gutiérrez-Monroy received an Honors Bachelor of Architecture from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and a post-professional Master from McGill University. She has practiced as an architect in Mexico and has taught architectural history, theory, design, and research methods at the University of Houston, the University of British Columbia, Louisiana State University, and Université Laval.

Building Identities

Rice Architecture presents the spring edition of its annual lecture series, Building Identities, as a series of collective reflections and conversations that approach construction of physical structures as inseparable from the construction of human identities. Through a combination of talks, panel discussions, and student-led events, our spring programs aim to broaden our understanding of building construction and identity formation as two interrelated processes, seeking to close the gap between the social and the formal in the field of architecture and our world more broadly. Reflecting the pluralism of Houston as the most diverse city in the United States, Building Identities advances the agency of architecture in a new multicultural world. We believe this is an urgent theme for our school, our community, and our field at large.

All lectures are free and open to the public. Except for virtual events, all lectures will be held in Farish Gallery, MD Anderson Hall, Rice Architecture, unless otherwise noted, with a livestream available. For more information and to access the livestream links and virtual events registration page, visit Each lecture is available for one AIA/CES Learning Unit.

This lecture series is made possible through the generous support of the Llewelyn-Davies Sahni Fund for the Rice School of Architecture, the Betty R. and the George F. Pierce Jr., FAIA, Fund, the William B. Coleman Jr. Colloquium Fund for Architecture, the Wm. W. Caudill Lecture Series Fund, and Rice Design Alliance (RDA), the public programs and outreach arm of Rice Architecture.

Directions & Parking


Anderson Hall
Farish Gallery

United States