- Research Interests/Specializations
Design processes, the appropriation of spaces, methods of representation, architecture as an archive, design genealogies, Mexican identity, mestizaje, cultural landscape studies, critical race theories, women and gender studies.
- MS, University of California, Berkeley
- B.Arch, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City
- Selected Publications
- 2019 Osorio Harp, T. (2018), ‘Is forensic architecture the new muralism of the Mexican state? A reflection on racialized violence and the construction of Mexican identity’, Journal of Urban Cultural Studies, 5:3, pp. 371-80.