Coloured Places and Pigmented Holidays: Racialized Leisure Travel

By Perry L. Carter Perry Carter addresses race, space and leisure travel in this article. He discusses the differences between African-American and White travel behavior while challenging existing theoretical explanations for these differences. This work aims to extend previous research on racialized leisure through utilizing a multi-method, multiple data sources approach to illustrate and then…

Architecture in the Age of Accessibility

By D. W. Dunlap An older article that provides a quick overview into incorporating more accessibility in architecture. While not directly focused on SCA-type buildings, there is some useful and insightful information about how architecture can be more accessible. Dunlap, D. W.  “Architecture in the Age of Accessibility,” The New York Times, June 1, 1997.