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MA Design Research, Writing and Criticism

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D-Crit explores the contexts and consequences of design.

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Chaos Agents: Work from the MA Class of 2024

Learn more about Chaos Agents the graduate thesis symposium on Instagram
At Chaos Agents: D-Crit Graduate Thesis Symposium, the Class of 2024 presented independent thesis research on a broad range of timely topics—Russian identity, museum protests, abortion access, synagogue security, Indonesian cultural exports, and queer domesticity–they investigated, unraveled, and celebrated the chaos agents of design in many forms.

Watch Chaos Agents: The D-Crit Class of 2024 Graduate Thesis Symposium

Celebrate our newly-minted MAs as they present independent thesis research on a broad range of timely topics— Russian identity, AI design tools, museum protests, abortion access, synagogue security, Indonesian cultural exports, and queer domesticity. In addition to student presentations, this evening's festivities will include the launch of the Class of 2024's publication "Chaos Agents," with contributions from D-Crit alumni and produced in collaboration with our publication-in-residence, New York Review of Architecture.

NYRA Residency

New York Review of Architecture is our new publication in residence!
NYRA is in residence!

We are pleased to announce a new publication residency with the New York Review of Architecture. In exchange for studio space in our department, NYRA’s editor Samuel Medina, deputy editor Marianela D'Aprile, and publisher Nicolas Kemper will lead a series of lunchtime workshops with our students, all about turning their work into pitch-able and publishable pieces!

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