Jodi Rios is a scholar, designer, and educator whose work is located at the intersection of physical, social, and political space. Her research studies processes of racialization and dehumanization, and the ways by which differentiated rights and degrees of citizenship are produced and policed in and through space, with a focus on US cities. Jodi's work draws from multiple disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, law, geography, and design, and is grounded in queer and Black studies. She holds an interdisciplinary PhD in Visual and Narrative Culture and a Master of Architecture. 


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