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Honoure Black


PhD Candidate in Design and Planning

Honoure Black is settler woman living in Winnipeg, Treaty One Territory. She is a PhD Candidate in Design and Planning at the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture and a 2021-2024 SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship recipient for her research. Her dissertation is currently titled: Insurgent Public Art, Decolonizing Settler Colonial Urban Space in Winnipeg, Treaty One. Honoure is also a sessional instructor for both the School of Art and the Faculty of Architecture, often teaching courses in art history, landscape theory, and interdisciplinary research methods. She is a mother to two young daughters and a loving partner. In her spare time, Honoure loves to garden, camp, and hike with her family.

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