PlaceKnowing and Rematriation: Indigenous Design and Planning
Dr. Theodore (Ted) Jojola, PhD is a Distinguished Professor and Regents’ Professor in the Community & Regional Planning Program, School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico, where he had founded and directs the Indigenous Design and Planning Institute. An enrolled member of the Pueblo of
Isleta, Dr. Jojola has widely published on Indigenous community development, education, planning and architecture.
For example, he has co-edited How It Is: The Native American Philosophy of V.F. Cordova (2007) and Reclaiming Indigenous Planning (2013). He is currently working on Contemporary Indigenous Architecture: Local Traditions, Global Winds (University of New Mexico Press) as well developing a new treatise on the fundamentals of Indigenous Planning.