What makes me tick: Patience Mususa on architecture, people, and stories
We've asked NAI scholars why they chose a career as a researcher and what motivates them in their work. Patience Mususa talks about how an architect's perception of the world led to social anthropology and the importance of people’s own stories in an unequal world.
This is the first in our interview series on NAI researchers and their career choices. Next up is Cristiano Lanzano.