In this episode, I speak with Rebekah Coffman, a historian and curator based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has worked in various cross-sections of religious, educational, arts, and history-based spaces. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Religion and a Master of Arts in Historical and Sustainable Architecture.
Religious identity is changing rapidly in the west. As eastern-influenced traditions embed themselves in increasingly cosmopolitan regions, orthodoxy comes into question. Can orthodoxy become redefined through architecture?
Join me in this deep, unapologetic and powerful discussion with historian Rebekah Coffman as we uncover the hidden potential of architecture to define a new religious identity.