Jackson Chabot & Isil Akgul present: Cool Streets: Placemaking in Response to COVID-19, Climate Change, and Systemic Racism on Nov. 19 at 12pET.

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Jackson Chabot & Isil Akgul present: Cool Streets: Placemaking in Response to COVID-19, Climate Change, and Systemic Racism on Nov. 19 at 12pET.

November 19 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

 

“FIRST GENERATION AFRICAN AMERICAN PLANNERS AND THE CITY”

“FIRST GENERATION AFRICAN AMERICAN PLANNERS AND THE CITY”

ARC SEMINAR PRESENTATION WITH

JEFFREY LOWE

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of URBAN PLANNING

and  ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

TEXAS SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29

4:00 – 5:30

Urban Planning in the U.S. emerged during progressive era.  However, it was decades later before the first African American earned the professional degree in the discipline.  Since then, the number of African American planners has remained small relative to the percentage of the U.S. Black population.  Based upon research in progress, this presentation highlights the experiences of the African American planner and their efforts towards racial inclusion, social justice, and diversity through affinity groups. 

Click here for the full poster! 

Register at: https://tinyurl.com/ARC-Seminars

Instructions: Once you click on the above link, a registration web page will appear. You then enter your name, and your email address. Click register. An individualized link  to you will be generated, and will also be sent to the email address you provided.

or at:

https://gc-cuny.zoom.us/w/91044463290?tk=kJ0qci2RRIoDBZO965VKUPYVmPLja3J8tV-UM-rVKbE.DQIAAAAVMqxCuhZXOUM2Q0dXTVNYdTg1X2FZRFdwQU9BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Alumni Update: Deshonay Dozier, PhD ’19

Deshonay Dozier, PhD ’19

Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
California State University, Long Beach

Dr. Deshonay Dozier completed a Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology at the City University of New York, and in Fall 2019 started a job as Assistant Professor at California State University, Long Beach. Dr. Dozier brings to the Department of Geography teaching and research expertise in the fields of critical race and gender studies, Black studies, carceral geographies, urban planning and policy, cultural geography, and social movement studies.

Deeply indebted to the possibility and foreclosure of freedom dreams, Dr. Dozier is preparing a book manuscript entitled, Contested Development:  A Poor People’s Movement for a Better Los Angeles, 1960-2020Contested Development narrates how poor people abolish the penal organization of their lives by reducing policing and creating livable communities in Downtown Los Angeles. A portion of this work is published in the International Journal for Urban and Regional Research. Dr. Dozier’s next project examines how Black women artists produce collective and imaginative praxis of land and space.

Publications

Dozier, D. (2019) Contested Development: Homeless Property, Police Reform, and Resistance, 1998-2015. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 43(1), 179-194.

Hackett, K. Saegert, S., Dozier, D., & Marinova, M. (2018) Community land trusts: releasing possible selves through stable affordable housing, Housing Studies, 1-25.

 

02/19 Critical Colloquium — When Your Life Becomes ABD: A conversation with three EP PhD candidates

When Your Life Becomes ABD

A conversation with three EP PhD candidates, each at different stages of the process, about navigating research, data and writing.

11/20 CSP/EP Colloquium with Dr. Soniya Munshi

Genealogies of Public Health: Domestic Violence, Migrant Survivors, and Citizenship Logics

11/6 CSP/EP Colloquium with Dr. Ariana Mangual Figueroa

Dr. Ariana Mangual Figueroa (Associate Professor Urban Education & Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures (LAILAC)):

“I don’t want to sound racist,…”: Latina elementary-aged children’s expressions of metapragmatic awareness during everyday classroom conversations”

 

10/2 CSPEP Colloquium with Christopher Bonastia

Click here for full details

Sept. 25 – Seminar on Systems of Oppression and Inquires for Resistance

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New CSPEP Critical Cluster Colloquium Series

It has been brought to the attention of the BB committee that in fact “brown bag” has a racist history and connotation and we will from now on be using the term colloquium instead.

Thank you all for your understanding as we collectively begin referring to our CRITICAL CLUSTER FALL 2019 COLLOQUIUM SERIES.

Please Click Here for the PDF of the Schedule!

Audrey Elisa Kerr. (2005). The Paper Bag Principle: Of the Myth and the Motion of Colorism. The Journal of American Folklore, 118(469), 271-289. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org.ezproxy.gc.cuny.edu/stable/4137914

CSPEP Colloquium with EP Todd Levon Brown

Come out to see EP Todd Levon Brown!

 

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