10/2 CSPEP Colloquium with Christopher Bonastia

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


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!


Welcome Back!

Welcome back! We look forward to seeing you at our first CSPEP Brown Bag meeting on Wednesday, August 28th in the “Hub” (6304.01). Our agenda includes introductions, program updates, announcements of upcoming events, and a group photo. We are looking forward to learning about your summer and getting the semester started!

Fall 2019 Course Schedule

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EP Day May 15th!

See you there! 🙂

EP DAY 2019

Please click here for the Environmental Psychology Presentation Day 2019 Schedule


Please join us for Environmental Psychology Day 2019!

New Futures Initiative Course offered by EP Faculty Tarry Hum

Environmental Psychology Faculty Member Tarry Hum is offering a new course in Fall 2019!

Class Registration has begun! Enroll now!

This course is offered by the Futures Initiative!

Voices of the City: accessibility, reciprocity, and self-representation in place-based community research
[Thursdays, 2:00pm – 4:00pm | CRN: IDS 81620]
  • Tarry Hum (Queens College and The Graduate Center, Environmental Psychology)
  • Prithi Kanakamedala (Bronx Community College, History)
  • Also listed in Psychology, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Sociology, History, and Women’s & Gender Studies
Scholars active in place-based or participatory action research are committed to documenting community narratives and neighborhoods. It is central to our work, rooted in social justice, that these communities are not just represented, but that they have equitable stake in the project. Yet practitioners across the city struggle with core issues of accessibility, reciprocity, self-representation, and equity within the communities they work with. Who do place-based researchers represent, and does our work empower communities to tell their own stories? What histories do we contest and perpetuate with this work? And, who gets to participate? This interdisciplinary course combines best or effective practices in Public History, Oral History, and Urban Planning to consider a number of projects in New York City that seek to document communities and narratives about the city that are not traditionally represented.

Brown Bag: Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani

Please join us for the next brown bag on Wed. May 1st at 11.45am, at
which Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, an alum of EP, will be speaking about
her new book, Contested City: Art and Public History as Mediation at
New York’s Seward Park Urban Renewal Area, which was recently
published in January 2019.

To learn more about her new book, there is an interesting interview
with her in the following podcast –

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