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EES Geography Colloquia, Spring 2021 Schedule

EES Geography Colloquia, Spring 2021 All talks on Thursday 4:15-6:15 except as noted 4 February Shae Frydenlund “Securitization, Surplus Populations, and Labor Frontier- Making in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia” WEDNESDAY 17 February Sharon Zukin in conversation with Michael Storper about Zukin’s new book, The Innovation Complex: Cities, Tech, and the New Economy 18 March Nandini Bagchee …

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“Securitization, Surplus Populations, and Labor Frontier-Making in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia” with Dr. Shae Frydenlund

GEOS Earth and Environmental Sciences Doctoral Program Presents a Lecture by Dr. Shae Frydenlund University of Pennsylvania  “Securitization, Surplus Populations, and Labor Frontier-Making in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia” Articulating intimate geopolitics with a world-ecology approach, I examine how the labor of Rohingya refugees – a ‘relative surplus population’ – is selectively reincorporated into capitalist circuits, and …

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Faculty Dr. Gordon-Nembhard on Collective Courage is the New Normal

Dr. Jessica Gordon-Nembhard is the author of Collective Courage: A History of African-American Economic Thought and Practice, which chronicles the long history of economic cooperation in African-American communities. On May 30, 2020 she gave the keynote address at the Thinking, Learning and Doing in the New Normal Summit with KHEPRW! Learn more and watch more …

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PSRG FEB 5 at 12ET presentations from Carmen Pérez del Pulgar and Galia Shokry from the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability

Public Space Research Group Friday Feb 5th at noon ET Carmen Pérez del Pulgar and Galia Shokry from the Barcelona Lab for Urban Environmental Justice and Sustainability You must register in advance for this meeting: https://gc-cuny.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpdO2hqjsoGNdpLqFs0u3cTrKG1Yo7R-CO

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

The Public Space Research Group Hosts: 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 …

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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 …

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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

Please click here for the full Fall 2019 Course Schedule!

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