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Creative and Critical Practices

Miatta Kawinzi Illuminates Spaces of Connection and Possibility Across Place, Space, and Time

Lineage, cultural hybridity and multiplicity, the liberatory and regenerative potential of softness, and the deep and steady yearning for the reparative are fundamental to the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts.

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Lecture

Rafi Segal: Architecture as Dialogue, September 29

Join this Glanzer-Curtis Family Lecture with Rafi Segal as he discusses architecture that is shaped by dialogue to confront conventions and inspire change.

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Lecture

Miatta Kawinzi: Notes on Possibility, September 30

Join us for a lecture by Miatta Kawinzi, the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts. Kawinzi's work explores hybridity within the African Diaspora and the re-imagining of the self, identity, and culture through abstraction and poetics.

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Urbanism and Development

ACHP Chairman Nominee Sara Bronin Takes Step Forward in Confirmation Process

In a Senate committee hearing, CRP Professor Sara Bronin pledged support for disaster recovery response to historic places, private investment in preservation, and the Tribal Historic Preservation Offices and Native Hawaiian organizations.

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Urbanism and Development

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Pedestrian Mall

Associate Professor of Planning Stephan Schmidt's op-ed in Bloomberg looks at successful and resilient pedestrian malls built in the 60's and 70's and finds lessons that urban planners can implement now.

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Urbanism and Development

Long Commutes, Home Crowding Tied to COVID Transmission

The Cornell Chronicle details a study coauthored by architecture's Timur Dogan on how the built environment influences coronavirus propagation in urban settings by identifying predictors and sustainable mitigations for virus spread.

Three blue chairs sitting in front of a projected image on the wall.
Creative and Critical Practices

Miatta Kawinzi Illuminates Spaces of Connection and Possibility Across Place, Space, and Time

Lineage, cultural hybridity and multiplicity, the liberatory and regenerative potential of softness, and the deep and steady yearning for the reparative are fundamental to the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts.

Black text on a purple background with chairs and hands and water.
Lecture

Miatta Kawinzi: Notes on Possibility, September 30

Join us for a lecture by Miatta Kawinzi, the fall 2021 Teiger Mentor in the Arts. Kawinzi's work explores hybridity within the African Diaspora and the re-imagining of the self, identity, and culture through abstraction and poetics.

A pedestrian mall with trees and people between storefronts.
Urbanism and Development

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Pedestrian Mall

Associate Professor of Planning Stephan Schmidt's op-ed in Bloomberg looks at successful and resilient pedestrian malls built in the 60's and 70's and finds lessons that urban planners can implement now.

Black text on a beige background with an image in the center.
Lecture

Rafi Segal: Architecture as Dialogue, September 29

Join this Glanzer-Curtis Family Lecture with Rafi Segal as he discusses architecture that is shaped by dialogue to confront conventions and inspire change.

People seated in a conference room with wood-paneled walls.
Urbanism and Development

ACHP Chairman Nominee Sara Bronin Takes Step Forward in Confirmation Process

In a Senate committee hearing, CRP Professor Sara Bronin pledged support for disaster recovery response to historic places, private investment in preservation, and the Tribal Historic Preservation Offices and Native Hawaiian organizations.

A congested city with trains, cars, and people surrounded by buildings.
Urbanism and Development

Long Commutes, Home Crowding Tied to COVID Transmission

The Cornell Chronicle details a study coauthored by architecture's Timur Dogan on how the built environment influences coronavirus propagation in urban settings by identifying predictors and sustainable mitigations for virus spread.

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