Conversations

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Are Would-Be Planners and Engineers on Board with Transportation Reform?

The Streetsblog podcast The Brake speaks with CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein about a new survey he coconducted that explores the policy preferences of various stakeholders who shape America’s transportation system.


Saturday, June 11, 2022

Cornell Reunion Olin Lecture with Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '99)

View this year's recorded Olin Lecture event with Olalekan Jeyifous (B.Arch. '99).


Friday, June 10, 2022

Rubacha Featured Speakers Lecture Series: Talks with Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) and Shelly Silver (B.F.A. '80)

Watch this year's Rubacha Featured Speakers event with talks by Peter Eisenman (B.Arch. '54) and Shelly Silver (B.F.A. '80).


Tuesday, May 24, 2022

All Things Equal: Sculpture Shoppe Exhibit

WHCU's All Things Equal podcast speaks with Sculpture Shoppe cocurator David Nasca (M.F.A. '22) about an exhibition mixing contemporary and ancient sculpture on display at the Ithaca Mall.


Friday, May 13, 2022

AAP Building the Future

Architecture at 150 | Art at 100: View this recorded discussion of foundations, decades of evolution, and the future of architecture and art education at AAP. 


Tuesday, May 10, 2022

The Brake: Why Sustainable Transportation Advocates Need to Talk About Zoning

The Brake podcast speaks with CRP Professor Sara Bronin about the National Zoning Atlas, people-centered transportation, walkable neighborhoods, and the impact of parking codes.


Friday, April 29, 2022

Sergio Montero: Urban Experiments at the Legal Frontier: Planning and the Politics of Participation in Bogotá, Colombia

View a recorded presentation by Sergio Montero exploring how a rise in legal action around urban policy and planning in Bogotá is impacting the city.


Friday, April 22, 2022

Luis Aguirre-Torres: Ithaca Net Zero 2030 Strategy: A Blueprint For City-Wide Decarbonization

View this recorded talk with Dr. Luis Aguirre-Torres discussing Ithaca's plans and challenges as it prepares to be the first city to commit to full decarbonization of its buildings by 2030.


Friday, March 25, 2022

Joe Muturi and Charity Mumbi: Community Centered Slum Upgrading: Lessons from Mukuru Special Planning Area Project, Nairobi

View this recorded CRP lecture with Joe Muturi, sharing lessons of the Mukuru Special Planning Area (SPA) Project on community centered slum upgrading.


Friday, March 11, 2022

Nora Libertun de Duren: 3x3x3–Myths, Challenges, and Opportunities for Inclusive Cities in the Global South

View a recorded talk with Nora Libertun de Duren on 3 myths, 3 challenges, and 3 opportunities to better understand slums and policies affecting inequity in cities.


Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Preston Thomas Memorial Symposium: Breaking Ground(s)

Architecture at 150: Leading scholars and designers examine the interconnectedness of architecture with global ecologies, cultures, and future trajectories.


Tuesday, March 8, 2022

But Next Time: "Toward the Fire"

Assistant Professor Linda Shi, CRP, featured in the latest episode of "But Next Time" a limited-run podcast that spotlights powerful stories of community-led disaster prevention and recovery.


Monday, February 14, 2022

The Road Ahead for Automated Vehicles

Video and transcript: on Feb. 2, Nico Larco (B.Arch. '96) gave a presentation in a Congressional hearing on the future of transportation and automated vehicles. Larco directs the Urbanism NextCenter.


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Tracing the Spectacular Growth of New York City

Professor Thomas Campanella, CRP, moderates a conversation between filmmakers Ric Burns and James Sanders, authors of New York: An Illustrated History for the National Arts Club.


Friday, December 3, 2021

Dayna Cunningham: The Imperative of Knowledge Cocreation with Communities

View this recorded talk with Dayna Cunningham discussing Participatory Action Research enabling communities to examine and address consequential societal problems.


Friday, November 12, 2021

Akira Drake Rodriguez: Diverging Space for Deviants: The Politics of Atlanta's Public Housing

In this recorded lecture, Akira Drake Rodriguez examines the historical role of public housing in working-class politics & how the loss of tenant associations has deepened inequities.


Friday, November 5, 2021

Franck Daphnis: A Planner's Pathway to a Career in International Development: Key Trends and What You Need in Your Toolbox

Watch Franck Daphnis as he aims to provide planning students interested in pursuing careers in international development with an overview of trends in the field.


Friday, October 29, 2021

Lyndsey Deaton: No Place to Play? Studies of How Adolescents Use Public Space in Dispossessed Communities

View this talk with Lyndsey Deaton, investigating the spatialities of neoliberal dispossession through childrens' use of public space.


Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Talking Headways Podcast: How Partisanship Influences Transportation Reform

From StreetsBlog USA, CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas J. Klein talks about his recent viral paper "Political Partisanship and Transportation Reform" published in the Journal of the American Planning Association.


Friday, October 15, 2021

Manal Aboelata: Changing the Landscape: People, Parks, and Power

View this recording of Manal Aboelata, sharing ways past public health successes can be applied to efforts in ensuring low-income urban communities are fair, just, and green.


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