Conversations

Friday, November 18, 2022

Transit Tech: Realities and Possibilities for Serving Our Cities

View this discussion of how transit technology companies have changed the urban mobility landscape.


Friday, November 11, 2022

Zakhary Mallett: Inequitable Inefficiency: A Case Study of Rail Transit Fare Policies

View this recorded lecture of the inaugural Strauch Fellow in the Department of City and Regional Planning exploring cost recovery across two rail systems — BART and MARTA. 


Friday, October 28, 2022

Kirk Goodrich: Transformative Development: A New Lens to Evaluate the Impact of Real Estate Projects

View this presentation focused on three historic preservation projects in Harlem, New York, that became anchor institutions that transformed neighborhood revitalization.  


Thursday, October 27, 2022

A Look into Connecticut's History of Housing Segregation

In an interview with Connecticut Public Radio's Where We Live, CRP Professor Sara Bronin discusses her efforts to create a national zoning atlas at Cornell's Legal Constructs Lab and how recent legislative reforms in Connecticut factor.


Friday, October 21, 2022

Between Worlds Lecture: The Life and Work of Joseph Allen Stein in the U.S. and India

Hear reflections from his son David Stein and CRP Associate Professor Jeffrey M. Chusid, who is working on a book about the architect.


Friday, October 14, 2022

Being Property Once Myself (Part 1): Universe City NYC Ecologies

Architecture Assistant Professor Peter Robinson and his studio students, together with their community partner Universe City, present an evening of exhibitions, workshops, and discussions.


Friday, October 14, 2022

A New Wilderness: Freshkills

View this recorded talk by New York-based architectural and landscape photographer Jade Doskow exploring her work and previous exhibition.


Tuesday, October 11, 2022

The Case for Zoning Reform

Sprawlcast speaks with CRP Professor Sara Bronin about why zoning matters and how to better understand how it affects our lives — socially, economically, and environmentally.


Friday, September 30, 2022

Kim Wheeler: Reality-Based Planning in Rural America

Using examples from Central Pennsylvania, listen to Kim Wheeler explore how to best create implementable plans that achieve lasting impact on the economy and quality of life in the small towns and rural regions of America.


Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Key to the City: Toward a More Inclusive Form of Public Monument

Art Chair Paul Ramírez Jonas offers a deeper look into his public art project, presented in Birmingham and New York City, during a keynote hosted by eCornell.


Friday, September 23, 2022

Gender and Planning Panel

Watch this recorded panel examining the role of planning in creating and maintaining gender divides in urban spaces in the United States.


Friday, September 16, 2022

Thomas Campanella: Mosaic Roads

Hear CRP Professor Thomas J. Campanella speak about Brooklyn highways and the long shadow of Robert Moses.


Friday, September 9, 2022

Wilbard Kombe: Institutional Reforms for Urban Land Use Planning and Management in Sub-Sahara Africa: Evidences, Gaps, and Prospects

Watch a recorded lecture reviewing the dramatic changes currently transforming cities in Sub-Sahara Africa largely driven by unprecedented urbanization, the private real estate sector, and unfettered land markets.


Friday, September 2, 2022

Anant Maringanti: The Hyderabad Urban Lab: Exploring an Alternate Mode of Practice

A recorded conversation between CRP Professor Neema Kudva and Anant Maringanti, Director of Hyderabad Urban Lab, a multi-disciplinary research center.


Friday, August 19, 2022

UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies "Spreading the Gospel of Induced Demand" Interview

Seth Reichert, a UCLA M.U.R.P. student, interviews CRP Assistant Professor Nicholas Klein and others about traffic congestion and induced demand.


Tuesday, August 16, 2022

The Circulars Podcast featuring Marta Wisniewska

In this episode of The Circulars, Frederik Schumacher talks with Architecture Lecturer Marta Wisniewska about her journey, her teaching, and the ways in which architects can and should react to issues through science and experimentation.


Thursday, July 28, 2022

J. Meejin Yoon: What's the Matter?

AAP Dean J. Meejin Yoon delivered this address to the Architectural League during which she took stock of the present moment, focusing on research, the environment, and institutions, to delve into what matters and how architects can create it.


Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Chats in the Stacks: Jonathan Ochshorn's Building Bad

In a live, virtual Chats in the Stacks talk, Ochshorn discusses his latest book which examines how utilitarian function in architecture can be thwarted by political and economic forces and undermined by artistic expression.


Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Intertwined Histories: A Conversation about Open Architectures with Esra Akcan

Akcan discusses her book Open Architecture (2018), which explores the urban renewal implemented in the late 1980s in Berlin's Kreuzberg borough while investigating broader architectural and social implications.


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.


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