International Studies in Planning Seminar Hosts Tom Angotti

Tom Angotti

Tom Angotti. AAP / William Staffeld

March 1, 2014

On February 28, the International Studies in Planning (ISP) Seminar Series hosted Tom Angotti, professor of urban affairs and planning at Hunter College and City University of New York. Agnotti delivered a lecture titled, "New York City's Bill de Blasio: Progressive Housing and Planning Alternatives to Bloomberg's Luxury City?" Angotti spoke about his expectations for the de Blasio administration, particularly related to affordable housing. CRP Professor Emeritus William Goldsmith introduced Angotti, calling him a man "with many careers packed into one." Angotti, who has taught at both Cornell in Rome and AAP NYC, is engaged in community and environmental justice issues in New York City and currently serves as coeditor of Progressive Planning magazine.

The ISP Seminar Series brings speakers from around the world to discuss planning from an international perspective, focusing on urban, regional, and international development processes and their implications for people's lives and livelihoods in diverse contexts. The seminar series is supported by the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies.

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