VIRTUAL: Mellon Forum: Home
Rashad Shabazz, Arizona State University; Maxine Griffith, Columbia University
April 20, 2020 · 12:00 pm—1:15 pm · via Zoom
Princeton Mellon Initiative, Humanities Council
This final session of the Spring 2020 Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment will explore how we might bring different disciplines together (e.g. design intelligence, geography, Black Studies, and urban planning) to rethink how we access problems in the city and seek solutions, the ways housing policies, urban planning, and architectural design have made and unmade racial communities, and what effects new approaches to urban policy or the urban environment could have in undoing racially or economically inequitable urban landscapes and carceral geographies.
Zoom links will be shared via eblasts and on https://arc-hum.princeton.edu/