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Fall 2021 Virtual Colloqium 


Sept 15                   Theresa Williamson 
Sept 22         Pascale Joassart-Marcelli
Sept 29                                  Kofi Boone 
Oct 6                                Melissa Peters
Oct 13                           Jessica Omukuti
Oct 20                                       Jay Pitter
Oct 27                    Marccus Hendricks 
Nov 3                              Charles Brown
     Nov 10          Isabelle Anguelovski                                and James Connolly

Nov 17                                     Kian Goh 
Dec 8                             Vivek Shandas

 
 

ABOUT CITIES@TUFTS

Cities@Tufts is a cross-disciplinary academic initiative which recognizes Tufts University as a leader in urban studies, urban planning and sustainability issues. Anchored by the department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, it aims to highlight our impressive contributions in community strategy, civic democracy, ethnographic research, urban and community health, food justice and security, urban politics and economics, social inequalities and GIS. Cities@Tufts works with students, academics, policymakers and planners, businesses and community stakeholders to develop cross-disciplinary and cross-sector collaborative and community based research. We aim to develop solutions to today’s urban challenges and opportunities based not on presupposed notions but on being critical: first asking the right questions.

 
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RECENT PRESENTATIONS

For a full list of recordings, visit the Colloquium Series pages

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November 17: Kian Goh presents: From Urban Resilience to Climate Justice

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November 3: Charles T. Brown presents: Arrested Mobility: Exploring the Impacts of Over-Policing Black Mobility in the U.S.

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October 27: Marccus D Hendricks presents: Unequal Protection Revisited: Planning for Environmental Justice, Hazard Vulnerability, and Critical Infrastructure in Communities of Color