Intersections | 2 of 4 | Ways of Knowing the City

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Intersections | 2 of 4 | Ways of Knowing the City || Radcliffe Institute

This panel explores how urban environments offer a dense and intense human experience, while also being a complex object of study generating vast quantities of data for analysis. 

Heidi Ewing (4:35), filmmaker; codirector of the Emmy Award–winning film Detropia

Mark Shepard (23:40), associate professor, Departments of Architecture and Media Study, School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo

Sooni Taraporevala (43:13), photographer; award-winning screenwriter (Mississippi Masala, Salaam Bombay!, The Namesake) and director (Little Zizou)

Moderator: Julie A. Buckler, faculty director of the Humanities Program at the Radcliffe Institute; co–principal investigator, Harvard-Mellon Urban Initiative; Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of Comparative Literatures in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University

AUDIENCE Q&A (1:10:24)