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Deen Sharp, Terreform co-director and co-editor of Beyond the Square: Urbanism and the Arab Uprisings

May 10-11: Co-organizer, 
Reconstruction as Violence: The Case of AleppoMIT

April 12: IMES Annual Conference: Infrastructure, New Materialism & the Agency of Objects, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University

April 8: AKPIA@MIT panel discussion with artist Julie Mehretu, MIT
 

Vanessa Keith, author of 2100: Dystopian Utopia/The City After Climate Change

May 3: A People's Climate Action Plan for New York, CUNY

April 22: Earth Day Lecture, Clark Atlanta University and Georgia Tech

Michael Sorkin, Terreform president

May 2: MIT
April 15: Harvard GSD
April 1:
University of Manitoba

Andrea Johnson, Terreform research director, with associate Bastiaan Woudenberg  

May 1: 2019 International Model Project Forum, Bauhaus University, Weimar

Tom Angotti, editor of Zoned Out! Race, Displacement, and City Planning in New York City

May 9: Gentrification & the Real Estate State with Sam Stein, CUNY Graduate Center

March 11: A Livable New York: The Future of Community Green Space and Affordable Housing, The New School

Vyjayanthi Rao, Terreform co-director and editor of Occupy All Streets: Olympic Urbanism and Contested Futures in Rio de Janeiro

April 9: On Speculation and Smartness: Urban Practices and Forms of the 21st Century, Columbia University

The waters are rising, the floods are coming. What are we doing to save ourselves?, 2100, USATODAY 
Manhattan Transfer: To save the city from rising seas, build more of it, Waterproofing New York, SLATE

Making Connections: With Julie Mehretu, Beyond the Square, ARTSCOPE MAGAZINE
Opinion: In New York City, Mayor de Blasio’s Rezonings Amplify Inequalities, Zoned Out!, METROPOLIS 
The dark side made visible, Spaces of Disappearance, INTERCEPTED
Winner! Human Rights - Best Graphic Award, Digital BBC News, Downward Spiral, MALOFIEJ

 

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