Mellon Forum recordings on Media Central

If you missed the Mellon Forum, click through to Media Central for the session recordings.


Available session recordings include:

Fall 2020 // What do we want the post-pandemic city to be?

September 16: Phenomenology and Data (Jocelyn Frank, Shannon Mattern, Dietmar Offenhuber)

September 23: Planning and Design (Megan Maurer, Destiny Thomas, Sarah Williams)

September 30: Food Security (Tessa Desmond, Ashley Gripper, Thomas Reardon, Meredith TenHoor)

October 14: A conversation with NYC Parks & Recreation Commissioner Mitchell J. Silver (with Marshall Brown)

October 21: The Region Transformed (Anthony Acciavatti, Yingling Fan, Marcel Negret, Vonu Thakuriah)

November 6: The Geography of the Post-Pandemic City (Sara Carr, Kirti Das, Cindi Katz, Jay Pitter, Ashish Rao-Ghorpade, Craig Wilkins, Anu Ramaswami)

Spring 2021 // RESISTANCE

February 17: Urban Speculation // Queer Resistance (Denice Frohman, Davy Knittle, Malcolm Rio)

February 24: Facing the Eviction Apocalypse (Kendra Brooks, Rasheedah Phillips)

March 24: Black Women and the Land Grab (Sarah Broom, Carroll Fife, Keisha-Khan Perry, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor)

April 14: Environmental Exploitation // Indigenous Resistance (Andrew Curley, Sandy Grande, Desiree Valadares, Tiffany Cain Fryer)

Fall 2021 // RETURN

September 22: Returning to the Lacustrine City in La Ciudad de Mexico (Vera Candiani, Dean Chahim, Seth Denizen)

September 29: Architecture, Customs and Return in Lagos (Adedoyin Teriba, Chukwuemeka V. Chukwuemeka)

October 27: HighWaterLine: New Jersey (Christina Gerhardt, Jerry Zee)

November 10: Coastal Worlds: Ecologies and Infrastructures in Western India (Ryo Morimoto, Chandana Anusha)

November 17: Predatory Development and Climate Change (Christina Jackson, Davy Knittle)


March 14: Climate + Environmental Futures (Rituparna Mitra, Joshua Moses) 

March 23: Education + Urban Space (Akira Drake Rodriguez, John Higgins)

March 30: Preservation (Delia Wendel, Salamishah Tillet)

April 11: Reclamation (Claire Herbert, Mariana Mogilevich)

Recordings are typically posted the week following the live session. 


September 14: The Politics of Dwelling (Gregory Valdespino, Jacob Dlamini) 

September 21: Remapping Afro-Caribbean Landscapes (Mary Pena, S.E. Eisterer)

October 4: Palm Politics (Will Davis, Sigrid Adriaenssens)

October 25: Of Milk, Blood, and Bones: Brazil’s Colonial and Postcolonial Plantation "Big House" (Ana Ozaki, Isadora Mota)

November 2: Urban Greening and the Off-Modern (Maria C. Taylor, Allison Carruth)

November 8: Religion and the Politics of Space in Urban Planning (Babak Manouchehrifar, Seth Perry)