Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment / RACE EMPIRE ENVIRONMENT

RACE EMPIRE ENVIRONMENT

A discussion series led by the 2022-2023 Princeton Mellon Fellows


Mellon Forum session recordings are uploaded to the Princeton Mellon Initiative Media Central channel approximately one week after the live event. 

For event details, click on the specific event description.

 

Wednesday September 14 / 12pm Betts Auditorium in person or on Zoom

The Politics of Dwelling

Gregory Valdespino, Princeton-Mellon / Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies Fellow, with Jacob Dlamini, History


Wednesday September 21 / 12pm Betts Auditorium in person or on Zoom

Remapping Afro-Caribbean Landscapes

Mary Pena, Princeton-Mellon / Princeton Program in Latin American Studies Fellow, with S.E. Eisterer, Architecture



Tuesday October 4 / 12pm Betts Auditorium in person or on Zoom

Palm Politics

Will Davis, Princeton-Mellon / Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies Fellow, with Sigrid Adriaenssens, CEE


Tuesday October 25 / 12pm Betts Auditorium in person or on Zoom

Of Milk, Blood, and Bones: Brazil’s Colonial and Postcolonial Plantation "Big House"

Ana Ozaki, Princeton-Mellon Fellow in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities, with Isadora Mota, History


Wednesday November 2 / 12pm Betts Auditorium or on Zoom

Urban Greening and the Off-Modern

Maria Taylor, Princeton-Mellon / Princeton Institute for International & Regional Studies Fellow, with Allison Carruth, HMEI/AMS


Monday November 8 / 12pm Betts Auditorium or on Zoom

Racial and Spatial Justice in Urban Planning 

Babak Manouchehrifar, Stewart Fellow in the Council of the Humanities and Princeton-Mellon Fellow, with Seth Perry, Religion 
 


The Mellon Forum is sponsored by the Mellon Foundation, CCH, HMEI, Humanities Council, PIIRS, PLAS, the Departments of English and A+A, and the School of Architecture. All events are free and open to the public.