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Cities@Tufts Colloquium Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Julian Agyeman
52:19
Please type your questions in the chat
Julian Agyeman
53:22
He’s at the University of Chicago now!
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:18:45
High density ruralism seems like an oxymoron. Can you explain..
Miranda Briseño (she/her)
01:18:59
You’ve alluded to a lot of push back from different institutions when it comes to pushing the recommendations you’ve mentioned. What suggestions do you have for those of us that want to look to push to indigenize and decolonize our approach to planning who will likely run into that push back as well?
Rachel Bowers (she/her)
01:19:12
Related to
Rachel Bowers (she/her)
01:19:33
**Related to Miranda's question, what types of push back do you tend to receive?
Brown House watch party
01:20:26
What are some of the challenges these pre-modern cities faced?
Ellie Lochhead
01:20:55
What are the differences you observe in high-density cities where water conservation is a concern (like Denver) versus where it is less of a concern (like Boston)?
Josh McLinden (he/him)
01:21:28
What do we know about the economies of pre-modern cities? How did pre-modern economic activity shape their cities?
Brown House watch party
01:22:01
How did the emergence of the modern city structure erase the benefits mentioned of these pre-modern cities?
Andrew Brieff
01:22:23
Are there strong through-lines between the ancient cities you mentioned and the modern cities nearby? Are there any good examples of modern cities that have drawn upon their nearby ancient counterparts in this sort of alter-urbanism?
Gloria Huangpu (she/her)
01:22:37
Are there examples of modern/early-modern cities that have already been influenced by these ancient cities, as you suggest? I'm thinking about the influence of the plan of Tenochtitlan on 16th century map-makers and planners in Europe.
Brown House watch party
01:26:38
How did ancient cities manage to transform into modern ones, ex. Rome or Cairo?
Deniz Whittier
01:28:36
In terms of preserving the existing infrastructural like aqueduct of valens in Istanbul, how can cities maintain these as artefacts while modernizing them for current use?
Deniz Whittier
01:28:51
infrastructure*
Perri Sheinbaum (she/her)
01:30:00
You briefly mentioned that ancient cities were more equitable than cities today. How can we be certain this was true?
Rachel Bowers (she/her)
01:32:11
^^
Bouzid BOUDIAF
01:33:27
What about the spatial organization of some cities like Shebam, Sana;a or Jeddah in terms of social organization or what we call Verical Urbanism?
Amber J. Davis
01:33:29
Is the lack of information on old cities tie into the european take of historical cities and infrastructure?
Leah's iPhone
01:34:14
Thank you so much for your time and insight!!!
Amber J. Davis
01:34:20
Thank you!!
Anthony Collins
01:34:45
Thank you!
Sydnie (she/her)
01:34:51
Thank you!
Perri Sheinbaum (she/her)
01:34:52
Thank you!
Kelan Koncewicz
01:34:53
Thanks Dean!
Andrew Brieff
01:34:53
Thank you!
Gloria Huangpu (she/her)
01:34:54
Thank you!
Janaki Blum
01:34:54
Thank you!
Joann Lai
01:34:54
Thank you for today's presentation!
Josh McLinden (he/him)
01:34:55
Thank you Dean for a fascinating talk!
Bouzid BOUDIAF
01:34:57
THANK YOU.
Adam Rubelmann
01:34:58
Thank you!
Erik Wilson
01:34:59
Thank you!
Noah Barrientos (he,him)
01:35:03
Thank you so much!
Sophie Schildhause
01:35:04
Thank you!! great talk
Meghan R. Tenhoff
01:35:06
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