Pandemic Urbanism

Abstracts


May 29, 2020

Covid-19, Territorial Gradients and Contagion in Housing

By Julia W Robinson Professor, University of Minnesota School of Architecture The author will moderate a session at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium titled “Urban Form Beyond the Norm” from 10:15 – 11:115 on May 29, 2020. The large number of deaths in nursing homes and incarceration facilities during this Covid-19 crisis, reveals institutional places as…


May 22, 2020

Engaging Disparities: Race, Class, Trust in an Age of Civic Peril

By Anne Taufen (atw5@uw.edu) School of Urban Studies, UW Tacoma The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in the closing plenary session, from 4:30 – 5:30 PM on May 29, 2020. The Roadmap to Civic Engagement, a project between graduate students at UW Tacoma and the City of Tacoma, drew on…


The Role of the Community-engaged, Urban-serving University in Times of Crisis

By Rubén Casas (rcasas@uw.edu) Assistant Professor, University of Washinton Tacoma The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in the closing plenary session, from 4:30 – 5:30 PM on May 29, 2020. In the midst and wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting crisis, urban-serving, community-engaged campuses have an opportunity to assess,…


Community engagement during COVID-19: Insurmountable disruption or a catalyst for greater justice?

By Rachel Berney (rberney@uw.edu) Assistant Professor, Urban Design & Planning, University of Washington Coauthor: Olivia Baker, University of Washington MUP student The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in the closing plenary session, from 4:30 – 5:30 PM on May 29, 2020. Does community engagement during and after major societal disruptors…


Assessing individual and community stress in Latinx communities

By Elaine M. Faustman (faustman@uw.edu) Professor, Institute for Risk Analysis and Risk Communication, School of Public Health, University of Washington Coauthors: Jill Falman, Marissa Smith,Bill Griffiths, Beti Thompson The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in the closing plenary session, from 4:30 – 5:30 PM on May 29, 2020. We have…


May 15, 2020

Testing Resiliency in an Urban Core, Medium Density Co-op

By Jenni Pace (jennipace@gmail.com) PhD Candidate in Architectural History, UBC; Vancouver Heritage Commission The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in a session titled “Urban Form Beyond the Norm,” from 10:15 – 11:15 AM on May 29, 2020. Half a century ago, tenants and property owners in Vancouver’s Chinatown-Strathcona neighbourhood fought…


Reclaiming the Public, Beyond the Pandemic: A Discussion on Equity, Justice, and Resilience in the Post-COVID-19 City

Jesús Aguirre, Seattle Parks and Recreation (https://www.seattle.gov/parks) Cary Moon, Citizen Activist Brice Maryman, MIG (bmaryman@migcom.com, www.homelandlab.com) Cary Simmons, The Trust for Public Land (cary.simmons@tpl.org, www.tpl.org) Moderated by Catherine De Almeida, University of Washington (cdealmei@uw.edu) Organized by Jeffrey Hou, University of Washington (jhou@uw.edu) The presenters will participate in this pre-organized panel discussion at the Pandemic Urbanism…


Remember Our Roots: Re-Centering Public Health in Urbanism

By Kristen Hall1 and Sarah Skenazy2 1Urban Designer, Kristen Hall City Design; Lecturer, UC Berkeley and San Jose State University (kristen@kristenhallcitydesign.com, website) 2Public Health + District Design Consultant, Research Fellow The authors will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in a session titled “Public Spheres, Public Fears,” from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM…


Stories and Observations From the CID

By Carmen Hom (carmen.hom19@gmail.com) Chinatown-International District Coalition Coauthor: Marlon Herrera The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in a session titled “Politics, Engagement & Activism,” from 10:15 – 11:15 AM on May 29, 2020. The Chinatown-International District (CID) is a multiethnic, multigenerational neighborhood in the heart of Seattle. It is a neighborhood…


May 14, 2020

Anticipating Adaptation in Philadelphia’s Energy Assistance Sector

By Alison Kenner (ali.kenner@gmail.com) Associate Professor of Politics, Drexel University Coauthor(s): Briana Leone, Morgan Sarao, Andrew Rosenthal The author will give this presentation at the Pandemic Urbanism Symposium in a session titled “Resilience by Any Other Name,” from 2:00 – 3:00 PM on May 29, 2020. Energy vulnerability is an understudied but widespread problem in…



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