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Thursday, March 9, 2017 — 6:00 PM EST

Presented in conversation with the student-led initiative Treaty Lands Global Stories.

Building on differences
2017 marks 150 years of colonialism since Canadian Confederation and the rise of authoritarian populism around the world. In this context, the winter lecture series brings together architects and artists, historians and designers, who are constructively struggling to create possible futures of equitable co-existence for people of different cultural beliefs and practices.


Urban Design, Politics and Social Process

Stephen Gray is Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Harvard University’s GSD with experience working in complex urban environments with municipal agencies, colleges and universities, private developers, non-profits, and the public. His interests center on the intersection of design and engagement as tools for empowerment as well as drivers for the production of progressive urbanism. As a Senior Associate at Sasaki Associates, Stephen has collaborated with and led cross-disciplinary teams on projects that take on site, district, and city scales. Recent work ranges broadly from strategic reinvestment in downtown Wichita, to urban design visions for downtown Raleigh and uptown Cincinnati, and resilience planning for South Shore Long Island in post-Sandy New York.

Location 
ARC - School of Architecture
Cummings Lecture Theatre
7 Melville Street South
Cambridge, ON N1S 2H4
Canada

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