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City Planning Poetics

Organized and hosted by Davy Knittle, "City Planning Poetics" holds events once a semester at Kelly Writers House "that invite one or more poets and one or more planners, designers, planning historians or others working in the field of city planning to discuss a particular topic central to their work, to ask each other questions, and to read from their current projects."

Episode 1: Jena Osman and Amy Hillier, February 24, 2016

What is a map? What can a map do?

Complete Recording (1:21:16): MP3

Episode 2: Francesca Ammon and Jason Mitchell, September 6, 2016

Complete Recording (1:13:49): MP3

Episode 3: QUEER PLACEMAKING with Max J. Andruck and Rachel Levitsky, April 20, 2017

Complete recording (1:16:13): MP3

Episode 4: URBAN MEMORY with Simone White and Randall Mason November 13, 2017

Complete recording (1:13:50) MP3

Episode 5: QUEER CITY with Jen Jack Gieseking and Erica Kaufman, February 22, 2018

Complete Recording (1:24:34): MP3

Episode 6: URBAN REVITALIZATION with Brian Goldstein and Douglas Kearney, October 23, 2018

Complete Recording (1:43:10): MP3

Episode 7: CARCERAL JUSTICE with Emily Abendroth and Nina Johnson, March 21, 2019

Complete Recording (1:15:51): MP3

These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the poets. © 2016 all respective authors. Used with permission of the authors. Distributed by Kelly Writers House and PennSound.