Global Urban Humanities Initiative: Engaging the Humanities and Environmental Design
Members of CED and The Division of Arts & Humanities (College of Letters & Science)
Co-PI Anthony J. Cascardi, Co-PI Jennifer Wolch, Julia Bryan Wilson, Teresa Caldeira, Margaret Crawford, Whitney Davis, Michael Dear, Shannon Jackson, Alan Tansman, Mark Sandberg, and Project Director Susan Moffat.
The Mellon Foundation; Division of Arts & Humanities (College of Letters & Science)
The Global Urban Humanities brings together scholars and practitioners from the fields of architecture, urban design, city and regional planning, and landscape architecture, and multiple humanities disciplines - ranging from East Asian languages & culture, comparative literature, and history of art to theater, dance and performance studies. We are developing new theoretical paradigms, research methods, and pedagogical approaches in order to help address the complex problems facing today's global cities and regions.
Learn more about our new interdisciplinary courses, symposia and publications at the Global Urban Humanities website.