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PAST EVENTS

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Oct 1, 2018

Divided City Graduate Fellows Presentations 2018

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SEPT 13, 2018

Black Love and Black Rage in America: The Burden of Hope, a lecture by Christopher Lebron

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MAY 10-11, 2018

Summer City Seminar: A Compendium of the Divided City

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APR 30, 2018

Tale of Two Cities: Documenting Our Divides

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APR 28, 2018

The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital


APR 27-28, 2018

Dwell in Other Futures: Art/ Urbanism/ Midwest

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APR 16, 2018

Spring Symposium: Technologies of Segregation in Early Modern Italian Cities

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APR 5, 2018

City Seminar: The Conundrum of Gentrification: Five Questions for Historians with Suleiman Osman


MAR 30, 2018

Mobility for All by All: Collisions: Transit and Hip-Hop

 


FEB 9-28, 2018


FEB 28, 2018

City Seminar: “The Metallurgical Metropolis: Re-thinking the Materiality and Historicity of Metal in the Caribbean Securityscape” with Kimberley McKinson


FEB 21, 2018

City Seminar: Revanchist Kigali: Minor Architecture in a “World-Class” City with Samuel Shearer


FEB 20, 2018

City Seminar: Building Suburban Power: The Design of America’s Segregated Housing Market with Paige Glotzer


FEB 9, 2018

City Seminar: “This Might As Well Be Prison”: Homeless Shelters, Black Sex Offenders, and Hyper-Surveillance with Terrance Wooten


NOV 29, 2017

Segregation by Design


NOV 16, 2017

An Impossible Dream? Racial Integration in the United States


NOV 12, 2017

The Blood Is at the Doorstep

Film Screening and Discussion as a part of the St. Louis International Film Festival, Moderated by Divided City Project Director, Tila Neguse

More information on this film and the St. Louis International Film Festival available here.

 

 

 


NOV 10, 2017

Visualizing Renaissance Histories: A Symposium on Digital Narratives and 16th Century Florence and Venice

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OCT 26, 2017

Charting the American Bottom


 

OCT 19, 2017

Noon in the City: A Contemporary Tale of DuBois’s 7th Ward in Philadelphia


OCT 11, 2017

Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis

 


OCT 6-7, 2017

Eminent Domain/ Displaced


 

OCT 5, 2017

City Seminar: Sense & the City with Neil Goldberg


SEPT 25, 2017

City Seminar: Divided City Graduate Student Summer Research Fellows