Collected videos from Divided City Events
“What are the social and economic processes that produce places? How does the environment around you come into being?”
Through a fun and engaging curriculum, kids take on deep questions about the role of environmental design in their daily lives — and their ability to participate in the shaping of it. View the Divided City’s new video about our partnership with the Alberti Program below.
Summer City Seminar: A Compendium of the Divided City, May 11, 2018
Divided City Summer Graduate Research Fellows‘ Presentations, September 25, 2017
City Seminar 10th Anniversary Roundtable Discussion: Politics and the City, November 10, 2016
“How to Tell the Story (Focus on Method and Interpretation)”
The first panel of “Memorializing Displacement: A Local/Global Workshop”, October 27, 2016.
“Creating the Lung Block: Racial Transition and the Making of the ‘New Public Health’ in a St. Louis Neighborhood, 1907-1940”
Taylor Desloge for City Seminar, April 14, 2016
“More Menacing than Fire and the Elements: Race, Neighborhood and Planning in 20th Century St. Louis”
Joseph Heathcott, November 12, 2015
“At the Risk of Seeming Ridiculous: Recasting ‘Black Lives Matter’ in the Contemporary Popular Imagination”
Garret Duncan for City Seminar, November 5, 2015