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Critical Urbanisms

A group promoting critical conversations about forms of knowledge and modes of academic inquiry in studies of the city and urban phenomena.

Critical Urbanisms is an interdisciplinary and cross-campus group, based at the University of California Berkeley, that promotes critical conversations about forms of knowledge and modes of academic inquiry in the study of the city and urban phenomena. The group seeks to explore and interrogate theories of power, capital, and inequality in cities around the globe. Through conversations with acclaimed academics, workshops, symposia, and student panels, we bring together Bay Area scholars to develop novel practices of knowing, studying, and representing the city.

Sustainable development along the Red Sea... Still Possible?

 

Sustainable development Along the Red Sea... Still Possible?

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Francophone Studies Working Group

An interdisciplinary conversation on topics in Francophone Studies.

The primary aim of the Francophone Studies Working Group (FSWG) is to foster interdisciplinary conversation on topics arising from the French colonial empire and its aftermath in contemporary France and the postcolonial world. We bring together graduate students and faculty from French, Comparative Literature, and History; our meetings are also of potential interest to scholars working in other national literatures and in departments such as Anthropology, Ethnic Studies, Political Science, Rhetoric, Linguistics, Film and Media, and Sociology.

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