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urbanNext podcasts aim to expand architecture to rethink cities.

urbanNext exchanges include the Nature of Enclosure series, conducted by Jeffrey S. Nesbit, which explores the status of enclosure in the design fields and its impact on contemporary forms of capital, culture, and politics.

urbanNext talks look into topics under consideration and current issues that affect architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture with the most relevant professionals.

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urbanNext podcasts aim to expand architecture to rethink cities.

urbanNext exchanges include the Nature of Enclosure series, conducted by Jeffrey S. Nesbit, which explores the status of enclosure in the design fields and its impact on contemporary forms of capital, culture, and politics.

urbanNext talks look into topics under consideration and current issues that affect architecture, urbanism and landscape architecture with the most relevant professionals.

    Intertwined Environments Session 1 - Activism & Architecture - with Deborah Berke & David Goodman

    Intertwined Environments Session 1 - Activism & Architecture - with Deborah Berke & David Goodman

    Intertwined Environments is the series hosted by Martha Thorne, Dean of IE School of Architecture and Design, which discusses the natural, the physical and the digital realms in constructing environments that respond to current and future challenges.

    Addressing the social component in the urban milieu is key, as we look to goals of sustainable development. Deborah Berke and David Goodman talk about the role of architects in crisis times, everyday architecture and how to be an engaged professional.

    Learn more about Deborah's work:

    https://www.dberke.com/

    https://www.architecture.yale.edu/faculty/419-deborah-berke

    https://www.dberke.com/writing-lectures/architecture-of-the-everyday/

    https://www.dberke.com/project/the-womens-building/

    Learn more about David's work:

    https://www.ie.edu/school-architecture-design/people/faculty/david-goodman/

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=d53GQbQAAAAJ&hl=en

    This space was produced by IE School of Architecture and Design, its Center for Sustainable Cities and urbanNext.net. Visit the IE School of Architecture and Design website to learn more about their commitment to building sustainable cities, and subscribe to urbanNext.net for access to exclusive digital content.

    The urbanNext_exchanges series is curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés. Feel free to contact us via email at inputbox@urbannext.net if you want to comment on the podcast or share your work with us.

    • 24 min
    Gender & Public Space with Inés Sánchez de Madariaga

    Gender & Public Space with Inés Sánchez de Madariaga

    For centuries, architecture and gender has been a silent debate but in the last decades there has been a very fruitful conversation about how design can have biased implications. This has awaken the need to find which strategies can lead to the building of more gender inclusive cities.

    Today we are going to talk with Inés Sánchez de Madariaga, director of the UNESCO Chair on Gender and professor of urban planning at Technical University of Madrid.



    Learn more about her work:

    https://urbannext.net/gender-sensitive-city/



    This space has been sponsored by Actar Publishers and urbanNext.net.

    For the most engaging publications on architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture visit:

    http://actar.com/

    For access to exclusive digital content subscribe to:

    https://urbannext.net/

    The urbanNext_exchanges series is curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés. Feel free to contact us via email at inputbox@urbannext.net if you want to comment on the podcast or share your work with us.

    • 7 min
    Nature of Enclosure Session 8 - Mishuana Goeman, Julia Smachylo, Joshua Nason

    Nature of Enclosure Session 8 - Mishuana Goeman, Julia Smachylo, Joshua Nason

    Jeffrey S. Nesbit is joined by Mishuana Goeman, Julia Smachylo and Joshua Nason to reflect on territory, as a mode of power embedded in colonialism that maintains and consistently strives for boundaries of legibility within the Nature of Enclosure. 



    Learn more about Mishuana Goeman’s work:

    https://amindian.ucla.edu/person/mishuana-goeman-tonawanda-band-of-seneca/

    https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/mark-my-words

    Learn more about Julia Smachylo's work:

    http://www.urbantheorylab.net/people/julia-smachylo/

    https://actar.com/product/new-geographies-10-fallow/

    https://actar.com/product/wood-urbanism/

    Learn more about Joshua Nason’s work:

    https://www.uta.edu/cappa/about/faculty-staff/profiles/joshua-nason.php

    https://www.routledge.com/Chasing-the-City-Models-for-Extra-Urban-Investigations/Nason-Nesbit/p/book/9780815384892

    This space has been sponsored by Actar Publishers and urbanNext.net.

    For the most engaging publications on architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture visit:

    http://actar.com/

    For access to exclusive digital content subscribe to:

    https://urbannext.net/

    The urbanNext_exchanges series is curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés. Feel free to contact us via email at inputbox@urbannext.net if you want to comment on the podcast or share your work with us.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Nature of Enclosure Session 7 - Daisy Ames, Daniel A. Barber, Mae-ling Lokko

    Nature of Enclosure Session 7 - Daisy Ames, Daniel A. Barber, Mae-ling Lokko

    Jeffrey S. Nesbit is joined by Daisy Ames, Daniel A. Barber and Mae-ling Lokko to reflect on climate change, air quality, and cultures from within the architectural envelopes as the Nature of Enclosure. 


    Learn more about Daniel A Barber's work:

    https://www.design.upenn.edu/architecture/graduate/people/daniel-barber

    https://upenn.academia.edu/DanielBarber
    https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691170039/modern-architecture-and-climate

    Learn more about Daisy Ames's work:

    http://studio-ames.com/

    https://www.arch.columbia.edu/faculty/1365-daisy-ames

    https://www.arch.columbia.edu/research/labs/15-housing-lab



    Learn more about Mae-ling Lokko's work:

    https://www.arch.rpi.edu/2018/03/mae-ling-lokko/

    https://housingthehuman.com/prototypes/mae-ling-lokko/


    This space has been sponsored by Actar Publishers and urbanNext.net.

    For the most engaging publications on architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture visit:

    http://actar.com/

    For access to exclusive digital content subscribe to:

    https://urbannext.net/

    The urbanNext_exchanges series is curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés. Feel free to contact us via email at inputbox@urbannext.net if you want to comment on the podcast or share your work with us.

    • 59 min
    Nature of Enclosure Session 6 - Mariano Gomez Luque, Marcella Del Signore, Shawn Rickenbacker

    Nature of Enclosure Session 6 - Mariano Gomez Luque, Marcella Del Signore, Shawn Rickenbacker

    Jeffrey S. Nesbit is joined by Mariano Gomez Luque, Marcella Del Signore and Shawn Rickenbacker whose work examines the role of architecture, technology, and politics, that give rise to accelerated capital and planetary conditions within the Nature of Enclosure.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Nature of Enclosure Session 5 - Ersela Kripa, Stephen Mueller, Katty Velikov, Neeraj Bhatia

    Nature of Enclosure Session 5 - Ersela Kripa, Stephen Mueller, Katty Velikov, Neeraj Bhatia

    Jeffrey S. Nesbit is joined by Ersela Kripa, Stephen Mueller, Kathy Velikov and Neeraj Bhatia whose scholarly work interrogate the role of territory, border, and technology as it relates to the politics set within the Nature of Enclosure.


    Learn more about Ersela Kripa and Stephen Mueller's work:

    https://agencyarchitecture.com/

    https://www.depts.ttu.edu/architecture/about/people/faculty/Kripa/index.php
    https://www.depts.ttu.edu/architecture/about/people/faculty/Mueller/index.php
    https://www.amazon.com/Fronts-Security-Developing-Ersela-Kripa/dp/1941806953

    Learn more about Kathy Velikov's work:

    https://taubmancollege.umich.edu/faculty/directory/kathy-velikov

    http://acadia.org/

    http://www.rvtr.com/



    Learn more about Neeraj Bhatia's work:

    https://portal.cca.edu/people/nbhatia/

    http://www.theopenworkshop.ca/Pages/A_Info.html

    http://actar.com/product/new-investigations-in-collective-form/

    http://actar.com/product/bracket-2-goes-soft/

    http://actar.com/product/the-petropolis-of-tomorrow/


    This space has been sponsored by Actar Publishers and urbanNext.net.

    For the most engaging publications on architecture, urbanism, and landscape architecture visit:

    http://actar.com/

    For access to exclusive digital content subscribe to:

    https://urbannext.net/

    The urbanNext_exchanges series is curated by Ricardo Devesa and Marta Bugés. Feel free to contact us via email at inputbox@urbannext.net if you want to comment on the podcast or share your work with us.

    • 1 hr 7 min

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