The GSD is pleased to present a series of talks and webinars broadcast to our audiences via Zoom.
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This talk will consider the moment when June Jordan and Buckminster Fuller attempted to reimagine Harlem in the wake of the 1964 riots, considered against a larger context of experiments in social housing, environmental planning, urban rebellion, and Afro-futurism.
Nikil Saval is an editor, writer, and community organizer. He was co-editor of n+1 and a contributing writer for the New Yorker, and is a frequent writer for the New York Times, covering architecture, urbanism, and design. He is the author of Cubed: A Secret History of the Workplace (Doubleday, 2014), and he is currently working on a book titled Everything is Architecture, a study of the politics of industrial design. He co-founded Reclaim Philadelphia, a progressive organization, and is the Democratic nominee for State Senate in the First Senate District in Pennsylvania. He has a B.A. from Columbia University, and a PhD from Stanford University, both in English Literature.