1. With Liberty and Justice for All

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    Kate Bean speaks for Logsdon Colloquium at the South Texas School of Christian Studies in Corpus Christi, TX on February 19, 2015.

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    • Representing Our Urban Diversity: Romare Bearden's "Berkeley-The City and Its People" (1973)

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      On September 11, 2014, Lauren Kroiz (Art History) presented on Romare Bearden's Berkeley mural, an important work of public art that is the source of the ubiquitous multi-ethnic logo found on everything from City of Berkeley trucks to stationery and brochures. This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/

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      • Experiential Mapping of the Urban Form

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        On September 4, 2014, Darin Jensen (Geography) presented on "Mission Possible," a neighborhood mapping project in San Francisco's Mission District, and on a new project mapping International Boulevard in Oakland, titled “Intranational International Boulevard.” This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/ NOTE: This video does not include the last several minutes of the talk. We apologize for the missing footage.

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        • Sensing San Leandro: Capturing Cityscapes Through Sensors

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          On September 25, 2014, Ron Rael (Architecture) and Greg Niemeyer (Art Practice) spoke about their course on "Sensing Cityscapes," in which students create and interrogate tools for collecting data on urban metabolisms. Students are actively partnering with the City of San Leandro to find new ways of collecting and using data to improve city planning. This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/

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          • The Art of Change: Exploring Neighborhoods in Transition

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            On November 6, 2014, cultural researcher Sue Mark (marksearch) and urban planner/design researcher Anisha Gade (City Planning and Architecture) engaged in a reflective conversation about creative place-making efforts that can influence, empower, and inform community identity during periods of gentrification. They discussed their interdisciplinary project, Communities’ Crossing, which will create historically- and culturally-informed interventions along San Pablo Avenue in the area where Berkeley, Emeryville, and Oakland intersect. This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/

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            • Urban Space, Spectacle, Memory and Music in Nineteenth-Century Vienna

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              On October 23, 2014, Nicholas Mathew (Music) gave a presentation on the role of music and sound in the emergence of modern civic sensibilities in Napoleonic Vienna, and how printed music came to shape a new politics of urban pedestrianism. This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/

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              • Creative Class Civil Wars: Displacement and the Arts in the Bay Area

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                On October 16, 2014, Shannon Steen (Theater, Dance and Performance Studies) presented research from her project “Creative Class Civil Wars,” which explores the ways our concepts of creativity are shifting to exclude those in the arts. Her presentation examined how those changes are rooted in the history by which “creativity” became a legitimate object of academic research. This talk was part of the Reading Cities, Sensing Cities colloquium presented by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative at UC Berkeley. http://globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/

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                • Ernesto Mireles - Why Peace is Impossible

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                  Ernesto Mireles discusses the concepts of Peace and Justice and their use in modern society particularly as it focuses on organizing and activism. This was filmed on November 16, 2014 as part of the Keynote Speaker Series.

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                  • Compilatieverslag Colloquium PPS Bouwcultuur

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                    Compilatieverslag van het colloquium PPS Bouwcultuur, georganiseerd door PMV, het Vlaams Kenniscentrum Publiek Private Samenwerking en het Team Vlaams Bouwmeester. Het colloquium vond plaats op dinsdag 2 december 2014 in Bozar Brussel in samenwerking met Bozar en A+.

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                    • Love Keeps the Lampstand in its Place

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                      Tracey Tellado speaks for Logsdon Colloquium at the South Texas School of Christian Studies in Corpus Christi, Texas on December 14, 2014.

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