Please join us for the launch of Volume 9 of the Journal of Design Strategies, Cooperative Cities, which provides a critical insight to the way women have conceptualized and fostered the co-production of non hierarchical and cooperative urban practices across cities and nations. We are celebrating their work with a panel discussion involving a transgenerational cohort of women working across different fields —philosophy, anthropology, strategic planning, architecture, social art, and activism—who are transforming the way we understand, approach and envision cities. In our context of continuous social and economic crisis, it is critical to emphasize the feminist, social and emancipatory agendas promoted in women’s endeavors and mobilizations which have historically change the political, organizational and spatial dynamics of cities and urban life. For more information about the event and the panelists see poster below.

Friday, September 28th 3:00-6:30pm
The New School University Center Room
L105 Lower Level
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

Moderated by
Gabriela Rendón
Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and co-director of
Parsons Graduate Urban Programs
Masoom Moitra
Activist urban planner, faculty and special projects director at
The New School Collaboratory

Organized by
Gabriela Rendón and Miodrag Mitrašinović
Editors of Cooperative Cities
Volume 9 / Journal of Design Strategies

Sponsored by
The Stephan Weiss Lecture Series