Keynote: Charles Waldheim, Director, Office for Urbanization, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Moderators: Mercedes Peralta, Office for Urbanization, Harvard University; Jeanette Sordi, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez and New York Institute of Technology; Florencia Rodriguez, Editorial Director and Co-founder, Lots of Architecture-publishers
PROFESSOR, ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES; AFFILIATED PROFESSOR IN AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES; AFFILIATED PROFESSOR IN URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN, GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN CO-CHAIR, BRAZIL STUDIES PROGRAM FACULTY COMMITTEE
Bruno Carvalho works on cities as lived and imagined spaces. He studies relationships between cultural practices and urbanization, specializing on Brazil...
CGIS South, Tsai Auditorium (S010), 1730 Cambridge Street
Diane Davis, Charles Dyer Norton Professor of Regional Planning and Urbanism; Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Design, GSD
Luciana Kaplan, Director
Onésimo Flores, Founder, Jetty
A feature documentary about the odyssey involved in commuting to and from work in three large contemporary cities: Los Angeles, Istanbul and Mexico City. Rush Hour is an intimate approach to the personal stories of three commuters who spend hours of their lives going...
CGIS South, Belfer Cases Study Room (S-020), 1730 Cambridge Street
Speaker: Rodrigo Otero Heraud, director of the film The Eyes of the Journey and Hipolito Peralta Ccama, protagonist in The Eyes of the Journey
Moderators: Paola Uccelli, Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education and Ann Braude, Harvard Divinity School
Screening of the feature documentary film The Eyes of the Journey / Los Ojos del Camino spoken in Quechua with English subtitles. The event will count with the presence of the director of the film Rodrigo Otero Heraud and the protagonist...
Harvard Graduate School of Design, Gund Hall, Stubbins Room and Room 109
The third edition of the annual Latin GSD Spring Symposium will host designers, artists, and historians in the format of interviews, conversations and lecture presentations. The speakers will engage in discussions about deep history, colonial processes, Modernist projects, and contemporary labor networks as the precursors to a variety of state of affairs and cultural clichés that define the contemporary Latin American experience and identity within the realm of...