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This seminar undertakes a wide-ranging consideration of the city—its history, functions, problems, and glories. Sessions are devoted to urban cultural and social history, and to the meaning of physical form and landscape of both American and world-wide cities. The heterogeneous nature of the seminar’s membership is reflected in the variety of subjects that the meetings address.

Professor Lisa Keller

Nataly Shahaf

All seminars will continue to meet virtually through Fall 2021. Meeting links provided upon RSVP. Meeting dates and times are subject to change.

Meeting Schedule

10/13/2021 Online Meeting
5:30 PM
Screening of "The Automat"
Lisa Hurwitz, Film Director

11/17/2021 Online Meeting
5:30 PM
Trading Floors, Back Offices, and the Transformation of Wall Street, 1960-2001
Aaron Shkuda, Princeton University