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Friday, March 21 • 2:05pm - 3:25pm
FR3.01 From Coney Island to the High Line: Perspectives on Public Space and Urban Development in 21st c. NYC

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Moderator: Juan J. Rivero, Rutgers University


  • The High Line and Olmsted's Vision for Public Space in New York
    Alexander Reichl, Queens College, CUNY

  • Fantastic Landscapes: The Contentious Greening of the North Brooklyn Waterfront
    Daniel Campo, Morgan State University

  • Cultural Boundaries Between the Hasidic Community and the ‘Artisten’ in Williamsburg, Brooklyn: A Clash or an Opportunity?
    Côme A. Perotin, French Institute of Geopolitics

  • Contesting “Public Space” in the Redevelopment of Coney Island
    Juan J. Rivero, Rutgers University






Presenters
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Daniel Campo

Morgan State University
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Côme Perotin

French Institute of Geopolitics
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Alexander Reichl

Queens College, CUNY
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Juan J. Rivero

Rutgers University; Bloustein School of Planning

Moderators
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Juan J. Rivero

Rutgers University; Bloustein School of Planning

Friday March 21, 2014 2:05pm - 3:25pm
Contessa A (Contessa 2nd Floor)