Category Archive: Events

Intercultural Planning and Cultural Competency

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This is a guest post by Ian Adelman, a graduate student in urban planning at Tufts University. On April 6th I participated in the “Skill Building for the Intercultural Planner: A Cultural Competency… Continue reading

Event: Skill Building for the Intercultural Planner: A Cultural Competency Workshop for Planning and Policy Students

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Friday, April 6th 9:30 am – 3:00 pm location: room 114, Sackler Building, Tufts University, 145 Harrison Avenue, Boston 02111 (1 block from Orange Line Tufts Medical Center stop) We welcome city planning… Continue reading

Introducing Social Agency Lab… Labcamp 1

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This is an entry by guest author Alexandra Miller, an urban planner living in New Orleans. You can follower her on twitter.   On August 4th-7th, 2011, six collaborators, including all of Plurale… Continue reading

Plurale Tantum Does the Congress for New Urbanism’s “Next Gen” Symposium

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The Resident Pluralists of Plurale Tantum will be presenting our approach and proto-framework for analyzing, planning, and designing urban spaces at NextGen8, a one-day symposium leading up to the Congress for New Urbanism’s 19th… Continue reading

How does Hip-Hop reframe our conception of space? DuBois Institute Colloquim, 4/13

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The W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and American Research at Harvard University is hosting independent scholar, Theodore Miller, on Wednesday April 13, 2011 from 12:00-1:30 PM. Deconstructing the Beggar’s Edifice: The Failure… Continue reading

Final Day: Gender, Sexuality and Urban Spaces at MIT

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Phew, we are back, daylights savings time be damned!  It’s the final day of the Gender, Sexuality and Urban Spaces Conference at MIT.  The Closing Keynote Panel is getting set up in the… Continue reading

A Live Blogging Weekend: The Gender, Sexuality and Urban Spaces Conference

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A team of PT writers and guest bloggers will be on the campus of MIT – starting tonight! – to blog in real time the Graduate Consortium of Women’s Studies conference on Gender,… Continue reading

Check out the upcoming Gender, Sexuality, and Urban Spaces Conference Mar. 11-13!

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MIT’s Graduate Consortium of Women’s Studies has put together a stellar lineup for the Gender, Sexuality, and Urban Spaces Conference, March 11-13 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  The conference is *free* and *registration is required*. Find… Continue reading

Join the Conversation

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One of our goals at Plurale Tantum is to spark ongoing conversations on the issues we bring up. Right now, there are three great ways to join the conversation: posting comments on the… Continue reading

National Exhibit on Queer Difference/Desire in American Art

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There’s only one month left (through February 11, 2011) to see the National Portrait Gallery’s ground-breaking exhibit on queer experiences as captured by American artists – Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture.… Continue reading