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    City Planning Poetics 9: Feeling the City

    University of Pennsylvania - Kelly Writers House

    Philadelphia, PA 00000

    Tuesday October 20th 2020 to Tuesday October 20th 2020

    • Tuesdays

      6:00pm to 7:00pm

    Curated by Davy Knittle, City Planning Poetics is a semesterly series that pus poets in conversation with planners, designers, planning historians, and others working in the field of city planning to discuss topics central to their work, ask each other questions, and read from current projects.

    Based in the UAE and Vermont, USA, Jill Magi works in text, image, and textile. The author of six books of poetry and numerous handmade books housed in the University at Buffalo Poetry Collection, Jill ran Sona Books for ten years, publishing chapbooks of experimental works that she described as “risky, quiet, and community-based.”

    Akira Drake Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School in the Department of City & Regional Planning. Her research examines the politics of urban planning, or the ways that disenfranchised groups re-appropriate their marginalized spaces in the city to gain access to and sustain urban political power.

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