The Effect of a Death-in-Police-Custody Incident on Community Reliance on the Police


Presenter: Ruth Moyer, PhD in Criminology

Neighbors, Nightclubs, and Noise: Sound and Urban Relations in Mexico City


Presenter: Elizabeth Bynum, PhD Candidate, Music and Anthropology Discussant: David Gouverneur, Associate Professor of Practice, Landscape Architecture  

Public Shaming and Social Policing in Republican Rome


Presenter:  Jordan Rogers, PhD Candidate, Ancient History Discussant: David Grazian, Professor of Sociology and Communication, Faculty Director of Urban Studies  

The World Is Always Coming to an End: Pulling Together and Apart in a Chicago Neighborhood

Save the Date for the 2021 Bodek Lecture!

Carlo Rotella, author and professor of American Studies at Boston College, analyzes the urban class divide through observation of his childhood neighborhood in Chicago.

The Urbicidal Violence of Massive Infrastructural Construction in Lahore


Presenter: Fatima Tassadiq, PhD Candidate, Anthropology Discussant: Francesca Ammon, Associate Professor, City and Regional Planning and Historic Preservation