2/22-26/21 When Memory is Not Enough
The 2021 Senior Loeb Scholar Lecture features Walter Hood, whose landscape designs are celebrated for their respect for ecological and cultural, contemporary and historic context. Hood is the award winning founder of Hood Design Studio and professor of landscape architecture and environmental planning at UC Berkeley. His latest publication is Black Landscapes Matter.
11/10/20 Loeb50: Design and Activism Now
HECTOR partner Damon Rich LF ’07 and Designing Justice + Designing Spaces cofounder Deanna Van Buren LF ’13 talk with Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron LF ’12 about engaging in activism while being part of a service profession.
10/15/20 The Rouse Visiting Artist Lecture
Award winning chef and restauranteur Marcus Samuelsson in conversation with Thelma Golden, Mark Raymond, and host Toni L. Griffin (LF ’98).
10/8/20 The 2020 Loeb Lecture
Edgar Pieterse, the NRF South African Research Chair in Urban Policy and founding director of the African Centre for Cities at the University of Cape Town, calls for innovations that take advantage of new investments, technology, and local assets and support civic empowerment to respond to the daunting challenges of African cities.
10/1/20 Emmanuel Pratt Lecture
Emmanuel Pratt takes viewers on a tour of the Sweetwater Foundation, a nonprofit based on Chicago’s South Side which engages local residents in the cultivation and regeneration of social, environmental, and economic resources in their neighborhoods. His work earned him a 2019 MacArthur Fellowship.
9/25 In Pursuit of Equitable Development: Lessons from Washington, Detroit, and Boston
A joint venture of the Loeb Fellowship, the Joint Center for Housing Studies, and the Department of Urban Planning.
9/17 50 (More) Years of Fellowship
A conversation between Loeb Fellowship curator John Peterson LF ’06, curator emeritus James Stockard LF ’78, moderated byTau Tavengwa LF ’18.