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Health, Sports & Psychology
Sudden, brutal death; and so many deaths, at one time. What does it do to you to be one of the bereaved in such a traumatic event such as the 9/11 attacks or a pandemic like Covid-19?
Society, Politics & Law
Explore the history of the New York neighbourhood of Harlem to understand why investment can cause as many problems as lack of investment and how this has considerable impacts on the African-American community.
Peter Wood shares his experiences researching cyclists - on both sides of the Atlantic.
History & The Arts
Jonathan Rée introduces the philosophy of Hannah Arendt.
Last night [19th April] the voters of New York took their turn to choose candidates for the 2016 Presidential Election. What did their activity tell us?
Alan Shipman explains why the New York rent control model can't be easily copied by cities in the UK.
Starting a discussion about public space in the Crown Heights Community.
An open conversation about the future of New York City.
A crowd-curated exhibition.
Smashing the myths of the information industry and allowing people to find out for themselves what the 99% movement is fighting for.
A participatory action research project to assess urban youth experiences of education, health, criminal justice and policing in New York.
Where there's a flood, there's a photo-op. But should politicians wait until flood waters recede before weighing in? Perhaps, says Nicole Hemmer.
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