A new guidebook locates residents’ struggles to make and remake New York City in the image of their own needs and desires.
Two scholars navigate the myths and abstractions attached to marginalized urban neighborhoods, bridging the distance between narratives imposed from outside and residents' experiences and spatial practices.
An artist and an architect collaborate to visualize the landscapes along New York City’s perimeter, depicting a city rarely seen or heard.
An artist and a historian talk trees: What they mean, and what it takes to get city-dwellers to see them clearly.
This is what democracy looks like: not only public squares, but office buildings. In the Lower East Side, the Peace Pentagon was the source point for four decades of resistance.