En los últimos meses, a medida que el shock inicial de la pandemia de COVID-19 ha disminuido, los urbanistas han comenzado el proceso de reimaginar lo que las ciudades pueden llegar a ser después de la pandemia. Varios seminarios virtuales de la serie de la Red de Ciudades del BID sobre la gestión municipal de la pandemia COVID-19 en América Latina y el Caribe han abordado cómo … [Lee más...] about El Poder de la Narración de Historias Urbanas
Cassim Shepard produces non-fiction media about cities, buildings and places. Trained as an urban planner, geographer, and documentary filmmaker, he lectures widely about the craft of visual storytelling in urban analysis, planning, and design. His current research project — Self-Help Housing: Incremental Approaches to Shelter Since 1965 — is supported by fellowships from the Guggeheim Foundation and the MacDowell Colony. His nonfiction film and video work about cities around the world has been exhibited at venues including the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Museum of the City of New York, the United Nations, the Pavillon de l’Arsenale (Paris), the African Centre for Cities (Cape Town), and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. His writing on urbanism has appeared in Next City, Places, Domus, Public Culture, as well as in books and catalogues documenting work by Geoff Manaugh, David Adjaye, and others. His first book, Citymakers: The Culture and Craft of Practical Urbanism, was published by Monacelli Press in 2017. Shepard teaches in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University and has been a guest lecturer in the Cities Programme of the London School of Economics and the School of Design at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a Poiesis Fellow at the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University. He studied filmmaking at Harvard University, urban geography at Kings College London, and urban planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.