What Can You Learn From a City Neighborhood?
MAY 27, 2014
What makes cities safe? What makes them fun? How do the residents of cities work together with each other and with strangers to make cities work? And what happens when we try to take control of cities?
Join host Janet Neilson as she discusses these ideas with Dr. Sanford Ikeda of SUNY, Purchase College on June 16 at 6:00 p.m. EDT.
(All times EDT)
Check out materials below to learn:
The secret story to be told by a bustling city street
How cities can foster trust
Why cities have historically been a force for freedom
This event was based on the topic of spontaneous order. If you'd like to learn more, check out FEE's learning module on spontaneous order.
Check back soon for a video archive of this event.
Sandy Ikeda's Freeman column, Wabi-Sabi
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