This panel explores architectures of care in french theories and institutions during the 1960s.
Care for the Polis is an online conference that exists in a multi-temporal and virtual space. The conference is designed to reimagine how medical humanities and public humanities shape, and are shaped by, the city and its diverse publics. In a series of weekly Z-Panels, our invited speakers will discuss the effects of health on the conception of cities and publics—including, in the context of pandemic, the foreclosure of public space and what it means to become an online yet domestic-bound public. Together, we will address emerging concerns such as economic impact and recovery, domesticity and democracy, public care and public reconstruction.
Camille Robcis, Associate Professor of History and French at Columbia University
Meredith TenHoor, Associate Professor of Undergraduate Architecture at the Pratt Institute
Free and open to the public, RSVP required. Link will be sent to registered attendees. Please visit the event webpage for additional information.