Supported by the Henry Luce Foundation with Sponsorship by the Center for Urban and Global Studies Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut April 3-4, 2017 Supported by the Henry Luce Foundation through a grant to Trinity College, the Center for Urban and Global Studies (CUGS) will host an international symposium entitled “Urban Sustainability in Asia: Many Dimensions, […]
This one-day symposium highlights faculty and student research in the interdisciplinary field of urban studies as situated within a liberal arts curriculum. Urban Studies exists as a major in less than a dozen national liberal arts colleges, and only a handful of these schools are urban campuses. In it’s fourth year of existence at Trinity […]
This presentation examines what building a sub-CBD may do in redistributing resources and population from the compact city core of Beijing and in achieving sustainable development by promoting economic growth in the surrounding regions.
The varied western influence on local food and restaurants in Lhasa was explored for this report.
This presentation explores the early impact of the growing Chinese investment from Beijing and Shanghai through the EB-5 program on real estate in New York.
How religious societies and practices were affected during the recovery of the 2015 Kathmandu, Nepal earthquake, and what preparations are in place for future emergencies are a couple of the questions addressed in this talk.