Shelley Hornstein’s (Faculty of Fine Arts) recent publication entitled “Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place” was featured in an article in today’s Y-File. Read the full article.
York University, through the City Institute (CITY) and the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies (CCGES), is part of a winning proposal for a major new international graduate student […]
Anders Sandberg quoted in Globe and Mail article, "The need for aggregate puts the GTA between a rock and a hard place"
Anders Sandberg (Faculty of Environmental Studies) was quoted in a December 10th Globe and Mail article, "The need for aggregate puts the GTA between a rock and a hard place". […]
Shelley Hornstein, a faculty member with CITY, will be promoting her new book Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place. The launch will be held on Sunday, December 18th from 6-8pm […]
Wolfgang Andexlinger wins "Österreichischer Baupreis 2011" prize as part of YEAN_Network for Spatial Research Studies.
Wolfgang Andexlinger, a visiting scholar with CITY from the Institute for Urban Design and Spatial Planning, University Innsbruck, Austria, is one of the winners of the 'Österreichischer Baupreis 2011', a […]
On Wednesday, November 30, please join us to hear Christian Mettke, PhD candidate at the Darmstadt University of Technology and current Visiting Scholar at the CITY Institute, present "It's Time […]
On November 29, 2011, join us for a special session on the ins and outs of publishing in both scholarly and popular formats. Speakers will include publishers' representatives Douglas Hildebrand […]
The City Institute is pleased to announce the launch of the new website for the Global Suburbanisms project. Visit Global Suburbanisms to keep up with our ongoing research, find out […]
Marianna Valverde (Director, Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, University of Toronto) presents "Exclusion, Expulsion and Extraction: The death of planning? A critical look at some current governance issues." Valverde argues […]
Roger Keil (Faculty of Environmental Studies) was recently quoted in a YorkRegion.com article by David Fleishcer that compares urban sprawl to a complicated Ponzi scheme. View the article.