The Institute for Public Knowledge, in partnership with NYU’s Cross-Cutting Initiative on Inequality, invites you to join a series of six conversations about the COVID-19 pandemic. Our series explores a variety of social problems that the pandemic accelerated and made more visible, from health disparities to social distancing, urban segregation to the decline of public goods. Each panel features NYU faculty who are conducting research in these areas, and each will be free and open to everyone.
We encourage you to RSVP and join us live to pose your questions directly to the panel. For those unable to attend live, we will record and upload each event to IPK’s YouTube channel here.
Event 1: February 18, 6 PM ET | “COVID and the Climate Crisis“
Event 2: February 25, 5 PM ET | “COVID and Health Disparities“
Event 3: March 11, 5 PM ET | “The Pandemic and Public Goods“
Event 4: March 18, 5 PM ET | “Protest and the Pandemic“
Event 5: April 8, 5 PM ET | “Cities After COVID“
Event 6: April 22, 5 PM ET | “Contact and Distance in the Post-Pandemic Social World“
Photo Credits: PB Miller