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2022 ej in harlem studio report 1

Environmental and Climate Justice in Harlem: Interrogating Environmental Histories through Preservation

Using Harlem as a lens of interrogation, this studio explored the historic perspective of environmental racism and environmental justice in NYC through place-focused research, to better understand the land use-related dimensions of these histories, how injustice is embedded and repeated in built environments and policies over time, and how preservation’s methods of inquiry can be brought to bear on this legacy and climate justice-oriented planning.

Kemuning Adiputri, Elaf Alsibyani, Adam Brodheim, Daoxin Chen, Emily Conklin, Schuyler Daniel, Jacqueline Danielyan, Kerrian France, Michelle Leach, Xiyu Li, Winnie Michi Trujillo, Nina Nahitchevansky, Shivani Rajwade, Jerry Schmit, Yinjie Tian, Shannon Trono, Mimi Vaughan, Hongye Wang, Wenjing Xue, Clara Yip, Damiana Yousef, Zihao Zhang, Shuya Zhao

Student Graphic Designer:
Hongye Wang

Teaching Assistants:
Anna Gasha, Ziming Wang

Erica Avrami, PhD
James Marston Fitch Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation
Morgan O’Hara
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation