Eric Klinenberg

Eric Klinenberg appears in the following:

'Palaces for the People'

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Eric Klinenberg on "Palaces for the People."


How Smart 'Social Infrastructure' Can Mend Our Fractured Society

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

While neighborhoods across the country have lost critical social institutions, there are still many physical spaces that serve as anchors for American communities.


Libraries for the People

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Social (and antisocial) infrastructure, and what it means for a healthy democracy.

Is One Really the Loneliest Number?

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

The death of one New York man has reignited a debate over whether a solitary life in modern America is a lonely life.

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For the First Time, America is a Nation of Singles

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Once upon a time in America, marriage was the norm for adults of a certain age. But now over 50 percent of American adults are single.

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During Disasters, Does New York Abandon the Disabled?

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

A federal judge ruled that the city violates the Americans with Disabilities Act by having inadequate disaster response. Susan Dooha, executive director of the Center for the Independence of the Disabled, New York (CIDNY) and Eric Klinenberg, NYU sociologist and author of Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago, discuss the ruling and possible remedies.

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After Sandy: The Seminar

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

NYU sociologist Eric Klinenberg, author of Going Solo and Heat Wave, is joined by two graduate students to discuss their research into NYC's response to climate change and Hurricane Sandy. Liz Koslov, a doctoral student in Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU, talks about her research in coastal Staten Island, where residents are trying to figure out if the government will buy them out of their homes, and at what price. Sociology doctoral student Jacob Faber explains his work on the geography of Sandy's impact, in terms of flooding, access to public transit and problems with electricity and sewage.

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Solo Life

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Eric Klinenberg, NYU sociologist and author of Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone, discusses why living alone is on the rise--and why it is so appealing.

LISTENERS: Do you live alone? What do you find surprisingly appealing about living solo? Do you feel more plugged-in to the city or not? Tell us the pros and cons of living alone. Call us or comment here!

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