Episode 24: Intersectional Urbanism

Proof that we have met — twice! (Photo by Conrad Zimmerman)

This past weekend, the Third Wave Urbanism ladies, Kristen and Katrina, met for the second time to celebrate a birthday and record an episode — and promptly had technical difficulties (again). However, we re-recorded this important conversation about so-called “gender neutrality” in cities, and lighting in particular, based on The Establishment article by Josephine Hazelton: .

Join us as we discuss what being neutral even means, the relationship between the paradigm of male-dominated urban planning and women’s right to space, as well as our reflection — and condemnation — of the hateful acts of domestic terrorism that we witnessed in the US this past weekend. We hope this conversation is a light in the darkness, so to speak, and we hope to continue to inspire and inform as we unpack intersectional urbanism together.

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As always, you can keep up with our thoughts and send us your comments on Twitter or Instagram: Katrina can be found at Kristen can be found at



Intro and closing music is “Urban Life” by Gustavs Strazdin used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license:

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A podcast highlighting the new normal of urbanism in our globalized cities, as told by two female urbanists Katrina + Kristen.

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A podcast on what we like to call the third wave of livable urbanism in the 21st century as told by two young urbanists Katrina + Kristen.

Third Wave Urbanism

A podcast highlighting the new normal of urbanism in our globalized cities, as told by two female urbanists Katrina + Kristen.