Author Archives: Inna Guzenfeld

May Breakfast Talk: A Dying Waterfront Transformed with Joanne Witty

BWRC offered its final breakfast talk of the spring semester On May 19. The featured speaker was Joanne Witty, who discussed her recent book Brooklyn Bridge Park: A Dying Waterfront Transformed, co-authored by the late Henrik Krogius. A lawyer and … Continue reading

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BWRC Annual Conference Recap

BWRC held its first-ever full day conference at Borough Hall on March 31, with support from the New York City Economic Development Corporation and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The conference explored the challenges of  “Moving … Continue reading

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2017 BWRC Conference: Moving Goods and People to, from, and along the Brooklyn Waterfront with Keynote Speaker Congressman Jerrold Nadler

Friday March 31, 2017, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 RSVP required via Eventbrite In the mid-twentieth century, before its decades’ long decline, the Brooklyn waterfront buzzed with the movement of ships … Continue reading

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February Breakfast Talk: “Shooting” the Brooklyn Waterfront – Two Photographers Talk About Their Work

BWRC presented our first Breakfast Talk of 2017 with photographers Robin Michals and Nathan Kensinger. Robin is an associate professor in the Communications Design department at CityTech while Nathan is a filmmaker and curator who writes for CurbedNY. Both started … Continue reading

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December Breakfast Talk: A Museum Comes to the Brooklyn Waterfront

On November 18, the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center held its final Breakfast Talk of 2016. The featured speaker was Julie Golia, Director of Public History at the Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS). Golia discussed BHS’s exciting new venture: a satellite location … Continue reading

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