We are thrilled so many of you were able to join us this past Friday for our virtual “Breakfast Talk” — it was a record attendance! Again, we’d like to especially thank our panelists Suzanne Spellen and Raul Rothblatt for sharing their archival and
Join us for a virtual Breakfast Talk on the abolitionist history of downtown Brooklyn!
The recent landmarking of 227 Duffield Street is a signal not only of the significance of this one building but of the importance of all of
Dear Friends of the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center,
When last we met in person (March 6, 2020), we had just begun doing elbow bumps instead of handshakes and had not yet begun wearing masks or keeping social distance—and, we were
Sometimes the stories of failed projects are more interesting than the ones that succeed. Thomas J. Campanella’s book, Brooklyn: The Once and Future City, is filled with stories about dreams for Brooklyn—some of which came to fruition and many
Join us for our last virtual Breakfast Talk of the year!
Sometimes the stories of failed projects are more interesting than the ones that succeed. Thomas J. Campanella’s book, Brooklyn: The Once and Future City, is filled with stories
In collaboration with the Old Stone House of Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center was excited to host an online discussion among several of the artists from the Brooklyn Utopias 2020 exhibition currently on display. This exhibit shows aspects of
Our first online "Breakfast Talk" was a success!
We are thrilled so many of you were able to join us on Zoom for our first virtual “Breakfast Talk.” Thank you for all your great questions and, of course, special thanks