Talkings

INVITED TALKS & INTERVIEWS

  • November 2020. Guest Lecture: Resident Management Corporations and Participatory Democracy and Governance, for Dr. Michael Menser’s Economic Democracy class at Brooklyn College.
  • October 18, 2020: Guest on VOICES of East New York with Nikki Lucas to discuss the City’s plans for public housing.
  • September 26, 2020. Speaker at Repairs and Reparations on the Public Dime Rally and Press Conference organized by the Justice For All Coalition. Held in Times Square, NYC.
  • September 24, 2020. Panelist. Virtual Community Town Hall: “A Tale of Two Cities.” How can we respond to the Queens Housing Crisis during COVID-19? Organized by Hope Justice.
  • September 2020. Speaker at #NoRezoning Rally organized by the Flushing Anti-Development Alliance and MinKwon Center. Held in Flushing.
  • August 2020. Press Interview: A Growing Movement Takes on the Mega-Development. By Amir Khafagy for Bloomberg.
  • August 2020. Moderator. People’s Town Hall to Stop Large-scale and Luxury Rezonings. Held online via Zoom. Organized by Justice For All Coalition, Stop Sunnyside Yards, Astoria Tenants Union, Woodside on the Move, LIC Coalition, Flushing Anti-Development Alliance, and MinKwon Center.
  • July 2020. Press Interview: When Rent Comes Due, Residents of Privatized Public Housing May Be Most Vulnerable. By Nate File for Bedford & Bowery.
  • July 2020. Press Interview. CUNY students and faculty call for resistance to layoffs and cuts. By Elliot Murtagh for World Socialist Web Site (wsws.org).
  • July 2020. Speaker. Resident Management Corporations. for JFAC’s Tenant Meeting. Held online via Zoom.
  • March 2020. Press Interview. Immediate Steps Seen for Sunnyside Development Plan. By Sadef Ali Kully for City Limits.
  • February 2020. Panelist. When Your Life Becomes ABD: Navigating research, data and writing. For the Environmental Psychology program at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
  • January 2020. Expert Interview: Funding Public Housing and NYCHA 2.0, for Coro Leadership New York program.
  • October 2019. Guest Lecture: Recalibrating Queens, for Dr. Gregory Donovan’s Mapping (In)Justice course at Fordham University.
  • October 2019. Speaker: Overview and brief history of RAD and NextGeneration NYCHA. Presented at JFAC’s Monthly Community Meeting at the Jacob Riis Center in Queensbridge.
  • October 2019. Speaker: Rezoning “NW Ravenswood”?, for Monthly PS 9 Meeting at Ravenswood Community Center.
  • Sept, 2019. Guest on The Real Discussion with DJ Rock Logic, Gary D, and ESP, a special segment titled, The NYCHA Crisis Revealed. Along with Morse, S., Jamison, A., & Taylor, L.
  • June 2019. Speaker: A Tech Hub for NW Ravenswood? for JFAC’s Monthly Community Meeting at the Jacob Riis Center in Queensbridge.
  • February 2019. Speaker: Updates on Amazon HQ2 and Sunnyside Yards. Presented at JFAC’s Monthly Community Meeting at the Jacob Riis Center in Queensbridge.
  • Jan 2019. Speaker: An Update on NextGen NYCHA. Presented at JFAC’s Monthly Community Meeting at the Jacob Riis Center in Queensbridge.
  • September 2018. Presenter: Tenants Rights in NYC for Take Back LIC Series. w/ Kemp, Y.
  • August 2nd, 2018. Invited Critic for Syracuse Architecture Program, Summer in the City.
  • April, 2018. Guest Lecture: 3 Stories of Environmental Psychology. A Presentation for the Psychology Department, Harper College, Palatine, Illinois.
  • December 2017. Speaker: Changes in LIC. Presented, distributed and discussed at JFAC’s Youth Speakout in Dec 2017.
  • April 2017. Guest Lecture: The Roots and Contemporary Applications of Environmental Psychology, for the Psychology Club, Harper College, Palatine, Illinois.
  • March 2014. Guest Lecture: Community land trusts: Interrupting Inequality. Presentation for webinar hosted by the National Community Land Trust Network. w/ Oakley, D.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Trott, C., Hackett, K., and Dutt, A. (June 2017). Instantiating Social Change Through Prefigurative Methodologies. A presentation for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
  • Hackett, K. (Interactive Discussion Chair). (June 2017). On the Politics and Potentialities of Community-based Research by Students. An Interactive Discussion in coordination with Dr. Carlie Trott and Chris Cavanaugh, prepared for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Hackett, K. (June 2017). Promoting Social Justice through Digital Pedagogy. An Interactive Discussion in coordination with Laurie Hurson, prepared for the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM.
  • OpenLab Community Team and First Year Learning Community, NYCCT. (May 2017). Creative Collaborations: First Year Learning Communities on City Tech’s OpenLab. Presentation with the OpenLab and FYLC teams. Coordinated Undergraduate Education Conference, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY New York, NY.
  • Hackett, K. (April 2017). CLTs as Prefiguration: Postulating the Political Potential. Presentation for symposium entitled Emergent Political and Economic Possibilities of Community Land Trusts at the Urban Affairs annual meeting, Minneapolis, MS.
  • OpenLab Community Team, NYCCT. (December 2016). Showcasing Success: City Tech’s OpenLab as Model of Sustainable Growth. 15th Annual CUNY IT Conference, New York, NY
  • Hackett, K. (Symposium Chair). (June 2016). Democratic Health in an Age of Rising Risk. Presentation for symposium entitled Navigating Risk in Precarious Economic Times, with Ella Ben Hagai and Hale Thompson at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Hackett, K., Saegert, S. and Maor, E. (March, 2016). Interrupting Inequality: CLTs as an Intervening Force in the Social and Economic Reproduction of Disadvantage. Presented at the Urban Affairs Association annual meeting, San Diego, CA.
  • Hackett, K. (August, 2015). Inverting the Gaze and Reframing Youth Political Participation. Presentation for panel entitled (De)constructing Young People’s Political Participation: A Critical Bifocal Approach with C. Trott, J. Fernandez, and J. Tang at the American Psychological Association annual meeting, Toronto, Canada.
  • Hackett, K. (March, 2015). Understanding Youth Political Participation in a ‘Capitalist democracy’: At the intersection of the financialization of subjectivity and resistance. Presentation for the Journal for Youth Studies annual meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Hackett, K. McGee, M. and Zukin, S. (March, 2015). Polarizing Neighborhoods: The Material, Social and Psychological Consequences of Shifting Consumption Landscapes. Presentation for the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, Il.
  • Hackett, K. (November 2014). Paying heed to the role of systemic power in one’s analysis: A case study of youth political participation. Presentation for a panel entitled Speaking of/to Power: Narratives and Power in the Spectrum of Field Research with S. Buchbinder, B. Dubois, H. Jaicks, & R. Wilson at Temple Critical Geography Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Zukin, S., Hackett, K., McGee, M. (August, 2014). Mesocosms of Social Inequality: Consuming New York City Neighborhoods. Thematic Session, Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco.
  • Hackett, K. (2014, June). Contextualized considerations on the political subjectivity of young adults. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Portland, OR.
  • Dozier, D., Saegert, S., Hackett, K., and Marinova, M. (March, 2014). Belonging in US paradigm of propertied citizenship: Community land trusts residents homeownership experience. Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Hackett, K., Saegert, S., Dozier, D., and Marinova, M. (2014, March). Community land trusts: So much more than housing and a twist in the American Dream Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, San Antonio.
  • Holt, A., Hackett, K., and Cotenoff, S. (2011). Developing a community based intervention to increase the health and well-being of formerly homeless individuals living with HIV/AIDS S/A. Presented at the annual meeting and exposition of American Public Health Association, Washington, D. C.
  • Fredricks, J. A., Bregman, A., & Hackett, K. (2008, August). Participating in Boys and Girls Clubs: Benefits for low-income youth.Paper presented at the annual meeting of the AmericanPsychological Association Annual Conference, Boston.
  • Fredricks, J. A., Bregman, A., & Hackett, K. (2008, March). Involvement at Boys and Girls Clubs: Why is there a decline in participation in middle school?Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago