The urban process encompasses vast structures and practices engaged in creating, extracting, and accumulating value in and from the urban landscape. But what is value and how does it attain its coercive power over urban life? Professor Emeritus Bob Lake explores these questions in his latest work.
He looks to see if there are parallels in the aftermath of the flu pandemic of 1918 and World War I, maintaining that expectations for change are often followed by more of the same.
The Urban Affairs Association is an international professional organization for urban scholars, researchers, and public/nonprofit service providers.
Her research explores urban change, what it is, why it happens, and what it means and has explored gentrification, foreclosure, urban redevelopment, food security, community economic development and community participation.
James DeFilippis, Ph.D. is a panelist at the Urban Affairs Association virtual conference and will be speaking on the theme Confronting COVID, Racial Injustice, and Economic Inequality.
Health in All Policies is a strategy that strengthens the link between health and other policies,enabling people to lead healthier lives.
New post-baccalaureate certificates offer cross-disciplinary expertise in public policy, informatics
Certificates are groupings of specific courses that indicate that the student has developed cross-disciplinary expertise in a particular subject area.
Research: Intersections between neoliberal education reform strategies and social justice, urban policy
The authors examine parents, educators, and students are navigating the radically redesigned landscape of school ‘choice.’
The authors examine the intersections between neoliberal education reform strategies and questions of social justice, community development, and urban policy.