Model Scholar Lecture Series
We invite you to attend the Program on Urban Studies' 16th Annual Model Scholar Lecture, Incarceration and Mental Illness: Lessons from the Los Angeles County Jail, with Philippe Bourgois,…
We invite you to attend the Program on Urban Studies’ 15th Annual Model Scholar Lecture, Urban Alchemy: How Urbanists Can Save Us, with Dr.
NIMBY vs YIMBY: Balancing Neighborhood Stability and Dynamism
Tuesday, November 12, 4:30 PM
Building 120, Studio 40 (2 floors below ground level)
Free and open to the public
We like to think of ourselves as possessing an essential self, a core identity that is who we really are, regardless of where we live or work.
The year 2015 marked the 70th anniversary of the publication of the landmark text Black Metropolis: A Study of Negro Life in a Northern City by St. Clair Drake and Horace Cayton.
Today, poor families are facing one of the worst affordable housing crises in generations. Many are spending almost all they have to live in decrepit housing in our cities’ worst neighborhoods.
The Program on Urban Studies presents Ananya Roy, "From South to North: Struggles for Land and Housing in Unequal Cities."
The Program on Urban Studies presents:
Harnessing the potential of new technologies
Please join us in welcoming Professor Amy Hillier!