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Review of Bike Lanes are White Lanes

Hoffmann, Melody L. Bike Lanes Are White Lanes: Bicycle Advocacy and Urban Planning. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2016. Pp. 210. Notes, bibliography, and index. 1,662 more words

Book Review

Communication and the City conference: report from Seoul

This past June I was in Seoul, South Korea for the Communication and the City conference. The event was held at Yonsei University and co-sponsored by the Yonsei Communication Research Institute and the Urban Communication Foundation. 238 more words

Cities

Hamburg, Germany | Core Course Week

A major part of life at DIS is your core course, an intensive class that you travel with twice during the semester. I chose “Why Cities Matter,” which is a urban studies class about how cities form and how they impact the lives of the people who live there. 377 more words

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Hampshire College Assistant Professorship in Diasporic Youth Studies

Deadline: November 1

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “We seek scholars with experience investigating young people’s cultural, social, and political engagements in and across community, national, and/or transnational spaces. 86 more words

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PUP 494: Short Essay #5: Discrimination and Exposure in South Phoenix

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PUP 494: Short Essay #5: Discrimination and Exposure in South Phoenix

After reading the article “The Geography of Despair: Environmental Racism and the Making of South Phoenix” by Bolin et al., write a short essay that responds to the following: 126 more words

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La transformation administrative des espaces septentrionaux Libyens

With apologies for the long silence on this blog, we get back on track with this article:

Tomaso Palmieri, “La transformation administrative des espaces septentrionaux Libyens au lendemain de la répression de l’Italie fasciste (1934-1940)” , In… 63 more words

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Research: Visualizing Chicago's People's Park in the Archives

Two weeks in the Special Collections at UIC’s Richard Daley Library as a Short-Term Travel Fellow have resulted in significant finds for my dissertation on illegal activist-created parks in the late-1960s and early-1970s.  759 more words

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