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Winter 2007

Winter 2007 Philadelphia and Camden

Twenty-First Century Urban Renewal in Philadelphia: The Neighborhood Transformation Initiative and its Critics Domenic Vitiello 7th..

January 28, 2007

Progressive Innovation in the 1970s: Madison, Wisconsin, and the Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies

By Jonathan Thompson Progressive cities in the United States and elsewhere have been most commonly understood as dealing with neighborhood..

January 22, 2007

Papers from the “Progressive Cities and Neighborhood Planning” Collection at Cornell: A Collection and a Class

By Pierre Clavel This collection of articles from Cornell students were stimulated by resources in the Division of Rare and Manuscript..

January 22, 2007

Keeping the Community in Community Gardening: Aqui Estamos y no nos Vamos

By Michael Nairn On June 14, 2006, the New York Times ran an article entitled “Antidevelopment Protesters Are Arrested at Farm Site in..

January 22, 2007

Twenty-First Century Urban Renewal in Philadelphia : The Neighborhood Transformation Initiative and its Critics

By Domenic Vitiello Author note: This article was initiated in collaboration with Rosemary Cubas. It is dedicated to her memory...

January 22, 2007
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