September 22: Critique #1 of Vale et al. due by 5:00 PM
SEPTEMBER 23: Urban History
Guest: Alan Artibise
Vale, Lawrence J.
2000. From the Puritans to the Projects: Public Housing and Public Neighbors. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
HD7288.78.U52 M48 2000
Artibise, Alan F. J.
2000. "Cascadian Adventures: Shared Visions, Strategic Alliances and Ingrained Barriers in a Transporter Region." In Mexico y Canada en la Globalization, pp. 383-424, edited by G. Ibarra and Ana Lus Ruelas. Mexico: Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa.
G. A. Stelter and A. F. J. Artibise,
1981. "Introduction." Canada's Urban Past. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Hirsch, Arnold R.
1998. "Race and Renewal in the Cold War South: New Orleans, 1947-1968." In The American Planning Tradition: Culture and Policy, edited by Robert Fishman. Princeton, New Jersey: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.
HT167 .A5769 2000
September 29: Qualifying Paper Proposal due by 5:00 PM.
SEPTEMBER 30: Urban Politics
Judge, David, Gerry Stoker and Harold Wolman
1995. Theories of Urban Politics. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage (Chapters 1-4).
JS78 .T46 1995
1997. Reconstructing Urban Regime Theory: Regulating Urban Politics in a Global Economy. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage (Chapters 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 12).
JS78 .R43 1997
October 6: Critique # 2 of Wilson et al. due by 5:00 PM.
OCTOBER 7: Urban Geography
Wilson, Bobby M.
2000. Race and Place in Birmingham: The Civil Rights and Neighborhood Movements. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.
Wilson, Bobby M.
2002. "Critically Understanding Race-Connected Practices: A Reading of W. E. B. Du Bois and Richard Wright." The Professional Geographer 54, 1: 31-41.
Holloway, Steven R.
1998. "Exploring the Neighborhood Contingency of Race Discrimination in Mortgage Lending in Columbus, Ohio." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 88, 2: 252-276.
Wyly, Elvin K., and Daniel J. Hammel
1999. "Islands of Decay in Seas of Renewal: Housing Policy and the Resurgence of Gentrification." Housing Policy Debate 10, 4: 711-771.
OCTOBER 14: Urban Economics
Guest: Marla Nelson
1995. "The Importance of the Central City to the Regional and National Economy: a Review of the Arguments and Empirical Evidence." Cityscape 1, 2: 125-150.
Savitch, H. V., D. Collins, D. Sanders and J. P. Markham
1993. "Ties That Bind: Central Cities, Suburbs, and the New Metropolitan Region." Economic Development Quarterly 7, 4: 341-357.
1992. "Corporate Service Linkages in Large Metropolitan Areas: A Study of New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago." Urban Affairs Quarterly 28, 2: 276-296.
HT 101 .U67
Coffey, W. J., M. Polese and R. Drolet
1996. "Examining the Thesis of Central Business District Decline: Evidence from the Montreal Metropolitan Region." Environment and Planning A 28: 1795-1814.
2002. "Do Cities Supply Unique Agglomeration Economies? A Case Study of the Accounting Industry in Chicago and Minneapolis St. Paul." Paper to be presented at ACSP in Baltimore, Maryland, November 2002.
October 20: Critique #3 of Duneier et al. due by 5:00 PM
OCTOBER 21: Urban Anthropology: Ethnography
Guest: David Beriss
1999. Sidewalk. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Burawoy, Michael, et al.
1991. Ethnography Unbound: Power and Resistance in the Modern Metropolis. Berkeley, California: University of California Press (Chapters 1 & 14).
GN346.4 .E84 1991
2002. A Community of Advocates: Lobbyists, Social Capital and Homeless Health Care Policy. Under review for publication.
OCTOBER 28: Urban Education
2001. "Educational Ethnography Past, Present and Future: Ideas to Think With." Educational Researcher 30, 8:16-27.
Lauria, Mickey, and Louis F. Mirón
2002. The New Social Spaces of Resistance. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. (In Press).
McNeal, Ralph B. Jr.
1997. "High School Dropouts: A Closer Examination of School Effects." Social Science Quarterly 78, 1: 209-221.
November 3: Critique #4 of Pattillo-McCoy et al. due by 5:00 PM.
NOVEMBER 4: Urban Sociology: Race and Class
1999. Black Picket Fences: Privilege and Peril Among the Black Middle Class. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press.
F548.9.N4 P38 1999
Lauria, Mickey, and Vernon K. Baxter
1999. "Residential Mortgage Foreclosure and Racial Transition in New Orleans." Urban Affairs Review 34, 6: 757-786.
1995. "Dictatorship, Democracy and Difference: The Historical Construction of Racial Identity." In The Bubbling Cauldron, pp. 31-49, edited by Michael P. Smith and Joe R. Feagin. Minneapolis, Minnesota: U. of Minnesota Press.
E184.A1 .B89 1995
NOVEMBER 11: Urban Planning: A Gendered History
Guest: Mary Gale Snyder
2001. How Women Saved the City. Minneapolis. University of Minnesota Press.
HQ1420 .S64 2001
Hanson, Susan, and Geraldine Pratt
1995. "Communities, Work and Gender Relations." In Gender, Work, and Space. New York: Routledge (Chapter 7:185-221).
HD6096.W67 H36 1995
Snyder, Mary Gail
1995. "Feminist Theory and Planning Theory: Lessons from Femin-ist Epistemologies." Berkeley Planning Journal 10: 91-106.
November 17: Critique #5 of Gladstone, et al. due by 5:00 PM.
NOVEMBER 18: Tourism Planning
Guest: David Gladstone
Fainstein, Susan S., and David L. Gladstone
1999. "Evaluating Urban Tourism." In The Tourist City edited by Dennis Judd and Susan S. Fainstein. New York and London: Yale University Press.
G155.A1 T597 1999
1999. "Constructing the Tourist Bubble." In The Tourist City edited by Dennis Judd and Susan S. Fainstein. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
Gladstone, David. L.
1998. "Tourism Urbanization in the United States." Urban Affairs Review 34: 3-27.
Gladstone, David L., and Susan S. Fainstein
2001. "Tourism in US Global Cities: A Comparison of New York and Los Angeles." Journal of Urban Affairs 23: 23-40.
Gladstone, David L., Jane S. Brooks and Bridget Bordelon.
2003. Planning or Not, Here It Comes: How the Tourism Boom
Is Transforming Downtown New Orleans and What It Means for the City's Residents. Manuscript submitted for publication.
NOVEMBER 25: Urban Planning: Theory
Lauria, Mickey and Robert K. Whelan
1995. "Planning Theory and Political Economy: The Need for Reintegration." Planning Theory 14: 8-33.
Hoch, Charles J.
1996 "Planning Theorists Taking an Interpretive Turn Need Not Travel on the Political Economy Highway." Planning Theory 16: 13-37.
1996. "Situating Communicative Practices: Moving Beyond Urban Political Economy." Planning Theory 16: 65-82.
2000. "Communicative Planning Theory: A Foucauldian Assessment." Journal of Planning Education and Research 19, 4: 358-368.
2000. "The Limits to Communicative Planning." Journal of Planning Education and Research 19, 4: 369-378.
Foley, John and Mickey Lauria.
2000. "Plans, Planning and Tragic Choices." Planning Theory and Practice 1, 2: 219-233.
December 2: Qualifying Paper due by 5:00 PM!
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