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How is technology impacting social and economic divisions in cities? Meeting of the Minds Blog, April 2, 2013
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US Department of Housing and Urban Development, June 22 2011
BOOK CHAPTERS AND JOURNAL ARTICLES
Forward to R. Axelroth Hodges and S. Dubb, The Road Half-Traveled University Engagement at a Crossroads, Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2012
“Atlanta,” “Avery Brundage,” “Caribbean Relations,” “Highways,” “The Olympics,” and “Suburbs and Edge Cities” in G. McDonogh, ed., The Routledge Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Culture, New York and London: Routledge, 2001.
“Capitalizing on Havana: The Return of the Repressed in a Late Socialist City,” in G. Bridge and S.Watson, eds., The Companion to the City, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 2000.
“Making Place in the Nonplace Urban Realm: Notes on the Revitalization of Downtown Atlanta,”
in S. Low, ed., Theorizing the City, Rutgers University Press, 1999.
“Beyond the Radiant Garden City Beautiful: Making Sense of the New Urbanism,” City and Society, 1997:117–134. “How Atlanta Lost the Olympics,” The New Statesman, 19 July 1996 125/4293:28–29.
“Mapping Contested Terrains: Schoolrooms and Streetcorners in Urban Belize,” in R. Rotenberg and G. McDonogh, eds., The Cultural Meaning of Urban Space, 1993, Boulder: Greenwood Press.
“The Structure of Belizean Society,” in T. Merrill, ed., Belize and Guyana: Country Studies, Washington DC: Library of Congress Federal Research Division, 1992.