Behold, Urbanists: “The UHA 2020 Detroit Spreadsheet”

Editor’s note: Michael Brickey’s post below is, of course, a reminder to check out the CFP for #UHA2020 in Detroit. If you’re reading this, consider submitting! You can check out the CFP here. By Michael Brickey Last week, Kate Carpenter posted this to Twitter: Still feeling inspired by #WHA2019 and seeing chatter about #WHA2020 panels, […]

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Member of the Week: Jacob Bruggeman

Jacob Bruggeman University of Cambridge Darwin College @jacob_bruggeman Describe your current research. What about it drew your interest?  My current research is on the construction of narratives about economic inequality in the long 20th century. For my M.Phil. dissertation, I am examining how Margaret Thatcher’s descriptions of economic inequality drew upon Victorian narratives about poverty. […]

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A Socialist Oasis in Detroit in the 1970s?

Editor’s Note: Socialists in cities have imagined, formulated, and attempted to create a conception of urban space that revolved around their ideological principals and ideas. Urban socialist experiments took on many forms and have had a varying rate of success and failure. Each case demonstrates how crucial alternative conceptions to the political economy of capitalist […]

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