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City and Society – Archive


Spring 2016

Thursday, February 25, 6:30pm
Merriweather Library, Jefferson and East Utica
Community Benefits Agreements: Development by the People for the People of Buffalo
Robert Silverman (Urban Studies), John Washington (PUSH Buffalo), Sam Magavern (Open Buffalo)

Wednesday, March 9, 12pm
1004 Clemens Hall
Settler Colonialism in the City: From Theory to Global History
Carl Nightingale, Transnational Studies

Fall 2015

Friday, September 18, 12:30-2pm
532 Park Hall
Davarian Baldwin, “The ‘800-Pound Gargoyle’: The Long History of Higher Education and Urban Development on Chicago’s South Side”

Tuesday, October 27, 3-4:30PM
107 Capen Hall
Brian Milbrand and Grace Andriette

Friday, December 4, 12:30-2PM
532 Park Hall
Works in Progress
Adam Wolkoff
“Every Man His Own Avenger: The Politics of Property Seizure from Urban Tenements to Tenant Farms in the Nineteenth Century United States”