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Would you like to learn more about gentrification and displacement in Mexican-American communities? Take a look at this article by Emanuel Delgado & Kate Swanson

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Gentefication in the barrio: Displacement and urban change in Southern California, by Emanuel Delgado & Kate Swanson Abstract: Located at the edge of downtown San Diego, Barrio Logan is a neighborhood undergoing rapid gentrification. With a host of new breweries, galleries and cafés,… Continue reading Would you like to learn more about gentrification and displacement in Mexican-American communities? Take a look at this article by Emanuel Delgado & Kate Swanson

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Have you ever wanted to learn more about the politics of urban wildlife? Take a look at this article by Christian Hunold & Teresa Lloro to learn more

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. There goes the neighborhood: Urban coyotes and the politics of wildlife, by Christian Hunold & Teresa Lloro Abstract: Coyotes have incorporated themselves into nearly every major city in North America. As apex predators, coyotes’ ability to thrive in cities testifies not only to… Continue reading Have you ever wanted to learn more about the politics of urban wildlife? Take a look at this article by Christian Hunold & Teresa Lloro to learn more

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Would you like to learn more about governance and mobilization in refugee camps? Take a look at this article by Alex Mahoudeau regarding Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. “Who is responsible about our lives?”: “Failing” governance and mobilizations in the Palestinian refugee camps of Beirut, by Alex Mahoudeau Abstract: This article situates modes of politicization based on the unclarity of camp governance in the Palestinian refugee camps of Beirut. After… Continue reading Would you like to learn more about governance and mobilization in refugee camps? Take a look at this article by Alex Mahoudeau regarding Palestinian refugee camps in Beirut

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Have you ever been curious about the link between community mobilization and conflict escalation? Take a look at this article by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye, & Xuelei Zhang

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. How community mobilization mediates conflict escalation? Evidence from three Chinese cities, by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye & Xuelei Zhang Abstract: Urban communities in China have undergone fundamental transformations with increasing awareness of property rights among homeowners. This study investigates homeowner right protection in… Continue reading Have you ever been curious about the link between community mobilization and conflict escalation? Take a look at this article by Xiaolin Wu, Lin Ye, & Xuelei Zhang

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Are you interested in public education reform? Check out this article by Julia Sass Rubin, Ryan M. Good, & Michelle Fine

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Parental action and neoliberal education reform: Crafting a research agenda, by Julia Sass Rubin, Ryan M. Good, & Michelle Fine Abstract: Neoliberal reforms of public education have promoted a role for parents as individual consumers trying to maximize gains for their own children… Continue reading Are you interested in public education reform? Check out this article by Julia Sass Rubin, Ryan M. Good, & Michelle Fine

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Are you curious about what spatial structures may lead to income inequality? Take a look at this article by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson, & Kendra Thompson-Dyck

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Minority-White income inequality across metropolitan areas: The role of racial/ethnic residential segregation and transportation networks, by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson, & Kendra Thompson-Dyck Abstract: Racial/ethnic inequality is a common feature of urban life. This paper attempts to identify spatial structures that contribute… Continue reading Are you curious about what spatial structures may lead to income inequality? Take a look at this article by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson, & Kendra Thompson-Dyck

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “How States Shaped Postwar America”, reviewed by Elizabeth M. Marcello

How States Shaped Postwar America: State Government and Urban Power. Nicholas Dagen Bloom, (2019), The University of Chicago Press, 367 pp., $35.00 (cloth). Reviewed by: Elizabeth M. Marcello, Columbia University Nicholas Dagen Bloom's How States Shaped Postwar America provides an important — and he claims, overlooked — history of the impact of state governments on… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “How States Shaped Postwar America”, reviewed by Elizabeth M. Marcello

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Would you like to learn more about how youth mentorship program help connect social networks? Take a look at this article by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer, & Jeremy Van Cleve

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. Threads across the urban fabric: Youth mentorship relationships as neighborhood bridges, by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer, & Jeremy Van Cleve Abstract: Geolocated interpersonal relationships form extensive networks of social ties in the city. One type of urban-focused relationship… Continue reading Would you like to learn more about how youth mentorship program help connect social networks? Take a look at this article by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer, & Jeremy Van Cleve

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Would you like to learn more about the financialization of single-family rental housing? Take a look at this article by Suzanne Lanyi Charles

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. The financialization of single-family rental housing: An examination of real estate investment trusts’ ownership of single-family houses in the Atlanta metropolitan area, by Suzanne Lanyi Charles Abstract: Single-family rental housing (SFR) is becoming increasingly prevalent in suburban neighborhoods. Historically, small-scale investors have… Continue reading Would you like to learn more about the financialization of single-family rental housing? Take a look at this article by Suzanne Lanyi Charles

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Would you like to learn more about neighborhood selection and race? Take a look at this case study in Los Angeles by C. Aujean Lee

Please enjoy the following article from the Journal of Urban Affairs, available online. “Working towards a better future for ourselves”: Neighborhood choice of middle-class Latino and Asian homeowners in Los Angeles, by C. Aujean Lee Abstract: Homeownership remains the largest asset for families of color and a pathway for socioeconomic opportunities. Latinos and Asian Americans… Continue reading Would you like to learn more about neighborhood selection and race? Take a look at this case study in Los Angeles by C. Aujean Lee