The New Urban Renewal
The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville
As public housing is torn down and money floods back into cities across the United States, countless neighborhoods are being monumentally altered. The New Urban Renewal is a compelling study of the shifting dynamics of class and race at work in the contemporary urban landscape.
List of Tables
2 Building a Theoretical Framework of Urban Transformation
3 What's Globalization Got to Do with It?
4 The New Urban Renewal, Part 1: The Empowerment Zones
5 The New Urban Renewal, Part 2: Public Housing Reforms
6 City Politics and Black Protest
7 Racial-Uplift? Intra-racial Class Conflict
8 Conclusion: A revisit of Urban Theory and Policy
Appendix A: Demographic Information
Appendix B: Community Areas in New York City and Chicago
Appendix C: Public Housing Data
Appendix D: The Comparative, Vertical Ethnographic Approach