SOURCE: Boston Review
by David Alff
Debates over what counts as infrastructure are nothing new and reflect a history of conflict over who should benefit from public works and competing ideas of the scope of government.
An interdisciplinary panel of scholars discusses the contributions of the late MIT urban studies professor Tunney Lee to historic preservation and the relationship of immigrant communities to urban environments.
SOURCE: New York Times
Journalist and photographer Richard Frishman examines traces of segregation and racial exclusion in the built environment of the US.
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