The Road to Resegregation

Chronicling more than a half century of Northern California history, The Road to Resegregation is the first book to examine the region’s housing crisis comprehensively. In a wide-ranging story that takes the reader from Silicon Valley to the Central Valley, from priveleged suburbs and gentrifying cities to far-flung exurbs, the book examines how and why one of the wealthiest and most progressive places in the United States became an epicenter of a new form of racial segregation.

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The Spatial Contract

Buy the bookRead a blog post by the co-authors on how the spatial contract can shed light on the COVID-19 crisis in America.Book review from Human TransitSymposium in Progress in Human GeographyMUP Authors talk with Matthew Noah Smith and Stephen Hall Buy the Book from Manchester University Press. Or Target. Or Amazon. About the Book Housing. Water. Energy. Transport. Food. Education. Health care. These are the core systems which make human life possible in the 21st century. Few of us are truly self-sufficient – we rely on the systems built into our cities and towns of all shapes and sizes in…

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