This area of the Cyberhood includes books that may be of interest to scholars, students, and practitioners working in communities of color and poor central city neighborhoods. New books published in the current calendar year and forthcoming books are featured on this link.
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Bluestone, B., Stevenson, M.H., Williams, R.E. (2022). The Urban Experience: An Interdisciplinary Policy Perspective 2nd Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Harper-Anderson, E.L., Albanese, J.S. and Gooden, S.T. eds. (2023). Racial Equity, COVID-19, and Public Policy: The Triple Pandemic. New York: Taylor & Francis.
Hoddersen, E. (2023) Community Development in a Legacy City: The Cleveland Lab 1985-2010 Engaged Scholarship, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University
Immergluck, D. (2022). Red Hot City Housing, Race, and Exclusion in Twenty-First-Century Atlanta Berkeley: University of California Press.
Jeevendrampillai, D. (2023). Citizenship, Democracy and Belonging in Suburban Britain, Making the Local. London, UCL Press.
Nightingale, C.H. (2022). Earthopolis A Biography of Our Urban Planet Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Silverman, R.M. and Patterson, K.L. (2022). Qualitative Research Methods for Community Development, 2nd Edition New York: Routledge.
Swanstrom, T and Mallach, A. (2023) The Changing American Neighborhood: The Meaning of Place in the Twenty-First Century. Cornell: Cornell University Press.