Conference: "Geographies of Poverty: The Importance of Neighborhoods, Segregation, and Mobility in Perpetuating Disadvantage" Friday, November 16, 2018, 8am – 5pm
Conference: "Geographies of Poverty: The Importance of Neighborhoods, Segregation, and Mobility in Perpetuating Disadvantage"
Campus Location:Student Community Center
Room:Multipurpose Room
Location of Event:UC Davis Campus
Cost:No Charge
Event Type:Conferences and Symposia
Presented by:UC Davis Center for Poverty Research

Join the Center for Poverty Research as we welcome these presenters and explore the following topics:

Decoupling Schools and Neighborhoods: Safety, School Location, Social Ties, and Neighborhood Perception

Julia Burdick-Will, Johns Hopkins University

The Ethnic Segregation of Immigrants in the United States, 1850-1940

Katherine Eriksson, UC Davis

Fair Housing for the Next 50 Years
Paul Jargowsky, Rutgers University

Inequality and Place: Children’s Neighborhood and School Contexts
Ann Owens, University of Southern California

Segregation and the Initial Provision of Water in the United States

John Parman, William and Mary

Urban Neighborhoods and Integration of the Latino Second Generation
Maria Rendon, UC Irvine

Identifying Explanations for the Health Advantages and Disadvantages Experienced by Hispanics in the United States

Fernando Riosmena, University of Colorado Boulder

Blockbusting in Urban Neighborhoods and the Erosion of Black Wealth
Alison Shertzer, University of Pittsburgh

From Immigrants to Americans: Race and Assimilation during the Great Migration
Marco Tabellini, Harvard University

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