Sep/11
A World (Torn) Apartment: Imperialism, Segregation and Contemporary Policy Responses

The SPURS/Humphrey program is delighted to invite you to our fall seminar series: North American Planning Experience: Is It Relevant for the Developing World?

Our goal is to explore to what extent, and under what conditions, planning ideas generated from practice in the U.S. can travel to cities in the developing world and be implemented effectively. We’ll also consider whether planning ideas, practices and programs are traveling from the rest of the world back to the United States. 

The first seminar is Monday, September 11, in City Arena, 12:30 to 2 pm, with lunch available at 12:15 pm: A World (Torn) Apartment: Imperialism, Segregation and Contemporary Policy Responses, with Justin Steil and J. Philip Thompson, respondent.

Cover photo by copyright JOHNNY MILLER / MILLEFOTO