• John Joe Schlichtman
    April 20, 2017

    "GENTRIFIER" demystifies the idea of gentrification by opening a conversation that links the theoretical and the grassroots, spanning the literature of urban sociology, geography, planning, policy and more.

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  • Kathleen Rooney
    April 06, 2017

    Kathleen Rooney's most recent novel, "Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk," paints a portrait of a remarkable woman across the canvas of a changing America: from the Jazz Age to the onset of the AIDS epidemic, the Great Depression to the birth of hip-hop. The novel is also the selection for the DePaul Women's Network's spring book club meetings on May 9 and 10.

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  • Euan Hague
    February 09, 2017

    This edited collection of 11 chapters provides an analyses of Chicago in the past 25-30 years. The contributors examine topics such as housing and urban development, racial segregation, environmental changes, changing policing strategies and other topics.

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  • Veronica Appleton
    November 17, 2016

    In a world where diversity is the center of our conversations, our actions and uniqueness, "Journey to Appleville" offers a refreshing tale of multiculturalism. Filled with a mission to entertain families and children everywhere, Appleville is a place of opportunity; where every child can be who they want to be, learn what they want to learn and earn a golden apple for their determination.

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