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Transforming cities and minds through the scholarship of engagement : economy, equity, and environment / edited by Lorlene Hoyt
Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press, c2013
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  HT175 .T74 2013    AVAILABLE
Gift from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. McIntyre, 2013
Subject(s) Urban renewal -- United States
Sustainable urban development -- United States
Community development -- United States
City planning -- Study and teaching -- United States
Regional planning -- United States
Strategic alliances (Business) -- United States
Community education
Physical Description xv, 247 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Strengthening small businesses: strategies for makin' a way where there is no way in Camden, New Jersey / Gayle Christiansen -- Leveraging rooted institutions: a strategy for cooperative economic development in Cleveland, Ohio / Nick Iuviene and Lily Song -- Concentrating investment: a strategy for sustainable development in Kansas City, Missouri / Leila Bozorg -- Network organizing: a strategy for manufacturing recovery in Lawrence, Massachusetts / Marianna Leavy-Sperounis -- Citywide retrofits: a strategy for creating green jobs in Oakland, California / Benjamin Brandin and Kate Levitt -- Community/labor/utility partnerships: a social-movement organizing strategy for energy efficiency in Massachusetts / Eric Mackres and Lily Song
Summary "Presents strategies for active partnerships among universities and colleges, hospitals, churches, community development corporations, community foundations, and other rooted institutions for restoring old cities. Suggests a paradigm for graduate education that creates engaged scholars"-- Provided by publisher
NOTE Gift from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. McIntyre, 2013
Alternate Author Hoyt, Lorlene, 1967-
Library donation, 2013

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