ABSTRACT

This collection of original essays takes a new look at race in urban spaces by highlighting the intersection of the physical separation of minority groups and the social processes of their marginalization. Race, Space, and Exclusion provides a dynamic and productive dialogue among scholars of racial exclusion and segregation from different perspectives, theoretical and methodological angles, and social science disciplines. This text is ideal for upper-level undergraduate or lower-level graduate courses on housing policy, urban studies, inequalities, and planning courses.

chapter 1|17 pages

Racial Exclusion and Spatial Inequality in Metropolitan America

ByChristopher Mele, Robert M. Adelman

section 1|54 pages

Racial Exclusion in Policy and Practice

chapter 2|18 pages

Homeownership Expansion, Suburbanization, and Residential Segregation

ByGreg Mills, Mary J. Fischer

chapter 3|19 pages

Fair Housing and Residential Segregation

ByDeirdre Oakley

chapter 4|13 pages

The Life Course Perspective in Explaining Racial Residential Segregation 1

ByKris Marsh, Kivan Polimis

section 2|35 pages

Racial Exclusion in the Production of Urban Space

chapter 5|15 pages

Contemporary Urban Development and Compounded Exclusion

ByChristopher Mele

section 3|7 pages

Visualizing Racial Exclusion in Buffalo, New York

section 4|36 pages

Race, Exclusion, and Narrative Position

chapter 7|16 pages

Race and Place

The Narratives of Octogenarian Jews in the Bronx
ByBradley Gardener

chapter 8|18 pages

Engaging Contradictions

Resisting Racial Exclusion
ByLeela Viswanathan

section 5|20 pages

Racial and Spatial Inequality in the Twenty-first Century

chapter 9|11 pages

The Transformation of Exclusion from an Overt to a Covert Process

ByJared Strohl

chapter 10|7 pages

Social Inequality and Spatial Exclusion

ByRobert M. Adelman