Advancing the Future Urban Discourse

@article{Hyra2015AdvancingTF,
  title={Advancing the Future Urban Discourse},
  author={Derek S. Hyra},
  journal={City \& Community},
  year={2015},
  volume={14},
  pages={254 - 257}
}
City & Community (C&C), while an adolescent at only 14 years old, has already made a substantial impact on the urban scholarly landscape. It has cultivated and catalogued an impressive collection of groundbreaking theoretical and empirical metropolitan, urban, and community-level research on a diverse set of topics including urban inequality and segregation, gentrification, poverty concentration, sexual orientation, immigration, civic engagement, and the use of public space. It has been the… 
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