The Literal and Figurative Boundaries Between Penn Students and West Philadelphia

@inproceedings{Radjy2007TheLA,
  title={The Literal and Figurative Boundaries Between Penn Students and West Philadelphia},
  author={Yasmin Radjy},
  year={2007}
}
In this paper, I discuss the literal and figurative boundaries that stand between Penn students and West Philadelphia. I begin by discussing the theory behind walls and boundaries, then applying this theory to the urban environment and then to town-gown relations, finally applying these theories to the case of Penn and West Philadelphia. In order to fully understand the walls that stand between campus and community, I look at the history of town-gown relations—both nationally and at Penn… CONTINUE READING

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