Lunchtime Lecture Series Event — Race and Space: Urban Planning and the Politics of Place

Date / Time

October 26, 2017 - October 26, 2017

12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The Institute for Research on Race & Public Policy presents their latest Lunchtime Lecture series event, which provides brief but substantive overviews of the research on race, ethnicity, and public policy being produced by UIC scholars and funded by IRRPP. Panelists discuss their projects, explore the connections between them, and use their work as a way to interrogate the themes in race research that cut across disciplinary lines. Lunch is provided.

Panelists include Stacey Sutton, Urban Planning and Policy presenting on “Spatial Interdependence and the Logic of Shop Succession;” Dima Qato, Pharmacy Systems, Outcomes, and Policy presenting on “Segregation, Pharmacy Closures and Access to Medicines on Chicago’s South Side;” and Kate Lowe, Urban Planning and Policy presenting on “Off-Track? The Racial Dimensions of the Modern Streetcar Trend.” RSVP to

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