Screening of Exit Zero
a 90-minute documentary exploring the lasting social and environmental impact of "deindustrialization" and its critical role in expanding class inequalities in the U.S.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
5 - 7 p.m.
Lincoln Center Campus
McMahon Room 109
Q & A with: director Chris Boebel & producer Christine Walley
Refreshments will be served
sponsored by: Women's Studies
co-sponsored by: Urban Studies and Sociology & Anthropology at Fordham University
Professor Chris Rhomberg's
"The Broken Table: The Detroit Newspaper Strike and the State of American Labor"
Winner, 2013 Distinguished Scholarly Monograph Award from the American Sociological Association's section on Labor and Labor Movements.
Selected, “Noteworthy Books in Industrial Relations and Labor Economics, 2012,” Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University.
Urban Studies Program
Designed as an interdisciplinary program, Urban Studies offers a broad introduction to the city and the urban environment. Students combine course work and urban issues with hands-on experience in New York City.
A dedicated faculty offer courses ranging from urban politics and community, architecture and the built environment, urban history, immigration and class relations, to literary representations of urban space.
Housing Advocate and
President of Community Solutions, MacArthur Foundation Fellow
“We need to move the needle on homelessness, and we think we can.”
View Moving the Needle on Homelessness
The Urban Studies Visiting Scholar Program is supported by a generous gift from Podell, Schwartz, Schechter, and Banfield, LLP.
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