CCC Faculty Forum with Dr. LaDale Winling
Racial Segregation and Community-Engaged Research
December 3, 2021 @ 2 p.m.
Dr. LaDale Winling is an associate professor of history and core member of the public history program at Virginia Tech. His research and teaching explore urban and political history in the United States, especially how space, architecture, and geography shape politics, economic life, and daily experience.
Dr. Winling will present some of his recent work, including a June 2021 article co-authored with Todd M. Michney in The Journal of American History entitled, "The Roots of Redlining: Academic, Governmental, and Professional Networks in the Making of the New Deal Lending Regime."
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Readings of Interest:
Winling, L. (2021, May 27). The housing market is booming but remains deeply unequal. The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2021/05/27/housing-market-is-booming-remains-deeply-unequal/.
Chang, A., Intagliata, C., & Mehta, J. (2021, May 8). Black Americans and the racist architecture of Homeownership. NPR. https://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2021/05/08/991535564/black-americans-and-the-racist-architecture-of-homeownership.
Authored Books by Dr. Winling:
Winling, L. (2017). Building the Ivory Tower: Universities and Metropolitan Development in the Twentieth Century (Politics and Culture in Modern America). University of Pennsylvania Press.