I traveled to Vienna in July/August 2017 to get a feel for the city and see for myself what Vienna’s social housing looks like on the ground, as well as to learn from the perspective of people living there. Photos from that trip are interspersed throughout this post to give Continue Reading
As geographers we are always reminded that our maps are inherently distorted in some way, whether it’s in shape, distance, or size. Mapmakers have the power to decide what gets included and what gets left out order to tell the most compelling and useful story. Tracking the history of housing Continue Reading
GENTRIFIER By John Joe Schlichtman, Jason Patch, and Marc Lamont Hill Foreword by Peter Marcuse UTP Insights University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division © 2017 World Rights 256 Pages If you are reading this review, there is a good chance that you may be a gentrifier. Hopefully it also Continue Reading
The purpose of this postcard was to advertise the newly-created Pennypack in the Delaware park. Because the Fairmount Park system in Philadelphia is so expansive, I focused on the excellent birding opportunities in this particular park due to its location – there are eagles’ nests here!