The University of Maryland's School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation Student Advisory Board is hosting their first Open Dialogue discussion — created by students for students. It will kick off with an opening reception at 5:30pm on Wednesday, May 12 in the Architecture Building Auditorium, and the event begins at 6:15pm. The panelists will be Crispin Sartwell and Harvey Molotch. This blog is intended to facilitate discussion among students and faculty about the Future of American Urbanism before the event. We hope you will contribute to this dialogue both on the blog, and at the event! We look forward to you joining us.

Open Dialogue Flyer

Open Dialogue Flyer
Open Dialogue Flyer

Monday, May 10, 2010

Harvey Molotch Articles and Book Reviews

Below, you will find some article titles by Harvey Molotch, most of which link to pdfs of the text. Many more of his articles are accessible through JSTOR, along with book reviews of his work.
Also, check out the library display just inside the entrance to the Architecture Library. Thanks to Patti Cossard, Architecture, Planning, & Preservation Librarian, for putting the display together!

Molotch, Harvey "Death on the Roof: Race and Bureaucratic Failure" Social Science Research Council, 2006.

Molotch, Harvey. and McClain, Noah. "Dilemmas of Defending Against Urban Terror: Heritages of Social Control and Varieties of Intervention." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta Hilton Hotel, Atlanta, GA, Aug 16, 2003

(accessible on JSTOR)

Molotch, Harvey, et al. "History Repeats Itself, but How? City Character, Urban Tradition, and the Accomplishment of Place" American Sociological Review, Vol. 65, No. 6, (Dec., 2000), pp. 791-823.

Duneier, Mitchell and Harvey Molotch "Talking City Trouble: Interactional Vandalism, Social Inequity, and the 'Urban Interaction Problem'" American Journal of Sociology Volume 104, Number 5 (March 1999): 1263-1295.

Molotch, Harvey "The City as a Growth Machine: Toward a Political Economy of Place"
American Journal of Sociology Volume 82 Number 2 (September 1976): 309

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