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Wednesday, July 18 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
How Place Matters: Exploring Double Consciousness in a Racialized City

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This panel presents three papers researching place identities of resident-students attending college in a distressed, racialized city. They examine how the substitution of racial discrimination with spatial segregation has implications for conducting engaged research in distressed cities, experiences of undergraduates, and centering graduate students’ experiences on shared work with faculty.

Lead Author

Henry Cunningham

Director of Community Engagement, University of Louisville


Kathryn Cruz

Rutgers University Camden
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Michael D'Italia

Program Coordinator, Rutgers University–Camden, Office of Civic Engagement
Michael D'Italia is the program coordinator for engaged civic learning for the Office of Civic Engagement at Rutgers University-Camden. In this role, he works with Rutgers faculty and local community and nonprofit organizations to design, facilitate, and assess courses where students... Read More →
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Tom Dahan

Research Analyst, Rutgers University Camden

Brian J Hammell

Rutgers University Camden
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Anetha A Perry

Graduate, Ph.D. Student, Rutgers University Camden
Anetha Ann Perry (affectionately also known as “Sis. Perry”), was raised in Camden, NJ, which is known as a poverty stricken, high crime and poorly educated population. She is currently a full-time, 3rd year Ph.D. graduate assistant at Rutgers University - Camden, Department... Read More →

Wednesday July 18, 2018 2:15pm - 3:30pm CDT