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Real Estate and Race: Imagining the Second Circuit of Capital in Sunbelt Cities
Friday, March 4, 2011 - 12:00pm

 

The Portland Center for Public Humanities cordially invites you to the Faculty Lunch and Lecture Series.

In March, we will welcome Carl Abbott. He will be presenting:

Real Estate and Race: Imagining the Second Circuit of Capital in Sunbelt Cities

Friday, March 4, 2011, 12-1:30pm
Neuberger Hall, Room 445

Carl Abbott (Urban Studies and Planning, PSU) will examine depictions of the real estate development process and industry in four novels set in the American Southwest: T. C. Boyle, The Tortilla Curtain; Rudolfo Anaya, Alburquerque; Leslie Marmon Silko, Almanac of the Dead; and John Nichols, The Milagro Beanfield War.

This event is part of the Faculty Lunch and Lecture Series sponsored by the Portland Center for Public Humanities.

If you have questions concerning access or accommodations for a disability please contact us at publichumanities@pdx.edu. Early requests are encouraged; a week will generally allow us to provide seamless access.