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A Neighborhood That Never Changes

We chose the book A Neighborhood That Never Changes, by Japonica Brown-Saracino and explore how nostalgia and authenticity play a role in how people move into and out of neighborhoods. Brown-Saracino studies residents in four different neighborhoods, redefines types of newcomers and how they interact with the standing neighborhood and neighbors. This ethnography, has much to say to people and the places they live.

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The FEVS is sexy

Resh’s article garners professional attention – strengthening scholarly-practitioner relationships and making governance more effective An article in the May/June issue (V75.3) of Public Administration Review, is garnering media…
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A Neighborhood That Never Changes

We chose the book A Neighborhood That Never Changes, by Japonica Brown-Saracino and explore how nostalgia and authenticity play a role in how people move into and out of neighborhoods. Brown-Saracino studies residents in four different neighborhoods, redefines types of newcomers and how they interact with the standing neighborhood and neighbors. This ethnography, has much to say to people and the places they live.

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