Leaving poor neighborhoods can change a family’s perspective, study suggests. Program pairs housing vouchers with support to help Baltimore residents feel more comfortable relocating to new homes outside the city, […]
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What happens when the government tries to help poor people move to better neighborhoods?
Stefanie DeLuca and Peter Rosenblatt discussing two decades of urban renewal efforts in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore on WYPR on January 8, 2014.
An article by Ho-fung Hung appears in the November 2013 issue of Development and Change. The article is entitled “China: Savior or Challenge of the Dollar Hegemony?”
Doris Roberts Entwisle was born on September 28, 1924, in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, and died on November 12, 2013, in Towson, Maryland. Doris had a long, productive, and very rewarding career […]
Karl Alexander discussing Missed Summer Learning Spells Out Long-Term Struggles on NPR on August 4, 2013
Memorial contributions can be made directly to the Doris Roberts Entwisle Graduate Teaching Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University. Go to: http://krieger.jhu.edu/giving. Obituary from the Baltimore Sun
In the Season of Marriage, a Question. Why Bother?
Ho-fung was interviewed on LA based station KPFK on the “Beneath the Surface” program about China’s debt crisis on Friday, April 19. Ho-fung’s portion of the interview begins at 43:00.
Study: Record Number Of People Are Cohabitating, Morning Edition, NPR, April 4, 2013 More and more Americans are opting to live together before they get married. That’s according to new […]