HACA  -   BIBLIOGRAPHY & NOTES

LOCAL HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ASHEVILLE RECORDS - PUBLICATIONS LIST
   
BOOKS -  URBAN STUDIES TITLES HELD BY UNCA  (Selected List)
   
Bellush J, Hausknecht M.  Urban renewal: an historical overview. In: Bellush J, Hausknecht M, eds. Urban Renewal: People, Politics and Planning. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books; 1967:3–16.
Bellush J, Hausknecht M.  Relocation and managed mobility. In: Bellush J, Hausknecht M, eds. Urban Renewal: People, Politics and Planning. Garden City, NY: Anchor Books; 1967:366–377.
Bishir, Catherine. W.

 (1985). Early twentieth-century suburbs in north carolina: Essays on history, architecture & planning.  Raleigh: Archaeology and Historic Preservation Section, Division of Archives and History, North Carolina Dept. of Cultural Resources  1985

Bracey,  J.H., Meier, A, Rudwick, E, eds The Rise of the Ghetto. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co; 1971.
Burdett, R., Sudjic, D.

The endless city: The urban age project by the London School of Economics and Deutsche Bank's Alfred Herrhausen Society. London: Phaidon., London School of Economics and Political Science., & Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft für Internationalen Dialog. (2007).

Burdett, R., & Sudjic, D.

Living in the endless city. London: Phaidon, London School of Economics and Political Science., & Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft für Internationalen Dialog. , 2011

Chase, Nan Asheville: A History,
Drake, St C, Cayton HR. Black Metropolis: a Study of Negro Life in a Northern City. Vol 2. New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World; 1971.
Duhl LJ, ed.  The Urban Condition: People and Policy in the Metropolis. New York: Basic Books; 1963
Ernst, R. T, Hugg, L Black America: Geographic Perspectives. New York: Anchor Books; 1976.
Fainstein NI, Fainstein SS.  "New Haven: the limits of the local state." In: Fainstein SS, Fainstein NI, Hill RC, et al. eds. Restructuring the City: the Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment. New York: Longman Inc; 1983:27–79.
Fainstein SS, Fainstein NI, Armistead PJ. "San Francisco: urban transformation and the local state." In: Fainstein SS, Fainstein NI, Hill RC, et al., eds. Restructuring the City: The Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment. New York: Longman Inc; 1983:202–244.
Fainstein SS, Fainstein NI, Hill RC, et al., eds Restructuring the City: The Political Economy of Urban Redevelopment. New York: Longman Inc, 1983
Fried, M. "Grieving for a lost home." In: Duhl LJ, ed. The Urban Condition: People and Policy in the Metropolis. New York: Basic Books; 1963:151–171.
Fullilove, Mindy T. House of Joshua: Meditations on Family and Place. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999.
Fullilove, Mindy T. Root ShockHow Tearing Up City Neighborhood Hurts America and What We Can Do About It. One World: Ballentine Books, 2005.
Garreau, Joel

 Edge city: Life on the new frontier. New York: Doubleday, 1991

 
Gottlieb, P.  Making Their Own Way: Southern Blacks’ Migration to Pittsburgh, 1916–30. Urbana: University of Illinois Press; 1997
Hall, Peter G. Cities of Tomorrow: An Intellectual History of Urban Planning and Design in the Twentieth Century, Oxford: .Basil Blackwell, Inc., 1988.
   
Jacobs Jane.  The Death and Life of Great American Cities. New York: Random House, 1961.
Larsen, L. H.

  The Urban South: A History. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1990.

Lewis, LL. When Harlem Was in Vogue. New York: Oxford University Press, 1981.
   
McKenzie RD. "The ecological approach to the study of human community." In: Short JF Jr, ed. The Social Fabric of the Metropolis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 1971: 17–32.
Morgan, David R.

Urban Political Analysis; A Systems Approach.New York, Free Press [1972]

Robins A, ed . HillScapes: Envisioning a Healthy Urban Habitat. Pittsburgh, PA: The Maurice Falk Medical Fund, University of Pittsburgh; 1999.
Rossi, Peter Henry, 1921-  The Politics of Urban Renewal: The Chicago Findings New York] Free Press of Glencoe [c1961]   
Saunders, J.R., Shackelford, R.N.. Urban Renewal and the End of Black Culture in Charlottesville, Virginia: an Oral History of Vinegar Hill. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Co; 1998.
Shipp SC. "Winning some battles, but losing the war. Blacks and urban renewal in Greensboro, North Carolina 1953–1965." In: Thomas JM, Ritzdorf M, eds. Urban Planning and the African American Community: in the Shadows. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications; 1997:187–200.
Short JF Jr, ed.  The Social Fabric of the Metropolis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971.
Spain, Daphne. How Women Saved the City. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.
Stone, Clarence N. (Clarence Nathan), 1935-  Economic growth and neighborhood discontent : system bias in the urban renewal program of Atlanta, Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 1976.
Thomas, J.M.. Redevelopment and Race: Planning a Finer City in Postwar Detroit. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1997.
Vicino, Thomas J. The Decline of Inner Suburbs: The New Suburban Gothic in the United States
Watkins, BX.  Fantasy, Decay, Abandonment, Defeat and Disease: Community Disintegration in Central Harlem 1960–1990 [dissertation]. New York: Columbia University; 2000.
Whittick, A.   Encyclopedia of Urban Planning. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1974.
Wilson, W. H.

 The City Beautiful Movement. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.  1989.

Wilson, D. S.

The Neighborhood Project: Using evolution to improve my city, one block at a time. New York: Little, Brown and Co., 2011.

   
   
   
   
   
Misc. PERIODICAL ARTICLES
Bishop M..  " Street by street, block by block." Roanoke Times and World-News. January 29, 1995; special supplement.
Davis, Otto A. and Andrew B. Whinston.  "The Economics of Urban Renewal," Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 26, No. 1, Urban Renewal: Part 2 (Winter, 1961), pp. 105-117
   
Link, B.G., Phelan J.  "Social conditions as fundamental causes of disease." J. Health Soc Behav. 1995;spec no:80-94.
   
Parin, C., Jacobs, J.  L’Invitée. Urbanisme. September–October, 1999;308:16–25.
   
Wallace,  AFC " Mazeway disintegration: human perception of socio-cultural disorganization." Hum Organ. 1957;16:23–27.
Wallace, R.  Synergism of plagues: “planned shrinkage,” contagious housing destruction, and AIDS in the Bronx. Environ Res. 1988;47:1–33.
   
UNCA Special Collections VERTICAL FILES
  Crossroads: 'Twilight of a Neighborhood.'   A Publication of the North Carolina Humanities Council. 
Vol. 14 Issue 1, Summer - Fall, 2010.  [PDF]

Includes brief articles:

Judson, Sarah M.  "Twighlight of a Neighborhood."
Gradin, Harlan Joel. "About 'Twighlight of a Neighborhood: Asheville's East End, 1970."
Loughmiller, Karen. "Andrea Clark, Photographer: The Familyof Man/These Were My Roots."
Robinson, Henry. "The Patton Family."
Mullen, Dwight.  "Restoring a Voice: The Case for Urban Archaeology in Asheville's East End."
Betsalel, Ken. "Re-Storying Community: Lessons from African American Stories of Urban Renewal in Asheville."
Griffiin, Pat. "Stephens-Lee High School & the Stephens-Lee Alumni Association."
Williams, Sarah. "The East is Rising!" (East End Neighborhood Association)
Ndiaye, Pricilla. "Southside/East Riverside: Lost -- In the Name of Progress."
Hardy, Robert. "The L-A-N-D."
"Hill Street Neighborhood -- First to Fall."
Jeter, Clara. "Stumptown: A Dramatic Disruption."
Barton, DeWayne. "Burton Street: Behind the Crack Curtain -- Creating a Vision."
Vrtunski, Sasha. "A New Vision Held By Many."
"Historic Agricultural Fair Founded." and "Historic Burton Street Agricultural Fair Revived."
 

LINKS
  HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ASHEVILLE RECORDS - PUBLICATIONS LIST  -- INCLUDES FULL TEXT.
   
  National Housing Act With Revisions to February, 1938 (Washington, D.C.), Part II, Section 9, Rating of Location.
   Urban Decline and the Future of American Cities By Katharine L. Bradbury, Kenneth A. Small, ., Anthony Downs.  Observation: Ninety-five percent of cities with populations greater than 100,000 people in the U.S. lost population between 1970 and 1975.]
  White Flight: Atlanta and the Making of Modern Conservatism
  Encyclopedia of Chicago History
  Edward Glaeser, Andrei Schleifer, "The Curley Effect: The Economics of Shaping the Electorate", The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 21 (1): 12-13
  American Project: The Rise and Fall of a Modern Ghetto By Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh. 2002.
  The Decline of Inner Suburbs: The New Suburban Gothic in the United States By Thomas J. Vicino
   
   
   
 

Forty Years of Urban Economic Development: A Retrospective
http://www.iedconline.org/clientuploads/Downloads/history/Forty_Years_Urban_Economic_Development.pdf

  The Genius of Public Housing - Online video
 

"Smart Growth: More Than a Ghost of Urban :Policy Past, Less Than a Bold New Horizon"
http://users.rowan.edu/~hasse/sprawl/literature/hpd_1104_burchell.pdf

  Ohio, birthplace of public housing by William D. Jenkins
 

Wing, Bob. 1999. What We Need to Do about the ’Burbs: An Interview with John Powell. In Color Lines 2(3).World Wide Web page  http://colorlines.com/archives/1999/09/what_we_need_to_do_about_the_burbs.html

 

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  Crossroads: 'Twilight of a Neighborhood.'   A Publication of the North Carolina Humanities Council. 
Vol. 14 Issue 1, Summer - Fall, 2010.  [PDF]
   
URBAN RENEWAL TITLES - MOST RECOMMENDED  (CORE)
   
  Gratz, Roberta Brandes and Norman Mintz.  Cities Back from the Edge: New Life for Downtown, 1998
  Jacobs, Jane.  Edge of Empire
  Dovey, Kim. Fluid City
  Soinit, Rebecca.  Hollow City.
  Baker, Jeannie.  Home
  Bate, Weston. Lucky City
  Barbash, Tom.  The Last Good Chance.
  Goldsmith.  The Twenty-First Century City: Resurrecting Urban America, 1997.
  Hyra, Derek S. .  The Urban Renewal: The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville. 2008
  Isenberg, Allison.  Downtown America: A History of the Place and the People Who Made It  (Historical Studies of Urban America). 2005
  Jacobs, Jane.  The Death and Life of Great American Cities. 1992
  Cronon, William.  Nature's Metropolis:  Chicago and the Great West, 1992.
  Brunn, Stanley D., Maureen Hays-Mitchell, and Donald J. Zeigler.  Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development (fifth edition),2012.
  Mayda, Chris.  A Regional Geography of the United States and Caada: Toward a Sustainable Future.  2012
  Agnew, John and Luca Muscara.  Making Political Geography, (second edition) 2012
  Popescu, Gabriel.  Bordering and Ordering the Twenty-First Century: Understanding Borders,  2012.
  Miyares, Ines M. and Christopher A. Aimess, eds..  Contemporary Ethnic Geographies in America, 2007.
   
NOTES:
  The Politics of Urban Land Use. Creating a Positive Future for a Minority Community: Transportation and Urban Renewal Politics in Miami.  Milan Dluhy , Keith Revell & Sidney Wong 1 University of North Carolina, Wilmington,   2 Florida International University,   3 University of Pennsylvania. Correspondence to: Keith Revell  College of Health and Urban Affairs, Department of Public Administration, Florida International University, University Park, ECS-450, 11200 S.W. 8th Street, Miami, FL 33199. E-mail:revellk@fiu.edu . Copyright Urban Affairs Association 2002

"Overtown, once the center of African American life in Miami, lost 40% of its population when Interstate 95 was built through the heart of the community in the 1960s. Even though a variety of non-policy factors played a role in the decline of the area, expressway construction and urban renewal greatly accelerated the process. Just as important, efforts to mitigate the impact of the highway were delayed for many years, thus magnifying the negative effects of public policies. The political barriers preventing the redevelopment of Overtown are described and analyzed. The future of Overtown is critically examined and evaluated."

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118919786/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

  CIVIL RIGHTS:  black civil rights agendas encompassed complex issues of urban policy and planning. The structures of municipal governance were also implicated in the processes of urban planning and renewal. Black urban working-class movements challenged the unequal patterns of postwar metropolitan development and can provide insight on the civil rights movement and also on the many urban renewal projects of the late '60's and the '70's.
  Chicago Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers ...
This collection contains minutes, speeches, annual reports, studies, reports, and correspondence dating from 1900 to the present. The materials pertain to Chicago area settlement houses, social work, childcare, public housing, poverty, Jane Addams, and Louise de Koven Bowen.
  Understanding Neighborhood Dynamics: A Review of the Contributions ...

 

  Progress in Planning : Structure and agency in the formation of ...
This is the essence of President Jimmy Carter's much heralded new urban policy, ...... The President's National Urban Policy Report, USGPO, Washington DC. ...
  Morgan, David R. and Robert E. England. (1984) The Small Cities Block Grant Program: An Assessment of Programmatic Change under State Control,  1984 American Society for Public Administration.

"This research considers the issues involved when grant-in-aid programs are shifted from the national government to the states, with special attention to the question of redistribution. The particular focus is on the small cities Community Development Block Grant program before and after state takeover. Certain theoretical literature suggests that redistribution will be more difficult to achieve as the decision-making arena is narrowed. Indeed, preliminary evidence from national data and from a more detailed study of one state shows that a state-managed small cities block grant program is likely to spread funds widely and to emphasize public works projects as opposed to housing rehabilitation and community services. "

Online UN-HABITAT FOR A BETTER URBAN FUTURE : http://www.unhabitat.org/  See:  "More than 1 billion people live in slums and inner cities. The urbanisation of poverty and social exclusion is one of the most alarming trends of the 21st century. It is estimated that 72% of the urban population in Africa, 37% in Asia and 26% in South America live without adequate shelter, clean water or sanitation." < http://www.bestpractices.org/blpnet/BLP/hiphop/hiphop.html>
Online The Together Foundation* and the United Nations Centre for Human Settlements <http://www.unhabitat.org/>. The UN site provides a list of projects from ninety-five countries that provide information on managing urban and rural environments and that suggests ways to improve access to quality housing and other urban programs. * Also known as Paul Garrett's BetterWorld, Paul Goldring Garrett Foundation, Paul Garrett's BetterWorld Together Foundation, and The BetterWorld Trust.
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Urban renewal in minority communities : hearing before the Committee on Education and the Workforce, Urban renewal in minority communities : hearing before the Committee on Education and the Workforce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, second session, hearing held in Washington, DC, September 27, 2000 United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and the Workforce Washington : U.S. G.P.O. : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O., 2000    iii, 117 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
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