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The Topography of Wellness: How Health and Disease Shaped the American Landscape by Sara Jensen Carr
Through a study of epidemics past, Carr’s book is a major study on how the environment and the human response has shaped the urban landscape.
Mattern’s book emphasizes local forms of knowledge, rather than strictly data-driven or computational approaches, for seeking better cities.
How did the NYC subway closures impact people of color, who are more likely to be essential workers who rely on overnight subway service to get to work? Learn more through this article.
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