|Part I: Setting the Framework|
|1||Introduction and Course Overview: The Diversity of Urban Neighborhoods|
|2||A Framework for Analyzing Urban Neighborhoods||Ferguson, Ronald F. and William T. Stoutland. "Reconceiving the Community Development Field." In Urban Problems and Community Development. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1999, pp. 33-68. |
Keyes, Langley. "Housing Social Capital and Poor Communities." In Social Capital and Poor Communities. Edited by Saegert, et. al. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2001, pp. 136-142, and 155-161.
|3||Neighborhoods and Community I||Downes, A. Neighborhoods and Urban Development. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 1981, ch. 1, 2, 5, and 6. |
Halpern, Robert. "Introduction and Conclusions." In Rebuilding the Inner City. New York: Columbia University Press, 1995.
Massey, and Denton. American Apartheid. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993, ch. 1.
|4||Neighborhoods and Community II||Sampson, Robert. "What Community Supplies." In Urban Problems and Community Development. pp. 241-279. |
Dionne, E. J. "The Quest for Community (Again)." The American Prospect, no. 10 (1992).
McKnight, John. "Regenerating Community." Social Policy (1987).
Skocpol, Theda. "Civic Dissociation." CommonWealth (2003): 70-77.
|5||Neighborhood Diversity and the Metropolitan Community||Kennedy, and Leonard. Dealing with Neighborhood Change: A Primer on Gentrification and Policy Choices . Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2001, pp. 1-41. |
Bollens, Scott A. "In through the Back Door: Social Equity and Regional Governance." Housing Policy Debate 13, no. 4 (1993).
|6||Community Development I: Origins and Transformations||Yin, Robert K. and Douglas Yates. "Economic Development." In Street Level Governments. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1975, pp. 141-155. |
Frieden, Bernard J. and Marshall Kaplan. "Defining the Urban Problem." Chapter 2 in The Politics of Neglect. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1975, pp. 14-34.
O'Connor, Alice. "Evaluating Comprehensive Community Initiatives: A View from History." In New Approaches to Evaluating Community Initiatives, edited by James P. Connell, et al, 23-63. Queenstown, MD: Roundtable on Comprehensive Community Initiatives for Children and Families, Aspen Institute, 1995.
|7||Community Development II: The Current Scene|| |
Walker, and Weinheimer. Community Development In The 1990s. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 1998, ch. 1 and 5.
Kubish, Anne. "Comprehensive Community Initiatives: Lessons in Neighborhood Transformation ." Shelterforce no. 85 (1996).
|8||Community Organizing in the Neighborhood I||Castells, Manuel. "Neighborhood Mobilization in San Francisco's Mission District." In The City and the Grassroots. Berkeley: The University of California Press, 1983, pp. 106-137. |
Delgado, Gary. Organizing the Movement: The Roots and Growth of ACORN. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 13-28, 63-90.
Hertz, Judy. "Organizing for Change: Stories of Success." Paper presented on COMM-ORG. March 2002.
|9||Community Organizing in the Neighborhood II: The Ricanne Hadrian Initiative in Community Organizing |
Guest Speaker: David Greenberg, PhD Candidate DUSP
|Materials to be circulated|
|Part II: Housing and Community Development|
|10||Historic Perspective I||Marcuse, P. "Housing in Early City Planning." Journal of Urban History (1980): 153-170. |
Friedman, L. Government and Slum Housing. New York: Arno Press, 1968, Prologue, chapter I, and Epilogue.
Sternlieb, and Listokin. "A Review of National Housing Policy." In Housing America's Poor. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987, ch. 2.
|11||Historic Perspective II||Marcuse, P. "Housing Policy and the Myth of the Benevolent State." In Critical Perspectives on Housing. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1986, ch. 14. |
"To House a Nation: An Overview." In The Report of the President's Commission on Housing. (1982) xvii-xxxv.
Keyes, and DiPasquale. "Housing Policy for the 1990's." Chapter 1 in Building Foundations. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990.
Hartman, and Stone. "A Socialist Housing Alternative for the United States." In Critical Perspectives on Housing. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1986, ch. 29.
|12||Public Housing and Community Development||Bratt, R. "Public Housing: The Controversy and Contribution." Chapter 20 in Critical Perspectives on Housing. |
Stegman, Michael. "The Role of Public Housing in a Revitalized National Housing Policy." In Building Foundations. Edited by DePasquale, and Keyes. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990.
Vale, L. "Beyond the Problem Projects Paradigm: Defining and Revitalizing 'Severely Distressed' Public Housing." Housing Policy Debate 4, no. 2 (1993).
|13||Case Study: HOPE 6 in Boston |
Guest Speaker: Deborah Goddard, Director of Development, Urban Edge and Former Director of Development, Boston Housing Authority
|Keyes, Langley. "Hope 6 in Orchard Park and Mission Main." (Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT, 2004). |
Jacobson, Louis. "High Hopes. " Government Executive 1 July 1999.
National Housing Law Project, et. al. False Hope: A Critical Assessment of HOPE 6. (June 2002). (PDF)
|14||Affordable Rental Housing: Preserving the Stock|
|15||Managing the Housing Stock |
Case Study: Managing Subsidized Housing
Guest Speaker: Judy Weber, Private Consultant, Former Director of Management The Community Builders
|Stockard, J. H. "A Guide to Comprehensive Property Management." Delft, Netherlands: Delft University Press, 1992, pp. 1-61. |
Bratt, et. al. Confronting the Management Challenge. Philadelphia: Temple University Press: pp. 69-142.
Keyes, L. "Organizational Issues." In Strategies and Saints. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, 1992. ch. 8.
Briggs, and Mueller. From Neighborhood to Community. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1997, pp. 103-144.
|Part III: Economic Development, Work and Jobs|
|16||Community Economic Development: The Issues, the Record and the Debates - Part I||Teitz, Michel. "Neighborhood Economics: Local Communities and Regional Markets." Economic Development Quarterly (1989): 111-122. |
Wiewel, Wim, et. al. "The Linkage between Regional and Neighborhood Development." Economic Development Quarterly (1989): 94-110.
Bendick, and Egan. "Business Development in the Inner-City: Enterprise with Community Links." Community Development Research Center, February 1991.
|17||Community Economic Development - Part II||Lemann, Nicholas. "The Myth of Community Development." New York Times Magazine, January 9, 1994. |
Gore, Zdenek, and Sleeper. "Responses to Lemann." Shelterforce (March 1994).
Porter, Michael. "The Competitive Advantage of the Inner City." Harvard Business Review , (May-June 1995).
Porter, and Habiby. "A Window on the New Economy." Inc., Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1999.
|18||Sources of Capital||Parzen, and Kieschnick. Credit Where It's Due. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, pp. 1-66.|
|19||Small Business Development |
Guest Speaker: Joe Kresberg, President, Massachusetts Association of Community Development Corporations
|Seidman, Karl. "Boston's Community Business Network (CBN): An Evaluation." Spring 2000 (draft).|
|20||Main Streets |
Guest Speaker: Karl Seidman
|Seidman, Karl. "Inner City Commercial Revitalization Applying the Main Street Model." Paper submitted to Housing Policy Debate. Summer 2003.|
|21||Welfare, Work and Job Training I||Herr, et. al. "Making the Shoe Fit." In Project Match. December 1996, pp. 1-26, and 55-58. |
Dressner, et. al. "Next Door: A Concept Paper for Place-based Employment Initiatives." Corporation for Supportive Housing, September 1998.
|22||Welfare, Work and Job Training II |
Guest Speaker: Sarah Griffin, Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Development Corporation and Independent Consultant
|"Bridges to the Future." Second Year Report 2001-2002. |
"Workforce Development: An Agenda for Massachusetts' Next Governor." Massachusetts Workforce Alliance, 2003.
|Part IV: Beyond Housing and Economic Development|
|23||Crime Security and Community Development||Taub, Richard, et. al. Paths of Neighborhood Change: Race and Crime in Urban America. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, ch. 1 and 8. |
Keyes, Langley. "Anti-Crime and Management Research and Demonstration." In Strategies and Saints. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, 1999, ch.2.
Thatcher, David. "Ties that Bind? Confronting Value Conflict in Community Policing." DUSP, PhD Thesis. 1999, pp. 90-113.
Meyer, et. al. "Bethel New Life: Safety." In On the Ground with CCI's. Enterprise Foundation, 2000.
|24||Education and Community Development||Fruchter, Norm. "Challenging Failing Schools." Shelterforce (2001). |
Jehl, Blank, and McCloud. "Education and Community Building: Connecting Two Worlds." Institute for Educational Leadership, 2001.
|25||Faith-based Organizations and Community Development||Meares, Tracey L. "Churches, Communities and Crime: A Community-focused Model of Faith-based Initiatives." September 2001. (Draft) |
Vidal, Avis. Faith-based Organizations in Community Development. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute Press, 2001.
Skocpol, Theda. Religion, Civil Society, and Social Provision in the US. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000, ch. 1.
|26||Summing Up, Course Reflections etc.|