June 2019 issue of City & Community

City & Community Vol. 18, No 2. This issue has a symposium reflecting on Nathan Glazer’s work with essays by Phil Kasinitz, Tomeka Davis, Richard Alba, Aldon Morris, and Mary Waters.


The Growth Machine Across the United States: Business Actors’ Influence on Communities’ Economic Development and Limited‐Government Austerity Policies

• Lazarus Adua
• Linda Lobao

Talk on the Playground: The Neighborhood Context of School Choice

• Michael D. M. Bader
• Annette Lareau
• Shani A. Evans

Double Minority Status and Neighborhoods: Examining the Primacy of Race in Black Immigrants’ Racial and Socioeconomic Segregation

• Rebbeca Tesfai

Disentangling the Effects of Race and Place in Economic Transactions: Findings from an Online Field Experiment

• Max Besbris
• Jacob William Faber
• Patrick Sharkey

Why Poor Families Move (And Where They Go): Reactive Mobility and Residential Decisions

• Stefanie DeLuca
• Holly Wood
• Peter Rosenblatt

Going Easy and Going After: Building Inspections and the Selective Allocation of Code Violations

• Robin Bartram

Japanese Gentrification from a Local Community Perspective

• Meriç Kırmızı

Serial Filing: How Landlords Use the Threat of Eviction

• Philip ME Garboden
• Eva Rosen

Racial/Ethnic Hierarchy and Urban Labor Market Inequality: Four Poignant Historical Cases

• Salvatore J. Restifo
• Vincent J. Roscigno
• Lora A. Phillips

Uneven Neighborhood Recovery: Hurricane Damage and Neighborhood Change in the Houston–Galveston Region Since 1970

• Christopher K. Wyczalkowski
• Eric J. van Holm
• Ann‐Margaret Esnard
• Betty S. Lai

Making Homes Unhomely: The Politics of Displacement in a Gentrifying Neighborhood in Chicago

• Efadul Huq
• Stacy Anne Harwood

Book Reviews

A Place to Call Home: Immigrant Exclusion and Urban Belonging in New York, Paris, and Barcelona, by Ernesto Castaneda. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018. 186 pp. ISBN‐13 9781503604780 cloth; 9781503605763 paper. $24.95.

• Hilary Silver

The Neighborhood Has Its Own Rules: Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles, by Martinez, Cid Gregory. New York: New York University Press, 2016. ISBN: 9780814762844; 238 pp. $28 paper back.

• Bonnie H. Ip

Sites Unseen: Uncovering Hidden Hazards in American Cities, by Frickel, Scott and Elliott, James R.. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation, ISBN 9780871544285; 154 pp. $29.95 paperback

• Jacob Lederman

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