Global History Colloquium Series: The Social Geography of Near and Far – Built Environment and Residential Patterns in Mid Nineteenth Century New York City

As part of the Global History Colloquium Series at the Freie Universität Berlin, Gergely Baics (Columbia University) presents his work on residential segregation, food systems and immigration in New York City, drawing upon a GIS methodology.

 

 

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