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Pushing Back the Gates: Neighborhood Perspectives on University-Driven Revitalization in West Philadelphia


reviewed by Roseann Liu - September 21, 2012

coverTitle: Pushing Back the Gates: Neighborhood Perspectives on University-Driven Revitalization in West Philadelphia
Author(s): Harley F. Etienne
Publisher: Temple University Press, Philadelphia
ISBN: 143990068X, Pages: 192, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 21, 2012
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16874, Date Accessed: 9/23/2019 5:37:03 AM

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  • Roseann Liu
    University of Pennsylvania
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    ROSEANN LIU is a doctoral candidate pursuing a joint degree in education and anthropology. She is interested in the anthropology of education, urban studies, and migration. She is currently conducting ethnographic fieldwork for her dissertation that examines how the growth of charter school reform has enabled these schools to serve as critical vehicles in local movements to reclaim control over community development. Recent publications that draw from her dissertation study include a film she co-produced entitled Growing Up is Activism and a journal article entitled, Reclaiming Urban Space: The Growth of Philadelphia's Chinatown and the Establishment of a Community School. She has also served as guest co-editor for the Anthropology of Youth virtual issue of Cultural Anthropology Online.
 
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