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Curriculum Vitae

The Evolving Terrain of Race and Place (2011)

Michael D. M. Bader Presented at the Annual Sociology Day at American University, Washington, D.C..


Presented as the keynote address to the Alpha Kappa Delta honorees at the annual Sociology Day events at American University, I discuss the continued role that race plays in the geographic landscape of American cities. Moving from Detroit, to Washington, D.C., and ending up in Chicago I present various aspects of my work that show the continued importance of racial residential segregation on racial disparities, the role of race in the formation of residential preferences, and the emerging intersection of race and class in these processes.

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