Knoblauch Leads Discussion at National Conference on Planning History
Assistant Professor of Architecture Joy Knoblauch will chair a panel discussion in the 17th Annual Conference On Planning History. Knoblauch will moderate the panel The Cultural Economy of Real Estate and Finance on October 28th, which will investigate the connections between race and class structure to real estate and institutional economies. The panelists include Eric Peterson, Manuel Svartsburg, Sara Stevens, and Rachel Weber.
Sponsored by Society for American City and Regional Planning History, the four day event will be held in Cleveland from October 26th-29th. The event includes round table discussions, panels, and book exhibitions. More information about the event can be found here.