Seattle area’s growth shows the power of the market, and planning

Professor Emeritus of Geography Dick Morrill takes stock in Crosscut of the forces that have shaped the city, and of the inequalities making traditional housing in Seattle increasing inaccessible. Read the article on the pages of Crosscut .



US Cities Becoming More Diverse AND More Segregated





The Atlantic Cities blog recently profiled a study by Professor Mark Ellis and colleagues arguing that US cities are diversifying even as they are becoming increasingly segregated. As colleague Richard Wright of Dartmouth argues,  “You can have segregation and diversity in the same place, at the same time”. Their research, The Racially Fragmented Click to Read More