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[CASCI Talk] Rent and Loathing in Beantown: Negotiating the Civic Good Through Short-Term Rental Laws and Romantic Anti-Capitalism

October 22nd, 2019 Description In the ideal city, every resident would have a place to live. Unfortunately, we are far away from this utopia due to the limits on space available to residents. Property ownership serves as a fundamental exclusion criteria as it helps determine which residents get to live in the city and which […]

IPAC-CASCI Community Data Event

How local organizations leverage data and information to meet community challenges in key areas such as health, literacy, education, governance, economic/workforce development is critical to how communities move forward. As part of a project funded by the State Library of Pennsylvania, the Information Policy & Access and Center for the Advanced Study of Communities and Information in the iSchool […]