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Friday May 8, 2009

Saturday May 9, 2009


9:45—11:45 a.m. SESSION IV: Institutionalizing Justice: Regionalism, Planning, and Government Reform

Itai Sened,WUSTL WELCOME & INTRODUCTION Ralph Quatrano, Dean, Arts & Sciences, WUSTL 9:30—10:30 a.m. OPENING ROUNDTABLE: Justice in the American Metropolis: The St. Louis Case

Justice, Fairness, and Local Institutions: Seeking Good Enough Governance for American Cities Susan Clarke, University of Colorado Redevelopment Planning and Distributive Justice in the American Metropolis Susan Fainstein, Harvard University

Todd Swanstrom, University of Missouri, St. Louis

Challenging Inequality in the New Metropolis Margaret Weir, University of California, Berkeley

Colin Gordon, University of Iowa

Chair: Gerald Early, WUSTL

Chair: Lauren Silver, WUSTL

Discussant: Terry Jones, UMSL

10:30 a.m.— noon SESSION I: Spatial Dimensions of Justice: Thinking Historically and Philosophically About the City

1:00—3:00 p.m. SESSION V: Motivating Justice: Beyond Redistribution?

Public Space in the Progressive Era Margaret Kohn, University of Toronto

There is No Urban Crisis: Progressive Politics and Urban Policy in the Obama Era Peter Dreier, Occidental College

Justice, Self-Respect, and the Ghetto Tommie Shelby, Harvard University

Beyond the Equality-Efficiency Tradeoff Clarence Stone, University of Maryland

Chair: Wayne Fields, WUSTL

Justice, the Public Sector, and Cities: Re-legitimating the Activist State Thad Williamson, University of Richmond

Discussant: Marilyn Friedman, WUSTL 1:30—3:30 p.m. SESSION II: Property, Capitalism, and (In)Equality Liberal Justice and the City Loren King, Wilfrid Laurier University Stephen Macedo, Princeton University Douglas Rae, Yale University Chair: Kit Wellman, WUSTL Discussant: Ian McMullen, WUSTL

Chair: Andrew Rehfeld, WUSTL Discussant: David Robertson, UMSL 3:30—4:30 p.m. CONCLUDING ROUNDTABLE: What Have We Learned? Clarissa Hayward, WUSTL Larry May, WUSTL Chair: Maggie Garb, WUSTL

4:00—5:30 p.m. SESSION III: Inclusion, Exclusion and the Law The Color of Law's Territory: How Law and Borders Keep America Segregated Richard Thompson Ford, Stanford Law School Voting and Justice Gerald Frug, Harvard Law School Chair: Linda Nicholson, WUSTL Discussant: Adrienne Davis, WUSTL

JUSTICE AND THE AMERICAN METROPOLIS Women’s Formal Lounge, Washington University in St. Louis


Justice and the American Metropolis  

This is the program for the conference I'm hosting May 8-9 at Wash U.

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