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Nature, Planning & Justice in Mexico City and Beyond: A Socio-Environmental History, Nov 12

Nature, Planning & Justice in Mexico City and Beyond: A Socio-Environmental History, Nov 12

S.M. Born Lecture on Environmental Planning and Stewardship presents:

Nature, Planning and Justice in Mexico City and Beyond:
A Socio-Environmental History

November 12th | 5:00pm
Alumni Lounge, Pyle Center
702 Langdon St.
Madison, WI 53706

Dr. Matthew Vitz’s lecture, A Socio-Environmental History of Urban Expertise: Nature, Planning and Justice in Mexico City and Beyond, will offer a new historical take on the production and application of urban expertise through a political-ecological lens. The focus is on Mexico City where rapid environmental deterioration in the first half of the twentieth century accompanied decades of social and political upheaval sparked by the Revolution of 1910.