There is an acute housing crisis in almost every American city, but the causes and components vary from region to region. This seminar will explore why the fast-food, fast-growth landscape of Central Florida has less affordable housing than any other metro area, and will draw some lessons about solutions for tackling the challenge of guaranteeing housing security and income equity.
Andrew Ross is Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis and Director of the American Studies Program at NYU. A contributor to the Guardian, the New York Times, The Nation, and Al Jazeera, he is the author or editor of more than twenty books, including Creditocracy and the Case for Debt Refusal, Bird On Fire, Nice Work if You Can Get It, Fast Boat to China, No-Collar, and The Celebration Chronicles. His new book, (from Verso) is titled Stone Men: The Palestinians Who Built Israel.