Thursday, November 16 / 1:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Session 46
Residential Geographies and Segregation: 19th Century

Chair: Kelsey Moore, Johns Hopkins University

1. Race and Space in Nineteenth-Century New Haven: A Case Study in Reconstructing Block-Level DemographySean Morey Smith, Yale School of Medicine.

2. Racialized Displacement in Washington, D.C.’s Alley Communities: Tracking the Shift from Micro- to Neighborhood-Level SegregationCarolyn Swope, Columbia University.

3. Mapping Irregular Settlements in Mid-19th-Century New York CityGergely Baics, Barnard College; Leah Meisterlin, Columbia University.

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