Thavolia Glymph, Duke AAAS & History
The Antebellum Plantation Home: Officina Gentium or Nurseries of the State
Richard Brodhead, Duke English and University President
Fictions of Shelter
Linda Burton, Duke Sociology
Poverty, Housing, Home, and Heart: An Ethnographic Perspective
Patrick Bayer, Duke Economics
The Geography of American Cities and Neighborhoods – Past and Present
Anne-Maria B Makhulu, Duke Cultural Anthropology
‘City of Extremes’: Spatial Politics and the Search for Shelter
Tony Sease, Civitech and Duke Nicholas School
Walkability in the Contemporary City
Beth Holmgren, Duke Slavic & Eurasian Studies
Home for the Nation
Erika Weinthal, Duke Environmental Sciences and Policy
Shelter and Health in Refugee Camps
Ranji Khanna, Duke Women's Studies
Asylum and Hospitality
Andrew Foster, Duke Law School
Affordable Housing: Challenges and Choices
David Schaad, Duke Civil and Environmental Engineering
Intentionality in Design and Development: how did we get where we are and can we keep living like this?”
Manuel Adelino, Duke Finance, Fuqua School
Housing and the Subprime Crisis
Norman Wirzba, Duke Theology and Ecology
Designing Built Environments that Nurture the Sense of Life and Beauty
Welcome to the Duke University Libraries' research guide for the University course, Shelter: Making Ourselves at Home in a Changing World
This guide offers a selection of resources for the world of shelter studies. This "Getting Started" page contains resources relevant to events and readings for this course.
Discipline-specific resources can be found via the tabs at the top of the page.
This guide is a work in progress; if you have any comments, suggestions, or requests about resources to add, please contact me!
In addition to your required readings, these titles by our speakers may be of interest:
The costal skeleton of Shanidar 3 and a reappraisal of Neandertal thoracic morphology
Franciscus, Robert G and Churchill, Steven E. (2002). Journal of human evolution. 42(3), 303-356.
Out of the house of bondage: The transformation of the plantation household
Thavolia Glymph (2008)
The Office of The Scarlet Letter
Richard Brodhead. (1992). Modern Language Quarterly, 53(4), 472-475.
Inequality, family processes, and health in the "new" rural america
Linda Burton, Lichter, D. T., Baker, R. S., & Eason, J. M. (2013). American Behavioral Scientist, 57(8), 1128-1151.
Slum cities [electronic resource]: A shifting world
Films for the Humanities & Sciences; CBC News ; producer, Eric Rankin.
Tiebout sorting and neighborhood stratification
Patrick Bayer, Robert McMillan. (March 2012). Journal of Public Economics.
Hard work, hard times: Global volatility and African subjectivities
Edited by Anne-Maria Makhulu, Beth A. Buggenhagen, and Stephen Jackson (2010)
Companion to Urban Design, edited by Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou‐Sideris
Book Review by Anthony M. Sease. (2012). Journal of Regional Science (0022-4146), 52(4), 717-719
The unsettling of America: Culture & agriculture
Wendell Berry (1996)
Two Waldorf-Astorias: Spatial Economies as Totem and Fetish
Annabel Wharton. (2003). The Art Bulletin, 85(3) 523-543.
Perspectives on Water Governance
Erika Weinthal. (2010). Global Environmental Politics,10(3), 144-149.
Ranjana Khanna. (Summer 2006). Texas International Law Journal, 41(3), 471-490.
The mortgage crisis and its impact on communities and affordable housing
Andrew H. Foster. (2008). Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law, 17 (3), 177-.
Design and Routing of Storm Flows in a Watershed without Surface Streams
David Schaad, J. Farley, and C. Haynes. Journal of Hydrology, 375(3-4):334–344, 2009
Why Don't Lenders Renegotiate More Home Mortgages? Redefaults, Self-Cures and Securitization
Manuel Adelino, Kris Gerardi and Paul Willen. Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 60, Issue 7, Pages 835-853 (October 2013)
A Priestly Approach to Environmental Theology: Learning to Receive and Give Again the Gifts of Creation
Norman Wirzba. (2011). Dialog: a Journal of Theology, 50(4), 354-.