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CORONAUpdate (Week of July 31)

Samyuktha Iyer — August 12, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Representation of coronavirus

CORONAUpdate (Week of July 24)

Asia Hudson — August 05, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

The Sequence of Plunder: A Case Study of Housing Dispossession in Detroit

Troy Distelrath — July 22, 2020

Conclusion of a six-part series: A home for all

Coronavirus under microscope

CORONAUpdate (Week of June 13)

Samyuktha Iyer — July 20, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Coronavirus under the microscope

CORONAUpdate (Week of July 5)

Asia Hudson — July 13, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Representation of coronavirus

CORONAUpdate (Week of June 29)

Samyuktha Iyer — July 01, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

Russ White, Arnold Weinfeld, Charles Ballard, John Goddeeris, Matt Grossmann

Electoral, Racial Wage and Economic Gaps

A new Zoom version of the State of the State Podcast featuring updates on election prospects, economic prospects and landmark new research on the racial wage gap in Michigan.

Run for the Finish Line

Sejal Luthra — June 25, 2020

Assessing the impact of academic probation on student populations at MSU. 

The Sequence of Plunder: A Case Study of Housing Dispossession in Detroit

Troy Distelrath — June 23, 2020

Part five of a six-part series. Two Detroits: Urban Renewal, Eminent Domain, and Dispossession En Masse

Representation of the coronavirus

CORONAUpdate

Asia Hudson — June 23, 2020

Our latest news blog on IPPSR-associated developments as the world confronts the pandemic coronavirus.

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