Dr. Fullilove’s book Root Shock vividly describes the traumatic emotional reaction experienced by residents whose lives are disrupted by environmental devastation and urban development in their neighborhoods. Dr. Fullilove has conducted research in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, particularly on the impact of urban renewal on residents, including the bulldozing of the lower hill to build the Civic Arena. A new edition of Root Shock has been released.
Join the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work, as part of Pitt Global Housing Summit, for a lively discussion with Dr. Fullilove and the following community and interdisciplinary panel:
Terri Baltimore: Vice President, Neighborhood Development, Hill House Association
Eva Simms: Professor, Psychology, Duquesne University
University of Pittsburgh Professors
Mrinalini Rajagopalan: Assistant Professor, History of Art and Architecture
Michael Glass: Urban Studies
Mary Ohmer: Associate Professor, School of Social Work
For more information on the Pitt Global Housing Summit, please see: housingsummitpgh.org. The luncheon and the summit are free of charge.