Megan French-Marcelin

About Megan French-Marcelin

Megan French-Marcelin is a twentieth-century historian of urban policy and planning. Her work is primarily concerned with the origins of neoliberalism in the marriage of federal urban aid and local economic development.

Gentrification’s Ground Zero

In the ten years since Katrina, New Orleans has been remade into a neoliberal playground for young entrepreneurs. By Megan French-Marcelin | Originally Published at Jacobin.| Photographic Credit; Real-estate developer Sean Cummings above the Mississippi River in New Orleans. Spencer Weiner This week marks a decade [...]

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