Friday, November 12 /
8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Health and Hazards II : Spatial & Historical Perspectives
Neighbors’ Social Class in Childhood and Adult Health Outcomes: A Life-Course of Place Study in Sweden, 1939-2015 •
Finn Hedefalk, Lund University; Ingrid van Dijk, Lund University; Martin Dribe, Lund University.
The Daily Spaces of Youth: Investigating the Importance of Built and Social Environments to Health in the Industrial City •
Tim Stone, Michigan Technological University; Don Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University.
The “Breeding Ground of Disease” in the Backyard: Segregation, Washington, D.C.'s Inhabited Alleys, and Elite Fears of Disease •
Carolyn Swope, Columbia University.
Disparate Impacts of the Spanish Flu: The Philadelphia Case •
John R. Logan, Brown University; Elisabeta Minca, Brown University.
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