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    The Knowlton School's own Bernadette Hanlon Gives a Public Lecture

    Meredith Garda
    Mar 30, '16 4:51 PM EST

    Bernadette Hanlon, Assistant Professor in the City and Regional Planning section at the Knowlton School gave a public lecture for this semester's Atmospheres lecture series. Hanlon's teaching focuses on the political economies of suburban areas and cities. She also focuses on sustainability, immigration and urban environmental policy within planning. 

    Her lecture and recent research focuses on suburban growth and decline, specifically in Baltimore. 

    She is author, with Thomas Vicino, of Global Migration: The Basics (Routledge), Once the American Dream: Inner-ring Suburbs in the Metropolitan United States (Temple University Press) and co-author of Cities and Suburbs: New Metropolitan Realities in the US (Routledge). 

    Hanlon received a B.A. in politics and philosophy from University College Dublin, a Masters of Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin and a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.


    More information about the school and a full schedule of lectures can be found at

    Previous lectures can be viewed at

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