Bennett, Larry

Alec Bennett

Larry Bennett teaches in the Political Science Department of DePaul University.  His most recent books are two co-edited volumes, The New Chicago:  A Social and Cultural Analysis (Temple University Press, 2006) and Where Are Poor People to Live?: Transforming Public Housing Communities (M.E. Sharpe, 2006).  Professor Bennett is co-editor of the book series Urban Life, Landscapes, and Policy, published by Temple University Press.  For many years he has served as a board member of one of Chicago’s leading neighborhood economic development non-profit organizations, The LEED Council.

On Rorotoko:

On his book The Third City: Chicago and American Urbanism
(Our Cover Feature of November 30, 2010)