As the final project, students formed groups and compared some aspect of urban governance in the three municipalities in which Washington University is (partly) located: St. Louis, University City, and Clayton. This is a curated collection of those group projects.
For more information about the course, please contact Clarissa Hayward, Associate Professor of Political Science.
For more information about this collection, please contact the Political Science Subject Librarian.
Submissions from 2015
An Illusion of Choice: The Spatial Injustice of Housing Choice Voucher Usage in St. Louis, Billie Mandelbaum, Bisma Mufti, Hannah Waldman, and Natalie Kirchhoff
Disappearing Communities: A Study of Vacancies in the St. Louis Region, Sam Klein, Carrick Reddin, Sarah Taylor, and Helen You
Submissions from 2014
High School Athletics: Funding and Resources Available to Student Athletes at Clayton, University City, and Sumner High Schools, Ellie L. Davis, Jordan Federbush, Nina N. Gerson, and Sara A. Jackson
MetroLink Injustice: Case Studies in Three Municipalities, Claire B. Huttenlocher, Madeline A. Wareing, Meera H. Zassenhaus, and Glenna Siegel
Public Art in the Three Municipalities: Form, Function, and Funding, Amelia Farley, Avi Friedman-Shaw, Sophia Keskey, and Molly Remch
Submissions from 2013
Police Treatment and the Sunshine Law, Evan Jackson, Charlotte Jeffries, and BI Middleton