Caitlyn Collins

Caitlyn Collins

Caitlyn Collins, an associate professor of sociology in Arts & Sciences, has focused her career on researching and advocating for policy solutions for working mothers and their families. Now that she’s a working mother herself, her work has new meaning.
Gordon to discuss history of racial segregation, urban inequality

Gordon to discuss history of racial segregation, urban inequality

Historian Colin Gordon will discuss his new book, “Patchwork Apartheid: Private Restriction, Racial Segregation, and Urban Inequality,” at a Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series event at noon Monday, Nov. 6, in Anheuser-Busch Hall. The book documents the history and consequences of private restrictions in greater St. Louis and other Midwest towns.
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