DR. GRAY BRECHIN IS AN
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHER AND AUTHOR OF THE ACCLAIMED BOOK IMPERIAL SAN FRANCISCO whose chief interests are the state of
California, the environmental impact of cities upon their hinterlands, and the
invisible landscape of New Deal public works. He received a B.A. in history and
geography, a M.A. in art history, and a Ph.D. in geography from the University
of California at Berkeley with which he has been closely associated for over
forty years. He was the first director of the Mono Lake Committee and worked
during the 1980s as journalist and TV producer in San Francisco.For more information, please contact
Shanley Jacobs at x5681.
What is a city? What does it mean to be a citizen? How do inhabitants of a city have access to water and electricity? Who creates policies to run cities?
Urban StudiesXARTS 007
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