Place and Prosperity: How Cities Help Us Connect and Innovate [In-Person Program]

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There are few questions more powerful than “Where are you from?” or “Where do you live?” — people are intimately connected to both their cities and their communities. In Place and Prosperity: How Cities Help Us to Connect and Innovate, author and urban planner William Fulton explores the idea of place by taking an engaging look at how urban planning decisions are made, how cities are engines of prosperity, and how place and prosperity are intertwined. Join a conversation with Bill about the importance of place as he dives into his book, which includes a curated collection of his writings from his 40-year career as a journalist, mayor, professor, planning director and director of an urban think tank.

  • Bill Fulton / author

 

 

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