Social & Education Policy

Gordon Awarded NEH Fellowship

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Colin Gordon, distinguished faculty affiliate in the Social and Education Policy Research Program, was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship. The NEH fellowship is the nation's most prestigious award for humanities scholarship, and will support research for his monograph, Dividing the City: Race-Restrictive Covenants and the Architecture of Segregation (tentatively titled).

Gordon is a leading expert on public policy related to housing, health, wages and working conditions, and economic development in urban America. Read more about his NEH Fellowship and his work here.