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Housing the Nation

Housing the Nation brings together a diverse variety of professionals to create a unique and valuable guide to making vital progress on the affordable housing crisis. — Chuck Schumer, U.S. Senator

In Housing the Nation: Social Equity, Architecture, and the Future of Affordable Housing (Rizzoli, March, 26, 2024), scholars, advocates, and architects assess America’s affordable housing crisis and suggest various strategies to rectify it, including numerous images of important, recently built projects.

Join us for brief presentations, a panel discussion, and audience Q&A about this timely matter with the book editors and contributing MIT faculty.

Copies of the book will be sold at the event.

April 3, 2024
6–7:30 pm
$5 for MIT affiliates
$15 for the general public

This event is sold out.

Panelists and Speakers

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Justin Steil

Associate Professor of Law and Urban Planning, MIT
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J. Phillip Thompson

Professor of Urban Politics and Community Development, MIT
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Alexander Gorlin

Editor, Housing the Nation
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Victoria Newhouse

Editor, Housing the Nation
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Karilyn Crockett

Assistant Professor of Urban History, Public Policy & Planning
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Robert Kuttner

Professor in Social Planning and Administration, Brandeis University