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Judith Goode is Professor Emerita of Anthropology and Urban Studies at Temple University. Since 1970, she has been doing ethnographic research exploring immigration, class, and ethnic relations in neighborhoods within Greater Philadelphia. She has served on the boards of several community-based organizations and she has contributed to public anthropology through op-ed pages and radio and ⇒ Read More
Although a few Koreans came to Greater Philadelphia in the early twentieth century to study in universities, Koreans became one of the top ten new immigrant groups in the region by 1970. The new U.S.-Korea relationship formed during the Korean War led to increased exchanges between the two countries, and the 1965 Immigration and Naturalization ⇒ Read More
On April 16-17, 2009, a Civic Partnership and Planning Workshop launched the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia project. Links in the program below provide summaries and the opportunity to continue the discussion. Please join us in imagining what The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia might become.
The following panel discussion took place during the Encyclopedia’s Civic Partnership and Planning Workshop, held April 16-17, 2009, at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Please join in the discussion by adding your thoughts below. After Morris Vogel of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum introduced the panel, the first to present was Richard Juliani of ⇒ Read More