After he was ordained as a Catholic priest—still seen as a crime—Tobie Matthew Jr. That young man was Tobie Matthew—the future Archbishop of York—and his Catholic parents were horrified when he decided to become a Protestant minister.
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Matthew, of course, was convinced he was right just as Matthew Jr. Father and son were more alike than either would have liked to admit.
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The Divided City: An Urban Humanities Initiative
Louis metropolitan area as one of our research sites, we intend to explore the intersecting social and spatial practices of urban separation locally and globally. Louis metropolitan area as a base, we wanted to deploy a variety of research methods and engage a range of community partners in order to explore the often hidden intersecting social and spatial practices of separation in North American and other global urban environments.
Our primary goal was to bring humanities scholars into productive interdisciplinary dialogue with architects, urban designers, landscape architects, legal scholars, sociologists, and others around one of the most persistent and vexing issues in urban studies — segregation.
We received word in June that The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation had funded our Divided City project.
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Louis suburb just a few miles north of our campus. The protests and the militarized police response over the next year catapulted our city to the forefront of national and international news and brought an urgency to our initiative and a razor-sharp focus to our city that none of us could have predicted in the preceding months. While there have been some structural changes, particularly in municipal policing and court systems, since the Ferguson Commission released its report in October , Forward through Ferguson: A Path Toward Racial Equity, regrettably far too much is as it was and has for so long been.
Thus, as we reflect on the past four years and as we look to the future, we believe that the central theme, which both anchored and animated our original proposal — segregation — is no less pertinent than it was in Galvanized by the institutional partnerships, faculty collaboration, and graduate student cohorts developed over the past four years, and with a shared conviction that we have much yet to do, we recently requested and were granted four more years of support from the Mellon Foundation.
In Fall , we launched the Divided City To learn more about the Divided City initiative, please visit the website, here.