“Hidden Slums” commentary by GSU Student

Check out the insightful commentary on Social Shutter by Nia Reed, a current doctoral student in Sociology who also earned her masters in Gerontology from Georgia State University, and a Team Leader on the GSU Urban Health Initiative, a project examining the impact of public housing demolition and relocation in Atlanta.

Hidden Slums of Sydney

Photo by Nia Reed

Explore more about the sociopolitical issues surrounding Aboriginal/Indigenous peoples in Australia  in these Georgia State University Library resources:

Social Shutter (edited by GSU sociology professor Deirdre Oakley, GSU sociology graduate student Chandra Ward, and photographer Angie Luvara) is an online “weekly venue for photo essays and single photos with extended captions about everyday social life.”  Submissions welcome!

About Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh

Team Leader for Research Data Services and Librarian for Sociology & Data Services
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