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1869, Ep. 77 with Michael Touchton & Amanda Ashley, co-authors of Salvaging Community 1869, the Cornell University Press Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Salvaging Community: How American Cities Rebuild Closed Military Bases provides a comprehensive evaluation of how American communities redevelop former military bases following the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.

In this episode we speak with book's co-authors Michael Touchton and Amanda Ashley. Michael Touchton is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami. Amanda J. Ashley is Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Community Development in the School of Public Service at Boise State University.

We spoke to Michael and Amanda about how they became interested in what American communities are doing to successfully redevelop former military bases in their city, why collaborative governance is the key to success, and what they would tell communities whose base has been closed or is slated to in the near future.

As a loyal listener to the podcast we’d like to offer you a special 30% discount on her new book. To receive your discount please go to cornellpress.cornell.edu and use the promo code 09POD. If you live in the UK use the discount code CSANNOUNCE and visit the website combinedacademic.co.uk.

Salvaging Community: How American Cities Rebuild Closed Military Bases provides a comprehensive evaluation of how American communities redevelop former military bases following the Department of Defense’s (DoD) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process.

In this episode we speak with book's co-authors Michael Touchton and Amanda Ashley. Michael Touchton is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Miami. Amanda J. Ashley is Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Community Development in the School of Public Service at Boise State University.

We spoke to Michael and Amanda about how they became interested in what American communities are doing to successfully redevelop former military bases in their city, why collaborative governance is the key to success, and what they would tell communities whose base has been closed or is slated to in the near future.

As a loyal listener to the podcast we’d like to offer you a special 30% discount on her new book. To receive your discount please go to cornellpress.cornell.edu and use the promo code 09POD. If you live in the UK use the discount code CSANNOUNCE and visit the website combinedacademic.co.uk.

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