Author Archive | Debbie Harwell

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Now Available: Evolution of a Community

This issue looks at ways our community has evolved in its attitudes, politics, neighborhoods, and culture. In the 1920s or 1930s, an unknown artist painted this futuristic vision of Houston in 1980 that is at once fantasy and truth. Houston has evolved to include elevated freeways that encircle downtown as the artist anticipated, although they […]

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Tracking Houston Perceptions in Remarkable Times

Debbie Harwell and Stephen Klineberg at the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University. A Conversation with Stephen L. Klineberg and Debbie Z. Harwell This year marks the thirty-ninth annual Houston Area Survey produced by the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University under the direction of Dr. Stephen Klineberg. The survey, which […]

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17.2 Table of Contents Evolution of a Community

Download the full pdfVol. 17 No. 2, Letter from the EditorDebbie Z. Harwell 2Track Houston Perceptions in Remarkable TimesA Conversation with Stephen L. Klineberg and Debbie Z. Harwell11All in the Family: The Robinson LegacyBy Justin Thompson16A Look at Fourth Ward Houston, TexasBy Roxanne Quezada Chartouni22New Hope Housing: Creating Communities for Those in NeedBy Natalya Pomeroy27DEPARTMENTS Houston’s Oldest House Gets […]

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Mapping Houston History

Houston History mapping in progress. For some time, I have wanted to map the 350+ articles we have published dating back to 2003. This map represents the beginning of that process, and includes, as of the fall of 2019, articles from the last three years. You to search them by categories, such as Business & Industry, Communities, Culture, […]

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Milestones

Debbie Z. Harwell, Editor We all have milestone moments that mark our personal history – perhaps a wedding, the birth of a child, a career achievement, or, sadly, the loss of a loved one. We also recall historic events that impact our culture. Thinking back to the 1960s, I remember my dad taking me to […]

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Table of Contents 17.1 Milestones

Milestones Vol. 17, No. 1 (Fall 2019)Download PDF    Letter from the Editor2Afro-Americans for Black Liberation and the Fight for Civil Rights at the University of Houston By Robinson Block7Honoring the UH African American Studies Program’s 50th AnniversaryBy James L. Conyers12The Houston Manned Spacecraft Center: The Right Place with the Right StuffBy Calvin D. Blair19Making a Miracle – The Story […]

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