Detroit-Windsor Discussions: Joshua Akers

Join IN/TERMINUS and U-Michigan-Dearborn’s Joshua Akers on Friday, November 22nd a walking tour and lecture.

Dr. Aker’s spoke with CBC Radio Windsor ahead of his visit to Windsor, while local media also covered the event: view CTV’s broadcast here.

Dr. Aker’s talk examines the material production of decline through a comparative analysis of narratives of the city attached to iconic images of Michigan Central Station and the political economy of the place in which it is located; a place situated within global transit networks and a site central to the ongoing gentrification of the neighbourhood.

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Friday, November 22nd – 1 pm: Walking Tour of Indian Road. Meet @ Lebel Building, North Doors across from McDonalds. We will proceed north for our walking tour of Indian Road and then along Wyandotte to main campus CEI building.

Friday, November 22nd – 2:30-4pm: Lecture by Joshua Akers – Room 2101 Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation, University of Windsor (corner of Wyandotte Street West and California Street)

Joshua Akers is an Assistant Professor of Geography and Urban and Regional Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. His work is focused on the market-based production of decline and the crisis dependency in neoliberalism. Recent work has focused on responses to crisis in Detroit, Buffalo and New Orleans.

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