Brian L. Tochterman

Assistant Professor at Northland College

Location:
1411 Ellis Avenue, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States
Company:
Northland College
HQ Phone:
(715) 682-1699
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Last Updated 4/11/2017

General Information

Employment History

Adjunct Assistant Professor  - City University of New York

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Brian L. Tochterman | Author | University of North Carolina Press

Brian L. Tochterman
Follow the Author on Twitter Brian Tochterman is assistant professor of sustainable community development at Northland College.

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The Dying City | Brian L. Tochterman | University of North Carolina Press

By Brian L. Tochterman
In this eye-opening cultural history, Brian Tochterman examines competing narratives that shaped post-World War II New York City. As a sense of crisis rose in American cities during the 1960s and 1970s, a period defined by suburban growth and deindustrialization, no city was viewed as in its death throes more than New York. Brian Tochterman is assistant professor of sustainable community development at Northland College. For more information about Brian L. Tochterman, visit the Author Page . Reviews "There is no other study that brings together so many disparate yet well known New York voices under one narrative roof. Brian Tochterman's The Dying City is an insightful, engaging, and provocative introduction into new ways of understanding New York."--Eric Avila, University of California, Los Angeles "Brian Tochterman forcefully shows how New York City has become a capital of contradictions: super-rich yet impoverished, safer and yet more perilous for its marginalized residents, a creative metropolis and a city whose artists can no longer afford to live there.

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Northland College Sustainable Community Development Professor Brian Tochterman will examine prevailing themes found in New York City films from the 1970s on Thursday at The Spot's Cocktails and Culture lecture.

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