Elizabeth Currid-Halkett on the Resilience of Rural America and What It Means For the Future of the Country
In Conversation with Andrew Keen on Keen On
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In this episode, Andrew talks to Elizabeth Currid-Halkett, the author of The Overlooked Americans, about the resilience of rural America and it means for the future of the country.
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Elizabeth Currid-Halkett is the James Irvine Chair in Urban and Regional Planning and professor of public policy at the University of Southern California. The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, she holds the Kluge Chair in Modern Culture at the Library of Congress. Her research has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist, and New Yorker. The author of three previous books, she lives in Los Angeles, California. Her website can be found here.