Neighborhoods in England Retain Ethnic Diversity
In contrast, similar neighborhoods in the U.S. tend to become less diverse over time, according to geographers from Dartmouth and the U.K. "In England, we suspect people are seeking multiethnic diverse neighborhoods out because they are so diverse," says Professor Richard Wright. "These places may be stable because they are desirable."

Dartmouth In The News

Dartmouth In The News

Dartmouth In The News

"Dreams die hard. But they may die a little easier when we accept the fact that our grasp of reality is limited, and doesn't always fit our expectations of what should or shouldn't be real."
Marcelo Gleiser, the Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy, and a co-author |