Common Place   /   February 27, 2014

Thriving Cities on Milwaukee Public Radio

Katherine Wilson (Exec. Dir., Zeidler Center) and David Flowers (City Profiler, TCP)
Credit S Bence

The Thriving Cities Project (TCP), run by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, is a multi-year study on what it means and takes to thrive in today's cities.  Public radio station WUWM 89.7 in Milwaukee, one of the project's pilot cities, recently talked with David Flowers, a researcher currently profiling the city for the TCP.  In the interview, he talks about the value of the project's approach to understanding urban life as well as a series of interviews with Milwaukee residents he is conducting for the project at the Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion.

You can listen to the interview here: