Jonathan Coppage

Jonathan Coppage is a TAC associate editor. He received a BA in Political Science from North Carolina State University, and previously attended the University of Chicago, where he studied in the Fundamentals: Issues and Texts great books concentration. Jonathan also worked at The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society. Jon can be followed on Twitter @JonCoppage, or reached by e-mail at [email protected]

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Detroit Never Died

When the city government went bankrupt, private citizens continued rebuilding.
Jonathan Coppage September 20, 2016

Words on the Street

The best writing on urbanism from around the web
Jonathan Coppage June 3, 2016

When University Architecture Aims Nowhere

After a century of distractions from educating students, college buildings now have ends only in themselves.
Jonathan Coppage June 2, 2016

Words on the Street

The best writing on urbanism from around the web
Jonathan Coppage May 27, 2016

The Boarding Houses that Built America

Tocqueville's first taste of the United States came via a now-lost defining feature of the urbanizing republic.
Jonathan Coppage May 23, 2016

How to Build Housing From the Middle Out

Fight for your right to rent out your own basement.
Jonathan Coppage May 19, 2016

Is ‘Queen Bey’ a Front Porch Republican?

Lemonade embeds the stadium celebrity back into the civil society traditions of black women.
Jonathan Coppage May 2, 2016

Words on the Street

The best urbanism writing from around the web
Jonathan Coppage April 29, 2016
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