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Housing Needs In Milwaukee: A Summary Of A Survey Of Milwaukee Non-Profit Organizations Assessing Housing Needs, Development Efforts And Collaborative Possibilities, Lynne Dearborn-Karan, Sherry Ahrentzen Jan 1998

Housing Needs In Milwaukee: A Summary Of A Survey Of Milwaukee Non-Profit Organizations Assessing Housing Needs, Development Efforts And Collaborative Possibilities, Lynne Dearborn-Karan, Sherry Ahrentzen

Center for Architecture and Urban Planning Research Books

In the last few years there have been several dramatic changes at the state and city level regarding housing and welfare policy. This report documents the results of a survey of 90 non-profit organizations involved in housing and social service in Milwaukee. The survey was designed to assess the impacts of these policy changes on housing and organizational needs for non-profits, as well as to assess opportunities for university-community collaborations to address these needs.


The Case For Copyright: Protecting Originality And The Architect’S Rights Of Ownership, Robert Greenstreet Jan 1998

The Case For Copyright: Protecting Originality And The Architect’S Rights Of Ownership, Robert Greenstreet

Architecture Faculty Articles

The Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act of 1990 provides valuable protection for architects in a specific condition: It prevents their designs and drawings from being reused without their permission or compensation. Nonetheless, it has raised some interesting questions as to the definition of “architectural works,” what actually merits copyright protection and what constitutes real originality.