Christina Copland is a history Ph.D. candidate at the University of Southern California. Her dissertation, titled “Faith, Finances and the Remaking of Southern Californian Fundamentalism, 1910 – 1950,” ties together Protestant fundamentalism, the urban history of Los Angeles, and the relationship between capitalism and religion. She blogs at KCET.
November 22, 2017
Christina Copland outlines the history of Los Angeles and how its early public transit system faltered, leading to today’s “autopia”. Plus Jonathan confesses to a lifelong struggle with remembering how we name centuries. Find Christina Copland’s work at USC. She’s on Twitter @ChristinaCopla1 and blogs at KCET. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN.