On November 9th, Professor Roman was a featured panelist in UPenn's annual Norman Glickman Lecture in Urban Studies, with this year's topic focusing on the Ecology of Homicide: Race, Place & Space in Postwar Philadelphia. Dr. Roman discussed how the historical and political context of the urban landscape creates hurdles for effective policymaking around gun violence. The entire lecture, including her comments, can be found on the The Ecology of Homicide Panel at Penn blog