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Results for Urban studies. 10 records matched your search request.



Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Jazz, American Studies, California History, Improvisation, Urban studies, Cultural Studies


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B.A. History, UC Berkeley M.A. American Studies, University of Michigan Ph.D. American Studies, University of Michigan


Areas of expertise: Comparative Politics, Democracy, Electoral Politics, European Politics, Urban studies, Labor and Social Movements


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PhD Political Science, Columbia University MSc Philosophy, London School of Economics BSc Economics, London School of Economics


Areas of expertise: History, Italian Studies, Renaissance Studies, Popular Culture, Urban studies, Middle Ages


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Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley


Areas of expertise: History, European Studies, Africa and African Studies, African Diaspora, Colonialism, Critical Theory, Cultural Studies, Feminist Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Urban studies


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B.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill M.A., University of Colorado, Boulder Ph.D., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ


Areas of expertise: India and Indian Studies, Marxism, World History, Colonialism, Labor and Social Movements, Urban studies


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Ph.D, University of Washington, Seattle M.A., University of Chicago  B.A, University of Pune

Chris Benner

Chris Benner

Professor, Dorothy E. Everett Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship Chair, Director, Everett Program for Technology and Social Change, Director, Institute for Social Transformation

Environmental Studies Department, Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Urban studies, Labor and Social Movements, Sociology, Environmental Justice, Globalization, Community-based Research, Science and Technology, Social Justice, Political Economy of Development, Activism


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Chris Benner is the Dorothy E. Everett Chair in Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship, and a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  He currently directs the Everett Program for Technology and Social Change and the Institute for Social Transformation.  His research examines the relationships between technological change, regional development, and the structure of economic opportunity, focusing on regional labor markets... more »


Areas of expertise: Urban studies, Environmental History, Social Theory, Sustainability


Biography, Education and Training

Hillary Angelo is an urban-environmental sociologist who studies understandings of the environment and their relationship to large-scale spatial and social transformations. Her work offers a social-theoretical perspective on socio-ecological questions through both historical and contemporary research on urban greening, sustainability planning and policy, infrastructure, and climate change. Her research is also particularly attuned to the politics of the built enviro... more »

David Gordon

David Gordon

Associate Professor

Politics Department

Areas of expertise: International and Global Affairs, Environmental Policy, Urban studies, Climate Change, Comparative Politics


Biography, Education and Training

PhD University of Toronto, Political Science (2016)                                                                           ... more »

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