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Friday, April 5 • 2:05pm - 3:25pm
Friday - Who Rules American Cities?: Reflections on the Contributions of G. William Domhoff to the Understanding of Urban Power Structures

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Moderator: David Imbroscio (University of Louisville)

  • David Imbroscio (University of Louisville)
  • Louise Jezierski (Michigan State)
  • Ronald Vogel (Ryerson University)
  • Harvey Molotch (New York University)
  • G. William Domhoff (University of California Santa Cruz) 

Presenters
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G. William Domhoff

Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Research Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz
I continue to work on issues related to urban power from a growth-coalition theory perspective, which I have shown to fit all the "classic" case studies from Middletown through the 1970s. In that context, in 2005 I updated my analysis of Dahl's claims on New Haven with new archival research. See my "Who Really Ruled In Dahl's New Haven?" which concludes that the growth coalition ruled and Mayor Lee and his aides governed. This time I name names... Read More →
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David Imbroscio

University of Louisville
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Louise Jezierski

Michigan State University
I have been a professor at Michigan State since 1997.My MA and PhD are in Sociology from UC Berkeley, and my BA is from Boston University in Sociology and Geography.
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Harvey Molotch

New York University
Professor of Sociology and Metropolitan Studies at New York University, Harvey Molotch publishes across a wide array of topics, including city growth and urban security as well as product design and development. He has also studied arts districts, neighborhood racial change, and the environment. |   | His awards include prizes for Lifetime Achievement in two fields: Urban Studies and in the Sociology of Technology and the Environment... Read More →
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Ronald Vogel

Department of Politics and Public Administration, Ryerson University
My research interests focus on metropolitan governance, global cities, and comparative urban politics.

Moderators
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David Imbroscio

University of Louisville

Friday April 5, 2013 2:05pm - 3:25pm
Terrace Room