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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Thursday, April 4 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Thursday - Urban Political Theory

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Moderator: Thomas Lester (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

  • Reconstructing Urban Politics with a Bourdieusian Framework: The Case of Local Low-Income Housing Policy
    Yongjun Shin (Bridgewater State University)
  • Putting the Politics Back in Regimes
    Heywood Sanders (University of Texas at San Antonio)
  • The Role of History in Redistributional Policy Discourse: Evidence from Living Wage Campaigns in Chicago and San Francisco
    Thomas Lester (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
  • Remains of the Progressive City? First Source Hiring In Portland and Chicago
    Greg Schrock (Portland State University)

Presenters
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T. William Lester

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning at UNC Chapel Hill where I specialize in economic development and teach courses in quantitative methods. My research focuses on the role of labor market institutions in fostering greater equity at the urban and metropolitan scales.
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Heywood Sanders

University of Texas at San Antonio
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Greg Schrock

Portland State University
avatar for Yongjun Shin

Yongjun Shin

Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University
I am an assistant professor of communication studies at Bridgewater State University. My academic interests are interdisciplinary, including urban politics, community development, communication ecology, urban informatics, communicative place-making, public policy, etc.

Moderators
avatar for T. William Lester

T. William Lester

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning at UNC Chapel Hill where I specialize in economic development and teach courses in quantitative methods. My research focuses on the role of labor market institutions in fostering greater equity at the urban and metropolitan scales.

Thursday April 4, 2013 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Vanderbilt Room