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Thursday, April 4 • 9:15am - 10:35am
Thursday - Community Organizations: Contestation, Collaboration, and Institutionalization

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Moderator: Leigh Graham (City University of New York)

  • The Emergent City: Community Organizations and the Production of Place
    Ryan Good (Rutgers University)
  • Learning from Lafitte: The Institutionalization of Community Development and the Emergence of Urban Human Rights Activism
    Leigh Graham (City University of New York)
  • Public and Political Recognition as a Low-Income Neighborhood: The Short-Term Gains and Long-Term Losses of Exclusionary Tactics
    Naomi McCormick (University of Chicago)
  • Community Development and Mass Incarceration: Intersections and Implications
    Ryan Lugalia-Hollon (University of Illinois at Chicago), Daniel Cooper (The Adler School of Professional Psychology)
  • Nonviolent Dynamics? Spirituality, Planning, and Low-Income Housing Demands
    Deshonay Dozier (Graduate Center, City University of New York)

Presenters
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Deshonay Dozier

City University of New York - Graduate Center
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Ryan M. Good

Part-Time Lecturer, Rutgers University
I hold a Ph.D. in Planning and Public Policy from the Bloustein School at Rutgers University. My interests lie in the areas of community development, place-based organizations, and the politics of neighborhood identity. In my dissertation, I studied how local stakeholders invoked... Read More →
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Leigh Graham

Assistant Professor, Urban Policy & Planning, John Jay College & The Grad Center, CUNY
Urban politics, esp. risk and resilience, disaster recovery and climate change adaptation, urban development conflicts, race and class inequality, public housing
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Ryan Lugalia-Hollon

University of Illinois at Chicago
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Naomi McCormick

University of Chicago

Co-Authors
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Daniel Cooper

Adler School of Professional Psychology

Moderators
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Leigh Graham

Assistant Professor, Urban Policy & Planning, John Jay College & The Grad Center, CUNY
Urban politics, esp. risk and resilience, disaster recovery and climate change adaptation, urban development conflicts, race and class inequality, public housing

Thursday April 4, 2013 9:15am - 10:35am PDT
Pavillion Room