"The Seattle way": urban governance before and during Amazon's boom
A Multifaceted Comparison of Concentrated and Distributed Solar Power
Assessing the arterials: environmental impacts and injustice along Poughkeepsie's east-west arterial roads
Can You Get There From Here? Creating a User-Friendly Mobility Experience for Dutchess County
Lived Extractive Experiences and the Creation of Sacrifice Zones in Rural Communities
Making sustainability a part of campus culture: an analysis of social movements through a case study of Vassar College sustainability
Shifting Gears: Approaches to Bicycle Activism in New York City
This thesis aims to identify the different mechanisms at play within varying types of bicycle activism in New York City. Through an examination of three case studies – a grassroots group, a non-profit organization, and an institutional program – I...
Sowing seeds of resistance
Tempelhofer Feld and the Right to the City: Towards Better Democracies in Berlin
Tempelhof, a field dating to Prussia and earlier, served the national socialists as an airport and site of oppression, as well as a lifeline for the allies in the iconic Berlin Airlift, bringing food to the residents of West Berlin...
The Apple May Fall Far from the Tree: The Effects of Agricultural Tourism on Sense of Place and Authenticity for Small Farmers in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
The Poughkeepsie Farmers Market: Whiteness and the Logic of Food Access
The Poughkeepsie Farmers Market was the epitome of the Poughkeepsie Farm Project's mission to create a "just and sustainable food system in the Hudson Valley." While farm itself had been operating for many years prior to the program, it had...
The role of agricultural science in the Washington state apple industry: extension, education, and its environmental health consequences
Thinking Small: How can solar microgrids facilitate an equitable transformation of the US energy system?
This land is your land: the socionatural construction of the socialist party of Oklahoma, 1907-1922
White Food, Black Spaces: Food, Privilege, And Gentrification In Crown Heights, Brooklyn
This project seeks to investigate the intersections of race, class, and food: examining how access and acceptance to good quality food is shaped and changed through the process of gentrification. I ask why it is predominately upper-middle class whites that...