A View from Above: Reimagining Poughkeepsie Through the Lens of the Walkway over the Hudson
Agitations in Western American Rangelands: Memory, Property and Regionalism in the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Occupation
An un-bridged divide: the disconnect of an elevated urban experience at the Walkway Over the Hudson
Barriadas: peripheral placemaking in Lima, Peru
Bicycle politics in New York City: Rights to the City on Bedford Avenue and Prospect Park West
This thesis investigates how right to the city conflicts regarding the (de)construction of bicycle lanes in Brooklyn, New York affect the development of a more environmentally sustainable and socially inclusive city. Through an examination of two particular cases – those...
Chinese resource extraction urbanization: the Xinjiang operational landscape
Downtown voices: urban development, cultural production, and territoriality in downtown Phoenix
Ecological Atonement in Fresh Kills: From Landfill to Landscape
Forgetting to Remember: Negotiating the past in Chinatown, Singapore
From Bikes to Cars and Back Again: How Dutch Cities Became Cycling Cities
Historical and Contemporary Modes of Racism in Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore is divided into spaces of luxury and wealth and spaces of poverty
and destitution. How did Baltimore come to be materially and spatially segregated by race, and how have those boundaries remained in a post‐Civil Rights era of purported...
Interrogating the Affinity Space: An Examination of the (De)Politicization of a University LGBTQ Student Center
Interrogating the gayborhood: violence & the uneven geography of queer space
New Urbanisms In Celebration, Florida And Greenwich Village, New York: Theory And Praxis Of Resolution
No School Left Behind: The Power of School-Community Partnership
Olympic cities and the legacy of infrastructure: Barcelona 1992 and Athens 2004
Policy Transfer and the Global City Dilemma
Re-Imagining the Industrial Landscape through Adaptive Reuse: Comparative Case Studies from New York and the Ruhr Valley
Reflection, Reproduction, and Challenging at the Brooklyn Zen Center: Complexifying Cultural Capital, Gentrification, the Mindfulness Movement, and Scale
This project analyzes the Brooklyn Zen Center as a case study in order to complexify our understandings of cultural capital, gentrification, the modern American mindfulness movement, and geographic scale. Through an analysis focused at the local scale, we see how...