Faculty

Checker, Melissa

PhD, New York University.

U.S. social movements, race, class and ethnicity in the U.S., urban environmentalism, environmental justice, climate justice.

Davis, Dana-Ain

Ph.D. Graduate Center, City University of New York.

Urban anthropology, gender, race, public policy, participatory action research, Black Studies, feminist theory.

Hanlon, Martin

PhD, Columbia University.

Public management, workforce issues, transportation policy. Director, Master of Arts in Social Science.

 

Hum, Tarry

Professor

PhD, UCLA School of Public Policy and Social Research

Urban planning, immigrant urbanism, community economic development.

 

Ioannides, Christos

Associate Professor

PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Political Science. Greek-American community, Greek-American relations. Director, Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies

 

Khandelwal, Madhulika

Associate Professor

PhD, Carnegie-Mellon University

Asian-American communities, South Asian diaspora. Director, Asian/American Center

Maskovsky, Jeff

Associate Professor

Ph.D. Temple University

Urban ethnography; social movements; difference and inequality

Muraskin, William

Professor

PhD, University of California Berkeley

Social/urban history, health

Rodberg, Leonard

Department Chair Professor

PhD, MIT

Health, employment, energy, climate change, urban data analysis.

Sardell, Alice

Professor

PhD, NYU

Health policy, public policy, urban and community politics

Seley, John E.

Professor

PhD, University of Pennsylvania

Urban planning, public policy, geography.

Smith, Marcia Bayne

Associate Professor

DSW, Columbia University

Social welfare, health policy.

Steinberg, Stephen

PhD University of California/Berkeley

Race, ethnicity, and immigration; urban sociology;sociology of knowledge.

 

 


LECTURERS

Larson, Scott

Ph.D in Geography from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the CUNY Graduate Center.

 


VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Fields, Desiree

PhD Graduate Center, CUNY

Fields is especially interested in the role of financialization in reproducing social and spatial inequalities and how the practice of activists and community organizations might work to contest these dynamics.

 


ADJUNCT FACULTY

Benson, Rodney B.

Master Degree in Public Administration (MPA)

Brown, Todd Levon

MArch (Master of Architecture) & MPH (Master of Public Health) in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Industrial Hygiene.

Davidson, Adam

MA in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and PhD Student in the Geography Department of the CUNY Graduate Center

Fortuna, Giuseppe

Ph.D. in Sociology CUNY Graduate Center and Laurea in Scienze Politiche Universita’ di Torino (Italy).

Frank, Samuel T.

MA, Geography.

Kazi, Nazia

Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Masters in Social Welfare from Columbia University.

 

 


AFFILIATED FACULTY

Ron Hayduk

M.S. CUNY Graduate Center, American Politics and Political Theory, 1996.

Sheryl McCarthy

Master’s and law degrees from Colum

Barbara Moore

Ph.D.
Director Counseling, Health and Wellness

 

Jonathan Gaska: land use planning, urban politics

Keith Howard: human resource management and law

David Koch: AIDS, social work, urban subcultures

Michael Musuraca: labor relations, public employee unions

Manuel Rosa: urban services, urban politics

James Vacca: urban poverty, urban politics

 

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