The series, led this year by our Graduate Fellow Ruth Moyer (PhD candidate in Criminology), provides an opportunity for graduate students who are affiliated with the Urban Studies Certificate program to come together and share their work, and get feedback from a discussant who represents a different discipline from their own.
Treats, tea, and an interdisciplinary discussion in the Urban Studies office, 414 McNeil Building
Please stay tuned for an updated date and time for this grad talk - thanks!
Presenter: Tyler Baldor, PhD Candidate, Sociology
Discussant: Jason Orne, Assistant Professor of
Measuring the Global Relationship between Clientelism and Informal Urbanization
Presenter: Chandan Deuskar, Doctoral Candidate, City and Regional Planning
Discussant: Mariaflavia Harari, Assistant Professor, Real Estate Department
Davy Knittle, Ph.D. Candidate Department of English
Akira Drake Rodriguez, Lecturer Department of City and Regional Planning
Lee Ann Custer, PhD Candidate History of Art
Eugenie L. Birch, Lawrence C. Nussdorf Professor of Urban Research & Education
Bullets, Books, and Brotherhood: Grief and Recovery in an Urban All-Boys High School after Three Fatal Shootings of Friends
Presenter: Nora Gross, Ph.D. candidate in the Sociology Department and the Education, Culture, and Society program at Penn GSE
Discussing Nora's work will be: Sara Jacoby, Assistant Professor