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Featured Papers

This area of the Cyberhood contains articles and working papers that may be of interest to scholars, students, and practitioners working in communities of color and poor central city neighborhoods.


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Featured Paper(s) of the Month


Abraham, H.R. 2022. Segregation Autopilot: How the Government Perpetuates Segregation and How to Stop It, Iowa Law Review, 1963.

Frimpong Boamah, E. 2022. Planning as polycentric: Institutionalist lessons for communicative and collaborative planning in Global South contexts, Planning Theory, Online First.

Saleh, I and Setyowati, N.D.A. 2020. GIS for planning a sustainable and inclusive community: multi-criteria suitability analysis for siting low-income housing in a sustainable community and suitable neighborhood in Buffalo Metropolitan Area, New York IOP Conference SeriesL Earth and Environmental Science, 447.



Abraham, H.R. 2022. Segregation Autopilot: How the Government Perpetuates Segregation and How to Stop It, Iowa Law Review, 1963.

ben Asher, M. and Sarah, K.B. 2022. REMAKING AMERICAN DEMOCRACY: Kick-Starting the Public Powers and Power-Leverage of Popular Assemblies 2.0, Organizing for Social and Economic Justice, 52.1.


Bradbury, J.C. 2022. Sports stadiums and local economic activity: Evidence from sales tax collections, Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.


Frimpong Boamah, E. 2022. Planning as polycentric: Institutionalist lessons for communicative and collaborative planning in Global South contexts, Planning Theory, Online First.

Frimpong Boamah, E., Watson, V., Amoako, C., Grooms, W., Osei, D., Kwadwo, V.O., Nyamekye, A.B., Adamu, K. and Appiah, G.K.. 2021. Planning Corruption or Corrupting Planning? A Sub-Saharan Africa Perspective, Journal of the American Planning Association, Online First.

Krupar, S. and Sadural, A. 2022. COVID "death pits": US nursing homes, racial capitalism, and the urgency of antiracist eldercare, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, Online First.


Lupo, L.. 2022. Responding to an uprising: An analysis of the Ferguson Commission., Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.


Patterson, K., Santiago, A.M., Silverman, R.M. 2021. The enduring backlash against racial justice in the United States: mobilizing strategies for institutional change Journal of Community Practice, Online First.


Saleh, I and Setyowati, N.D.A. 2020. GIS for planning a sustainable and inclusive community: multi-criteria suitability analysis for siting low-income housing in a sustainable community and suitable neighborhood in Buffalo Metropolitan Area, New York IOP Conference SeriesL Earth and Environmental Science, 447.


Saleh, I. 2021. Measuring Neighbourhood Hardships and Neighbourhood Change between 2010-2015 in Suburban Neighbourhoods of Buffalo Metropolitan Area, New York Geographica Pannonica, 25(2): 102-112.

Steil, J. 2022. Antisubordination Planning, Journal of Planning Education and Research, 42.1: 9-18.


Stockton, T.J. 2021. Dangerous associations: Racializing urban communities and the influence of one critical service-learning course to disrupt racist ideological habits, Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City, Online First.


Torrando, J.M., Duque-Calvanche, R. and Zondag, R.N. 2021. ¿Hacia una ciudad dual? Suburbanización y centralización en las principales ciudades españolas Towards a Dual City? Suburbanization and Centralization in Spain's Largest Cities REIS (Spanish Journal of Sociological Research), 176: 35-58.


van Haperen, S., Uitermark, J. and Nicholls, W. 2022. The Swarm versus the Grassroots: places and networks of supporters and opponents of Black Lives Matter on Twitter, Social Movement Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14742837.2022.2031954.


Wilson, D. and Heil, M. 2022. Decline machines and economic development: rust belt cities and Flint, Michigan, Urban Geography, 43.2: 163-183.



Abraham, H.R. 2020. Fair Housing's Third Act: American Tragedy or Triumph?, Yale Law & Policy Review, 39.1:1-81.


Abraham, H.R. 2021. "Don't Blame Stokely Carmichael": The Need for Federal Fair Housing Leadership, Journal of Affordable Housing, 29.3:555-556.


Balsas, C. 2020. The role of public markets in urban habitability and competitiveness, Journal of Place Management and Development, Online First.




ben Asher, M. and Bat Sarah, K. 2021. COMMUNITY ORGANIZING'S LEGACY TREASURE v. THE "FOE OF THE USA": NO-SHOW FORFEIT OR FEARLESS FACEOFF Organizing for Social and Economic Justice, 51.2: 1-20.


Berglund, L. and Butler S. 2021. Detroit's community benefits ordinance: setbacks and opportunities to giving residents a voice in development, Journal of Community Practice, 29(1): 23-45.


Decker, N. 2021. How Landlords of Small Rental Properties Decide Who Gets Housed and Who Gets Evicted Urban Affairs Review, Online First.


Diebold, J. 2021. "We're going to show up:" examining the work of a white antiracist organization, Journal of Community Practice, 29(1): 11-22.

Cole, C. and Grace, A. 2021. Organizing so Black Lives Matter, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 40.1: 83-89.


Dastgerdi, A.S., DeLuca, G. and Francini, C. 2021. Reforming Housing Policies for the Sustainability of Historic Cities in the Post-COVID Time: Insights from the Atlas World Heritage Sustainability, 13(1): 174. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13010174

Epstein, K.K. 2021. Waiting for Wakanda: Activists challenge Black exclusion from the construction industry, Journal of Urban Affairs, 43.3:380-396.


Frederick, B.L. and Mooney, H. 2021. Sixteen miles: New users, stock dealers, and racialization in small cities Journal of Race. Ethnicity and the City, Online First.


Garcia-Lamarca, M., Abguelovski, I., Cole, H., Connolly, J.J.T., Arguelles, L., Baro, F., Loveless, S., del Pular Frowein, C.P. and Shokry, G. 2021. Urban green boosterism and city affordability: For whom is the 'branded' green city?, Urban Studies, 58.1: 90-112.

Hashimoto, Y. 2021. Racing the creative class: diversity, racialized discourses of work, and colorblind redevelopment  Urban Geography, 42.4: 528-550.

Imbroscio, D. 2020. Race matters (even more than you already think): Racism, housing, and the limits of The Color of Law, Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City, Online First.


Isom, D.A., Boehme, H.M., Cann, D. and Wilson, A. 2021. The White Right: A Gendered Look at the Links Between "Victim" Ideology and Anti-Black Lives Matter Sentiments in the Era of Trump Critical Sociology, Online First.


Johnson, M.P., Belloy, P., MacLean, H. and S. Kandel. 2021. Climate and Housing Crisis: A Research Agenda for Urban Communities. Working Paper WP21MJ1, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Krase, J., Ballesta, J and de Larminat, E. 2020. Visual Sociology of the Vernacular Urban Landscape: An Interview with Jerome KraseInterfaces, 44.


Lee, E. and Johnstone, M. 2021. Resisting politics of authoritarian populism during COVID-19, reclaiming democracy and narrative justice: Centering critical thinking in social work. International Social Work, Online First.


Lee, J. 2021. New Localism in the Neoliberal Era: Local District Response to Voluntary Open-School Markets in Ohio Sage Open, https://doi.org/10.1177/21582440211022288


Maaoui, M. 2021. The SRU Law, twenty years later: evaluating the legacy of France's most important social housing program Housing Studies, Online First.


Patterson, K.L., Silverman, R.M. and Wang, C. 2021. It Is Not Always Sunny in San Diego for Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Holders: The Reproduction of Racial and Socioeconomic Segregation under the Choice Communities Initiative, Journal of Policy, Practice and Research, Online First.  

Silverman, R.M., Patterson, K.L. and Wang C. 2021. Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs) on the Geographic, Socio-economic, and Public Policy Periphery: A Critical Case Study of Blocked Mobility in the City of San Diego, California, Critical Sociology, Online First.

Slager, E.J. 2020. Ruin tours: performing and consuming decay in Detroit, Urban Geography, Online First.


St. Vil, C. and Boaitey, K. 2021. Bursting bubbles: outcomes of an intergroup contact intervention within the context of a community based violence intervention program Journal of Community Practice, Online First.


Theocharis, Y, Barbera, P. and Fazekas, Z. 2021. The Dynamics of Political Incivility on Twitter. Sage Open https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244020919447.


Walker, M.A. and Frimpong Boamah, E. 2020. The digital life of the #migrantcaravan: Contextualizing Twitter as a spatial technology, Big Data & Society, Online First.



Amoako, C. and Frimpong Boamah, E. (2020). Becoming Vulnerable to Flooding: An Urban Assemblage View of Flooding in an African City Planning Theory & Practice, Online First.


ben Asher, M. (2020) Ethical and Moral Demands of Professional Community Organizing Social Policy, 50.3:1-4.


Bereitschaft, B. and Scheller, D. (2020) How Might the COVID-19 Pandemic Affect 21st Century Urban Design, Planning, and Development? Urban Science, 56. 

Berglund, Lisa. (2020) Critiques of the Shrinking Cities Literature from an Urban Political Economy Framework 

Journal of Planning Literature, Online First.

Bierbaum, A.H.. 2020. Managing shrinkage by "right-sizing" schools: The

case of school closures in Philadelphia. Journal of Urban Affairs, Early View.


Feldstein, S. (2019). The road to digital unfreedom: How artificial intelligence is reshaping repression. Journal of Democracy, 30.1: 40-52.

Frimpong Boamah, E. and Sunberg, J. 2020. The long overhang of bad decisions in agro-industrial development: Sugar and

Frimpong Boamah, E., Sunberg, J. and Raja, S. 2020. Farming within a dual legal land system: An argument for emancipatory food systems planning in Accra, Ghana, Land Use Policy, 92: 1-8.


Hamstead, Z., Coseo, P., AlKhaled, S., Boamah, E.F., Hondula, D., Middel, A and Rajkovich, N. Thermally resilient communities: creating a socio-technical collaborative response to extreme temperatures, Building & Cities, 1(1): 218-232.

He, J., He, L., Zhou, W., Nie, X. and He, M. (2020). Discrimination and Social Exclusion in the Outbreak of COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17.

Irazábal, C., I. Sosa, and L. Schlenker. (2020) "The High-Rise and The Shack: Rhizomatic Collisions In Caracas' Torre David." ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. 19(1): 1-34.


Jackson, A. (2020) Three Local Organizing Strategies to Implement Place-Based School Integration Initiatives in a Mixed-Income Community. Societies, 10, 13.


Jackson, A., Holmes, T. and McCreary, T. Gown Goes to Town: Negotiating Mutually Beneficial Relationships between College Students, City Planners, and a Historically Marginalized African-American Neighborhood (2020) Societies, 10(3):61.


Kim, M., Malizia, W., Nelson, M., Wolf-Powers, L., Ganning, J. and Schrock, G. (2020) Real Estate Development and Economic Development Planning Education: Pragmatic Turn or Trojan Horse? JPER, Online First.


Krase, J. (2020) Life in the Time of Covid19 in a Hyper-Super-Gentrified Neighborhood: Making Things Visible City as a Classroom, Online.


Maaoui, M. 2020. Les Misérables aux Oscars, pour mettre les mauvais cultivateurs des quartiers au banc des accusésEnglish translation.


Nation, M. Christens, B.D., Bess, K.D., Shinn, M. Perkins, D.D., and Speer, P.W. (2020). Addressing the problems of urban education: An ecological systems perspective. Journal of Urban Affairs, Early View.


Noor, E.K. (2020). The Los Angeles Olympic Games: Planning Legacies. NY: Springer (open access book)


Owens M.L. (2020) The urban world is a world of police Race, Ethnicity and the City, Online First.


Owens, M.L., Rodriguez, A.D. and Brown, R.A. (2020) "Let's Get Ready to Crumble": Black Municipal Leadership and Public Housing Transformation in the United States Urban affairs Review, Online first.


Ramos, S.J. (2020). Editorial - COVID-19 and planning history: a space oddity Planning Perspectives, Online First.


Regan, J.M. and Myers, D.L. (2020) Enhancing Community Safety through Urban Demolition: An Exploratory Study of Detroit, Michigan Justice Policy Journal, 17(1): 1-24.


Santiago, A.M. and Smith, R.J. (2020). Community practice, social action, and the politics of pandemics, Journal of Community Practice, 28(2): 89-99.


Shor, F. 2020. The Long Life of US Institutionalized White Supremacist Terror, Critical Sociology, 46(1): 5-18.

Special Issue, Urbanities-Journal of Urban Ethnography, Guest Editor, Michel Rautenberg, Images and Imagination of Heritagisation in Western Cities: A View from France.


Stewart, B. 2020. The Rise of Far-Right Civilizationism Critical Sociology, Early View.

Taylor, H.L. (2020) Disrupting market-based predatory development: Race, class, and the underdevelopment of Black neighborhoods in the U.S. Race, Ethnicity and the City, Online First.

Urbanities, Special Issue, City Life and Beyond in Times of Pandemic, 10, Suppl. 4, September 2020.

Yin, L. Zhang, H. Patterson, K., Silverman, R. and Wu, L. (2020). Walkability, Safety, and Housing Values in Shrinking Cities: Spatial Hedonic Study in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and Detroit.Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 04020029



Addie, J.P. and Fraser, J.C. (2019). After Gentrification: Social Mix, Settler Colonialism, and Cruel Optimism in the Transformation of Neighbourhood Space Antipode, Online First.


Anacker, K.B. (2019). Analyzing Rates of Seriously Delinquent Mortgages in Asian Census Tracts in the United States. Urban Affairs Review, 55(2): 616-638. 


ben Asher, M. (2015). Conflict and Cooperation in Community Organizing Macro Theory and Practice . Social Policy, 45(3): 1-5.


ben Asher, M. and Sarah, K.B. (2018). Organizing+Lobbying=Power Tool . Social Policy, 48(1): 1-10.
ben Asher, M. and Sarah, K.B. (2017). "Community Organizing Leadership Development Strategy for 'Swimming with Sharks'" . Social Policy, 47(4): 1-8.


Boamah, E.F. and Amoako, C. (2019). Planning by (mis)rule of laws: The idiom and dilemma of planning within Ghana's dual legal land systems. EPC: Politics and Space, Online First.


Boamah, E.F. and Murshid, N.S. (2019). Techno-market fix"? Decoding wealth through mobile money in the global
, GeoForum, 106: 253-262.


Desmond, M. and Wilmers, N. (2019). Do the poor pay more for housing?: Exploitation, profit, and risk in rental markets. 

DeMuynck, E. (2019). The Reproduction of Neoliberal Urbanism Via an Idealized Cultural Amenity: The Farmers' Market. Urbanities, 9(2): 3-18.

Elliot-Cooper, A., Hubbard, P. and Lees, L. (2019). Moving beyond Marcuse: Gentrification, displacement and the violence of un-homing Progress in Human Geography, Online First. 

Green, M.Z. (2019). Negotiating Race in the Workplace after Trump. Negotiation Journal, January. 

Hightower, C. and Fraser, J.C. (2019). The Raced-Space of Gentrification: "Reverse Blockbusting," Home Selling, and Neighborhood Remake in North Nashville City & Community, Online First.

Kim, J., Lyu, S.O. and Song, H. (2019).Environmental Justice and Public Beach Access . City & Community, 18(1): 49-70. 

Krishna, A. and Hall, E. 2019. Serendipitous conservation: faith-to-faith conversion of historic churches in Buffalo Journal of Urbanism, Online First.

Krumholz, N. and Hexter, K.W. eds. (2018). Advancing Equity Planning Now. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. DOWNLOAD FREE EBOOK HERE


Lauermann, J. (2018) Municipal statecraft: Revisiting the geographies of the entrepreneurial city. Progress in Human Geography, 42(2): 205-224.  


Lauria, M.L. and Long, M.F. (2019). Ethical Dilemmas in Professional Planning Practice in the United States JAPA, 85(4): 393-404.


Maaoui, M. (2018). A Granny Flat of One's Own? The Households that Build Accessory-Dwelling Units in Seattle's King County. Berkekey Planning Journal, 30: 102-116.  


Mazur, L. ed. (2019). Resilience Matters, Strengthening Communities in and Era of Upheaval. New York, Ismand Press [e-book downloadable on line].


Mayorga-Gallo, S. (2019). The White-Centering Logic of Diversity Ideology. American Behavioral Scientist, Online First, 1-21. 


Silverman, R.M., Patterson, K.L. and Wang, C. (2020) Questioning stereotypes about US site-based subsidized housingInternational Journal of Housing Markets and Analysis.

Silverman, R.M., Taylor, H.T., Yin, L., Miller, C. and Buggs, P. 2019. Place making as a form of place taking: Residential displacement and grassroots resistance to institutional encroachment in Buffalo, New York Journal of Place Management and Development, Earlyview. 


Silverman, R.M., Taylor, H.T., Yin, L., Miller, C. and Buggs, P. (2019). Are We Still Going Through the Empty Ritual of Participation? Inner-City Residents' and Other Grassroots Stakeholders' Perceptions of Public Input and Neighborhood Revitalization. Critical Sociology, Online First.


Silverman, R.M., Taylor, H.T., Yin, L., Miller, C. and Buggs, P. (2019). There goes our family friendly neighborhood: residents' perceptions of institutionally driven inner-city revitalization in Buffalo, NY.Journal of Community Practice, Online First.


Slotterback, C.S. and Lauria, M. (2019). Building a Foundation for Public Engagement in Planning JAPA, Online First.


Sung, H. and Phillips, R.G. (2018). Indicators and Community Well-Being: Exploring a Relational Framework. International Journal of Community Well Being, 1: 63-79.


Wassmer, R.W. and Wahid, I. (2019). Does the Likely Demographics of Affordable Housing Justify NIMBYism?. Housing Policy Debate, 29(2): 343-358.




Garboden, P.M.E. and Dantzier, P.A.. (2019). A Methodological Critique of Wassmer and Wahid. Housing Policy Debate, 29(2): 359-362.


Nguyen, M.T. and Scally, C.P. (2019). Affordable Housing and Its Residents Are Not Pollutants. Housing Policy Debate, 29(2): 363-368.


Tighe, J.R and Goetz, E.G. (2019). Comment on "Does the Likely Demographics of Affordable Housing Justify NIMBYism?". Housing Policy Debate, 29(2): 369-373.


Walker, M.A. and Boamah, E.F. (2019). Making the invisible hyper-visible: Knowledge production and the gendered power nexus in critical urban studies. Human Geography, 12(2): 36-50.

Williams, R.A. Making Sociology Accessible in an Ohio Urban Prison: Facilitating a Deeper Sociological Imagination Through 'Ethnographic Seeing' Urbanities, 9(2): 84-98.

American Journal of Sociology, 124(4): 1090-1124. 



Boamah, E.F. (2018). Polycentricity of urban watershed governance: Towards a methodological approach Urban Studies, online first.


Brady, S.R. and Lesniewski, J. (2018). Rabble Rousing in a Red State: Lessons Learned From Organizing for Worker Rights in a Highly Conservative State Journal of Community Practice, Online First.


Dean, R.J. (2018). Counter-Governance: Citizen Participation Beyond Collaboration Politics and Governance, 16.1, online.
Frimpong Boamah, E. (2018) Constitutional economics of Ghana's decentralization World Development, 110: 256-267.

Golann, J.W. and Torres, C.A. (2018). Do no-excuses disciplinary practices promote success? Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.


Haberle, M. (2017). Fair Housing and Environmental Justice: New Strategies and Challenges Journal of Affordable Housing, 26(2): 271-279.


Hatton, E. (2018). "Either You Do It or You're Going to the Box": Coerced Labor in Contemporary America Critical Sociology, Online First.  


Herbert, C., Spader, J., Molinsky, J. and Rieger, S., eds. (2018) A Shared Future: Fostering Communities of Inclusion in an Era of Inequality, Harvard University, Joint Center for Housing Studies.


Jones, G.J., Edwards, M.B., Bocarro, J.N., Bunds, K.S. add Smith, J.W. (2018). Leveraging community sport organizations to promote community capacity: Strategic outcomes, challenges, and theoretical considerations. Sports Management Review, 21: 279-292.


Koch, N. (2018). Sports and the city Geography Compass, Online First.

Lattimore, J. and Laurie, M. (2017) Collective efficacy in disadvantaged neighborhoods: The influence of Habitat for Humanity Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.  


Magavern, S. (2018). Policies to Reduce Lead Exposure: Lessons from Buffalo and Rochester, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15, 2197.

Matias, C.E. and Newlove, P.M. (2017) Better the devil you see, than the one you don't: bearing witness to emboldened en-whitening epistemology in the Trump era. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 30(10):920-928.

Norcliffe, G. and Gao, B.(2018). Hurry-Slow: Automobility in Beijing, or a Resurrection of the Kingdom of Bicycles? In Philip Gordon Mackintosh, Richard Dennis and Deryck W. Holdsworth eds. Architectures of Hurry: Mobilities, Cities and Modernity. London: Routledge, pp. 83-99.

Silverman, R.M. (2018). Rethinking shrinking cities: Peripheral dual cities have arrived Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.

Stein, S. (2017). Progress for whom, toward what? Progressive politics and New York City's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing. Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.  

Whitesel, J. (2017). Sociological Forum, 61(S1):S85-S104. Intersections of Multiple Oppressions: Racism, Sizeism, Ableism, and the "Illimitable Etceteras"1 in Encounters With Law Enforcement. Sociological Forum 32(2): 426-433.


Anacker, Katrin B., Christopher Niedt, and Chang Kwon. "Analyzing Segregation in Mature and Developing Suburbs in the United States." Journal of Urban Affairs 39.6 (2017): 819-832.  

Beebeejaun, Y. (2016). Gender, urban space, and the right to everyday life  Journal of Urban Affairs, Published Online.

Bobo, L.D. (2017).Racism in Trump's America: reflections on culture, sociology, and the 2016 US presidential election, British Journal of Sociology, 61(S1):S85-S104.


Bowen, E. A., Miller, B., Barman-Adhikari, A., Fallin, K., & Zuchlewski, D. (2017). Emerging adult homelessness in geographic perspective: A view from the Rust Belt. Children and Youth Services Review, 73, 213-219.

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Davies, J.S. and Blanco, I. (2017). Austerity urbanism: Patterns of neo-liberalisation and resistance in six cities of Spain and the UK, Environment and Planning A, Online First.  


Fasenfest, D. (2017). A Neoliberal Response to an  Urban Crisis: Emergency Management in Flint, MI. Critical Sociology, Online First.

Galster, G. (2017). Why Shrinking Cities Are Not Mirror Images of Growing Cities: A Research Agenda of Six Testable Propositions Urban Affairs Review, Online First.


Hammer, P.J. (2017) "The Flint Water Crisis, the Karegnondi Water Authority and Strategic-Structural Racism." Critical Sociology, Online First, 1-17.  


Harper-Anderson, E. (2017). Contemporary Black Entrepreneurship in the Professional Service Sector of Chicago: Intersections of Race, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Transformation. Urban Affairs Review, Online First.


Immergluck, D. and Balam, T. (2017). Sustainable for whom? Green urban development, environmental gentrification, and the Atlanta Beltline Urban Geography, Online First.


Logan J.R. and Oakley D. (2017) "Black lives and policing: The larger context of ghettoization." Journal of Urban Affairs 39.8: 1031-1046.


Luter, G., Mitchell, A.M., Taylor, H.T. (2017). Critical consciousness and schooling: The impact of the community as a classroom program on academic indicators. Education Sciences, 7(25), 2-23.


Pill, M.C. (2017). Embedding in the City?: Locating Civil Society in the Philanthropy of Place Community Development Journal, Online First.


Ranahan, M.E. (2017). Planning for the residential needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older adults. Journal of Community Practice, Online First.

Riggs, W. and Gilderbloom, J.I. (2017). How multi-lane, one-way street design shapes neighbourhood life: collisions, crime and community, Local Environment, Online First.


Shafer, J.G. (2017). Donald Trump's "Political Incorrectness": Neoliberalism as Frontstage Racism on Social Media, Social Media+Society, July-September: 1-10.

Walsh, C. (2017). White Backlash, the 'Taxpaying' Public, and Educational CitizenshipCritical Sociology, 43(2), 237-47.  


Zapata, M.A. and Bates, L.K. (2017) "Equity Planning or Equitable Opportunities?: The Construction of Equity in the HUD Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grants" Journal of Planning Education and Research, 37.4: 411-424.    




Anacker, K.B. (2015) Analyzing Census tract foreclosure risk rates in mature and developing suburbs in the United States  Urban Geography, 36.8: 1221-1240.


Green, D. (2016). The Trump Hypothesis: Testing Immigrant Populations as a Determinant of Violent and Drug-Related Crime in the United States. Social Science Quarterly, Online First.


Guthrie, A and Fan, Y. (2016). Developers' perspectives on transit-oriented development. Transport Policy (Online First)


Luter, G.D. (2016). Place-Based School Reform as Method of Creating Shared Urban Spaces: What is It, and What Does it Mean for Universities?  Metropolitan Universities, 27(3), (Autumn 2016), DOI: 10.18060/2139 



Fasenfest, D. (2016) Emergency Management in Michigan: Race, Class and the Limits of Liberal Democracy. Critical Sociology, 42(3): 311-334.





Wright, J.E. II. (2016). "The Trayvon Martin Effect": Estimating the effect of the Trayvon Martin shooting on reading performance scores using the synthetic control method. Cogent Social Sciences.


2015 PAPERS  


Anacker, K.B. and Schintler, L.A. (2015) Flip that House: Visualizing and Analyzing Potential Real Estate Flipping Transactions in a Cold Local Housing Market in the United States. International Journal of Housing Policy 15.3: 285-303.


Besser, C.S. and Kumaran, M. (2015). An Analysis of the Organizational Structures and Administrative Processes in Nonprofit and US Military Healthcare Organizations. WORKING PAPER


Carr, J.H. and Anacker, K.B. The complex history of the Federal Housing Administration: Building wealth, promoting segregation, and rescuing the U.S. housing market and the economy.(2015).  Banking & Financial Services Policy Report, 34(8): 10-18.


Christens, B.D. and Speer, P.W. (2015) Community Organizing: Practice, Research, and Policy Implications. Social Issues and Policy Review, 9(1): 193-222.  


Cooper-McCann, P. (2015). The Trap of Triage: Lessons from the ''Team Four Plan''. Journal of Planning History, Online First.


Cowell, M., Gainsborough, J.F., Lowe, K. (2015). RESILIENCE AND MIMETIC BEHAVIOR: ECONOMIC VISIONS IN THE GREAT RECESSION . Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.  


Draus P. and Roddy, J. (2015). Ghosts, Devils, and the Undead City: Detroit and the Narrative of Monstrosity.Space and Culture, Online First.


Ehlenz, M.M.(2015). Neighborhood Revitalization and the Anchor Institution: Assessing the Impact of the University of Pennsylvania's West Philadelphia Initiatives on University City. Urban Affairs Review, Online First.


Ganning, J.P. and Tighe, J.R. (2014). Assessing the Feasibility of Side Yard Programs as a Solution to Land Vacancy in U.S. Shrinking Cities Urban Affairs Review: 1-18.  


Morse, S. (2015). Policing and Safe Streets: Where are the Planners?. Progressive Planning, Winter (202): 2-10.


Hackworth, J. and Nowakowski, K (2015).  Using market-based policies to address market collapse in the American Rust Belt: the case of land abandonment in Toledo, Ohio. Urban Geography: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2015.1011416 .


Holland, B. (2015). Typologies of national urban policy: A theoretical analysis Cities, 48: 125-129.


Hughey, M.W. (2015). The Five I's of Five-O: Racial Ideologies, Institutions, Interests, Identities, and Interactions of Police Violence. Critical Sociology, Online First.


Rose, S.W. (2015) Comparative models of American Indian economic development: Capitalist versus cooperative in the United States and Canada. Crituque of Anthropology, 34(4): 377-396.


Silverman, R.M., Patterson, K.L., Yin, L. and Wu, L. (2015). Neighborhood characteristics and the location of HUD-subsidized housing in shrinking cities: an analysis to inform anchor-based urban revitalization strategies. Community Development, Online First.


Silverman, R.M., Yin, L. and Patterson, K.L. (2015). Municipal property acquisition patterns in a shrinking city: Evidence for the persistence of an urban growth paradigm in Buffalo, NY. Cogent Social Sciences, 1: 1012973.


Wells, K.J. (2015). A Housing Crisis, a Failed Law, and a Property Conflict: The US Urban Speculation Tax. Antipode, 47(4): 1043-1061.




Atsas, S. and Kunz, K.. (2014) Policy review: the US Affordable Care Act, community health centers, and economic development opportunities. Community Development, 45(4): 409-422.  


Bonanno, C.M. and Levenson, R.L. (2014) School Shooters: History, Current Theoretical and Empirical Findings, and Strategies for Prevention. Sage Open.


Carr, J.H. and Anacker, K.B. "The Past and Current Politics of Finance and the Future of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Homeownership in the United States." Banking and Financial Services Policy Report: A Journal of Trends in Regulation and Supervision 33.7 (2014): 1-10.  


Kwate, N.O.A. (2014) "Racism still exists": A public health intervention using racism "countermarketing" outdoor advertising in a black neighborhood. Journal of Urban Health, Online First.


McLean, H. (2014) Digging into the creative city: A feminist critique. Antipode, 46(3): 669-690.  


Morckel, V. (2014) Predicting abandoned housing: does the operational definition of abandonment matter? Community Development, Online First.


Patterson, K.L., Nochajski, T. and Wu, L. (2014) Neighborhood outcomes of formally homeless veterans participatin in the HUD-VASH program. Journal of Community Practice, 22: 324-341.


Smith, B.W. and  Holmes, M.D. (2014). Police Use of Excessive Force in Minority Communities: A Test of the Minority Threat, Place, and Community Accountability Hypotheses Social Problems, 61(1): 83-104.  


Silverman, R.M. (2014) Urban, Suburban, and Rural Contexts of School Districts and Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies: Rediscovering Equity in Education Policy and Urban Planning. [ARTICLE OF THE YEAR], Leadership and Policy in Schools, 13(1): 3-27.


Tach, L., Pendall, R., Derian, A. (2014). Income Mixing across Scales Rationale, Trends, Policies, Practice, and Research for More Inclusive Neighborhoods and Metropolitan Areas. What Works Collaborative.  


Valli, L., Stefanski, A. and Jacobson, R. (2014) "Typologizing School-Community Partnerships: A Framework for Analysis and Action." Urban Education, Online First: 1-29.  


Vander Veur, S.S., Sherman, S.V., Lent, M.R., McCoy, T.A., Wojtanowski, A.C.,Sandoval, B.A., Karpyn, A. and Foster, G.D. (2014). Corner Store and Commuting Patterns of Low-Income, Urban Elementary School Students. Current Urban Studies, 1(4): 166-170. 


Wiltse, J. (2014) The Black-White Swimming Disparity in America: A Deadly Legacy of Swimming Pool Discrimination. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 38(4): 366-389.  


Eisinger. P. (2013). Is Detroit Dead?. Journal of Urban Affairs, Online First.


Frazier, A.E., Bagchi-Sen, S. Knight, J. (2013). The spatio-temporal impacts of demolition land use policy and crime in a shrinking cityApplied Geography 41:55-64.


Guy, R. (2013). We shall not be moved: Hank Williams Village and the legacy of advocacy planningHumanity & Society, 37(2): 159-175.  


Imbroscio, D. (2013). From Redistribution to Ownership: Toward an Alternative Urban Policy for America's Cities. Urban Affairs Review, Early View.


Krase, J. (2013). An argument for seeing in urban social science. academia.edu .


Nembhard, J.G. (2013). Community development credit unions: Securing and protecting assets in black communities. Review of Black Political Economy, Online First.  


Silverman, R.M., Patterson, K.L. and Lewis, J. (2013). Chasing a Paper Tiger: Evaluating Buffalo's Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. Current Urban Studies, 1(3).  

Vojnovic, I., Kotval-K, Z., Lee, J., Ye, M., Ledoux, T., Varnakovida, P., Messina, J. (2013). Urban built environments, accessibility, and travel behavior in a declining urban core: The extreme conditions of disinvestment and suburbanization in the Detroit regionJournal of Urban Affairs Online First: 1-33.

Weaver, R.C. (2013). Re-framing the urban blight problem with trans-disciplinary insights from ecological economics.Ecological Economics 90: 168-176.


Yin, L., Raja, S.,  Xiao, L., Epstein, L. and Roemmich, J. (2013). Neighbourhood for playing: Using GPS, GIS, and Accelerometry to Delineate Areas within which Youth are Physically Active. Urban Studies, 2922-2939.



Alamhomed-Wilson, Jake. 2012. Black Longshoremen and the Fight for Equality in an "Anti-Racist" Union. Race & Class, 53(4): 39-53. 


Bezboruah K.C. (2013). Community Organizing for Health Care: An Analysis of the Process. Journal of Community Practice, 21: 9-27.  


Bolton, Elizabeth and Muthusami Kumaran. 2012. Making Current Events Youth Relevant. Department of Family, Youth & Community Services. University of Florida.  

Burkholder, S. (2012)The New Ecology of Vacancy: Rethinking Land Use in Shrinking CitiesSustainability 4:1154-1172.  


Cheng, Z. (2012). , The changing and different patterns of urban redevelopment in China: A study of three inner-city neighborhoods. Community Development, 43(4): 430-450.


Christens, B.D.. (2012). Targeting Empowerment in Community Development: A Community Psychology Approach to Enhancing Local Power and Well-Being, Community Development Journal, 47(4): 538-554.


Feng, X. and Humphreys, B.R. (2012). The impact of professional sports facilities on housing values: Evidence from census block group dataCity, Culture and Society, 3: 189-200. 


Fraser, J.C., Ashley, B.B, Bazuin, J.T. and Oakley, D.A. (2012). HOPE VI, colonization, and the production of differenceUrban Affairs Review, Online First: 1-32. 


GroBmann, K., Beauregard, R., Dewar, M. and Haase, A. (2012). European and US perspectives on shrinking cities. Urban Research & Practice, 5(3): 360-363.  


Harper-Anderson, E. 2012. Exploring What Greening the Economy Means for African American Workers, Entrepreneurs, and Communities. Economic Development Quarterly, 26(2):162-177.


Imbroscio, David. 2012. Beyond Mobility: The Limits of Liberal Urban Policy. Journal of Urban Affairs 34(1): 1-20. (comments from S. Deluca and G. Squires appended)


Kwate, N.O.A., Goodman, M.S., Jackson, J. and Harris, J. (2012). Spatial and racial patterns of real estate broker listings in New York city, Review of Black Political Economy, Online First. 


Kwate, N.O.A., Loh, J.M., White, K. Sladana, N. (2012). Retail Redlining in New York City: Racialized Access to Day-to-Day Retail ResourcesJournal of Urban Health, Online First.


Lowe, Jeffrey, S. 2012. Policy Versus Politics: Post-Hurricane Katrina Lower Income Housing Restoration in Mississippi. Housing Policy Debate, 22(1): 57-73.


Mason, D.S.. (2012). Sports facilities and urban development: An introduction to the special issueCity, Culture, and Society, 3:165-167.  


Misra, S. and Stokols, D. (2012). A typology of people environment relationships in the digital ageTechnology in Society, 34: 311-325.


Morgan, J.Q. (2012). , Regional clusters and jobs for inner city workers: the case of transportation, distribution, and logistics. Community Development, 43(4): 492-511.


Ostrander, S.A. (2012). Agency and initiative by community associations in relations of shared governance: between civil society and local state, Community Development Journal, Online First. 


Patterson, K.L. and Eun-Hye, E.Y. (2012). Trapped in Poor Places? An Assessment of the Residential Spatial Patterns of Housing Choice Voucher Holders in 2004 and 2008, Journal of Social Service Research, Online First.



BondGrahm, Darwin. 2011. Building the New New Orleans: Foundation and NGO Power. Review of Black Political Economy Online First: 1-18. 


Carter, George R, III. 2011. From Exclusion to Destitution: Race, Affordable Housing, and HomelessnessCityscape 13(1): 33-70. 


Christens, Brian D. and Tom Dolan. 2011. Interweaving Youth Development, Community Development, and Social Change through Youth OrganizingYouth & Society 43(2): 528-548. 


Drew, Emily M. 2011. "Listening through White Ears": Cross-Racial Dialogues as a Strategy to Address the Racial Effects of Gentrification. Journal of Urban Affairs Online First. 


Ellen, Ingrid Gould, Michael C. Lens and Katherine O'Regan. 2011. Memphis Murder Mystery Revisited: Do Housing Voucher Households Cause Crime?. Furman Center for Real Estate & Urban Policy, NYU. 


Emejulu, Akwugo. 2011. The Silencing of Radical Democracy in American Community Development: The Struggle of Itentities, Discourses, and Practices. Community Development Journal 46(2): 229-244.


Fraser, James, Deirdre Oakley, and Joshua Bazuin. 2011. Public Ownership and Private Profit in Housing. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society Online First: 1-16.


Gowen, Teresa. 2011. What's Social Capital Got to Do With it?:The Ambiguous (and Overstated) Relationship between Social Capital and Ghetto Underdevelopment. Critical Sociology 37(1): 47-66.


Helfenbein, R. (2011). The urbanization of everything: Thoughts on globalization and education. In S. Tozer, B. Gallegos & A. Henry (Eds.). Handbook of research in social foundations of education . New York: Routledge. 


Hutson, Mala Andre and Sacoby Wilson. 2011.The role of community-based strategies in addressing metropolitan segregation and racial health disparities. Community Development 42(4): 476-493.


Kaiser, Michelle, L. 2011. Food Security: An Ecological-Social Analysis to Promote Social Development. Journal of Community Practice 19(1): 62-79.


Lewis, James H. and David K. Hamilton. 2011. Race and Regionalism: The Structure of Local Government and Racial DisparityUrban Affairs Review 47(3): 349-384.


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2011. Black Real Estate Professionals' Perceptions of Career Opportunities: The Economic Detour Redux. Review of Black Political Economy Online First: 1-18. 


Silverman, Robert Mark and Kelly L. Patterson. 2011. The Four Horsemen of the Fair Housing Apocalypse: A Critique of Fair Housing Policy in the USA. Critical Sociology Online First: 1-18. 





Barton, Alan W. and Sarah J. Leonard. 2010. Incorporating Social Justice in Tourism Planning: Racial Reconcilliation and Sustainable Community Development in the Deep South. Community Development 41(3): 298-322.


Bishop, K.W. 2010. "The Idle Proletariat: Dawn of the Dead, Consumer Ideology, and the Loss of Productive Labor." Journal of Popular Culture 43(2): 234-248.


Carr, Matt. 2010. "Sloutching Toward Dystopia: The New Military Futurism." Race & Class 51(3): 13-32.


Dierwechter, Yonn and Brian Coffey. 2010. "Assessing the Effects of Neighborhood Councils on Urban Policy and Development: The Case of Tacoma, Washington." The Social Science Journal 47:471-491.


Hampton, Lynn A. 2010. "Covert Racism and the Formation of Social Capital Among a Voluntary Youth Corps." Critical Sociology 36(2): 285-305.


Landis, John D. and Kirk McClure. 2010. "Rethinking Federal Housing Policy." Journal of the American Planning Association 76(3): 319-348. 


Littrell, Jill and Fred Brooks. 2010. In Defense of the Community Reinvestment Act. Journal of Community Practice 18:417-439.


O'Leary, Rosemary. 2010. "Guerrilla Employees: Should Managers Nurture, Tolerate, or Terminate Them?" Public Administration Review January/Feburary: 8-19.


Savitch, H.V. 2010. "What Makes a Great City Great: An American Perspective." Cities 27: 42-49.


Small, Mario Luis, David J. Harding, and Michele Lamont. 2010. "Reconsidering Culture and Poverty." Annals AAPSS Online First.


Stern, Pamela and Peter V. Hall. 2010. "The Proposal Economy." Critique of Anthropology 30(3): 243-264


Taylor, Henry Louis, Jr. 2010. Building the Road as We Travel It: The Role of Theory and Practice in Developing University Assisted Community-Schools and Distressed Neighborhoods. Keynote Address. The Second Annual Southwest Regional Network Conference, October 25-26, Tulsa, OK.


Tighe, J. Rosie. 2010. Public Opinion and Affordable Housing: A Review of the Literature. Journal of Planning Literature 25(1):3-17. 




Boyd, Robert. 2009. Urban Locations of Eminent Black Entrepreneurs in the United States. Urban Studies, 46(10): 2061-2078.


Carden, Art, Charles Courtemanche and Jeremy Meiners. 2009. "Does Wal-Mart Reduce Social Capital?," Public Choice 138: 109-136.


Carpenter, Dick M. and John K. Ross. 2009. "Testing O'Connor and Thomas: Does the Use of Eminent Domain Target Poor and Minority Communities?." Urban Studies, 46(11): 2447-2461.


Hahnel, Robin. 2009. "Why the Market Subverts Democracy," The American Behavioral Scientist, 52(7):1006-1022.


Hall, Peter V. and Pamela Stern. 2009. "Reluctant Rural Regionalists." Journal of Rural Studies 25: 67-76.


Hahnel, Robin. 2009. "Why the Market Subverts Democracy," The American Behavioral Scientist, 52(7):1006-1022.


Mendes, Philip. 2009. "Teaching Community Development to Social Work Students: A Critical Reflection," Community Development Journal 44(2): 248-262.


Oakley, Deiere and Keri Burchfield. 2009. "Out of the Projects, Still in the Hood: The Spatial Constraints on Public Housing Residents' Relocation in Chicago." Journal of Urban Affairs Online First.


Rothwell, Jonathan and Douglas S. Massey. 2009. "The Effects of Density Zoning on Racial Segregation in U.S. Urban Areas," Urban Affairs Review 44(6): 779-806.


Roscigno, Vincent J, Diana L. Karafin and Griff Tester. 2009. "The Complexities and Processes of Racial Housing Discrimination," Social Problems, 56(1):49-69.


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2009. "Perceptions of Nonprofit Funding Decisions: A Survey of Local Public Administrators and Executive Directors of Community-Based Housing Organizations (CBHOs)." Public Organization Review.


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2009. "Sandwiched Between Patronage and Bureaucracy: The Plight of Citizen Participation in Community-based Housing Organisations in the US." Urban Studies 46(1): 3-25.


Stokols, Daniel, Shalini Misra, Miryha Gould Runnerstrom and J Aaron Hipp. 2009. "Psychology in an Age of Ecological Crisis: From Personal Angst to Collective Action," American Psychologist: 181-193.


Taylor, Henry Louis Jr. and Linda Greenough McGlynn. 2009. "The Connection: School, Youth, Development and Community Building - The Futures Academy Case." New Directions for Youth Development 122: 19-40.


Taylor, Henry Louis Jr. and Linda McGlynn. 2009. "Solving the Dewey problem: Where Do We Go From Here." The Good Society, 17(2):56-62.


Watkins-Hayes, Celeste. 2009. "Race-Ing the Bootstrap Climb: Black and Latino Bureaucrats in Post-ReformWelfare Offices," Social Problems 56(2): 285-310.

Yin, Li. 2009. "The Dynamics of Residential Segregation in Buffalo: An Agent-Based Simulation," Urban Studies 46(13): 2749-2770.




Bowen, Glenn A. 2008. "An Analysis of Citizen Participation in Anti-Poverty Programmes," Community Development Journal 43(1): 65-78.


Brecher, Charles and Oliver Wise. 2008. "Looking a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Challenges for Managing Philanthropic Support for Public Services," Public Administration Review December:146-161.  


Brooks, Scott N. and Michael A. McHail. 2008. "A Theory of the Preferred Worker: A Structural Explaination for Black Male Dominance in Basketball," Critical Sociology 34(3): 369-387.  


Colhane, Dennis P. and Stephen Metraux. 2008. Rearranging the Deck Chairs or Reallocating the Lifeboats?: Homelessness Assistance and Its Alternatives. Journal of The American Planning Association 74(1): 111-121.  


Fraser, James and Michael H. Nelson. 2008. "Can Mixed-Income Housing Ameliorate Concentrated Poverty? The Significance of a Geographically Informed Sense of Community." Geography Compass 2(6): 2127-2144.


Ganapati, Sukumar and Howard Frank. 2008. "Good Intentions, Unintended Consequences: Impact of Adker Consent Decree on Miami-Dade County's Subsidized Housing," Urban Affairs Review 44(1): 57-84.  


Handley,Donna Miliam. 2008. "Strengthening the Intergovernmental Grant System: Long Term Lessons for the Federal-Local Relationship," Public Administration Review January/February 126-136. 


Lowe, Jeffrey S. 2008. "Limitations of Community Development Partnerships: Cleveland Ohio and Neighborhood Progress, Inc.," Cities 25:37-44.  


Luksetich, William. 2008. "Government Funding and Nonprofit Organizations," Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 37(3): 434-442.


Melendez, Edwin and Lisa J. Servon. 2008. "Reassessing the Role of Housing in Community-Based Urban Development," Housing Policy Debate 18(4): 751-783.  


Rivera, Jason D., DeMond S. Miller, and Deborah D. Wright. 2008. "The Future Effectiveness of Racial-Political Coalitions in American Politics." Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, 14.2: 5-17.


Rubin, Julia S. 2008. Adaptation or Extinction?: Community Development Loan Funds at a Crossroads. Journal of Urban Affairs 30(2): 191-220. 


Schmid, Hillel, Michal Bar and Ronit Nirel. 2008. "Advocacy Activities in Nonprofit Human Service Organizations: Implications for Policy." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 37(4):581-602.   


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2008. "CBOs and Affordable Housing," National Civic Review Fall: 26-31.


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2008. "The Influence of Nonprofit Networks on Local Affordable Housing Funding: Findings from a National Survey of Local Public Administrators." Urban Affairs Review 44(1): 126-141.


Silverman, Robert Mark, Henry L. Taylor Jr. and Christopher Crawford. 2008. "The Role of Citizen Participation and Action Research in Main Street Revitalization: An Analysis of a Local Planning Project," Action Research 6(1): 69-63.  


Talbert, Patricia Yovonne. 2008. "Using Social Marketing to Increase Breast Cancer Screening Among African American Women: Perspectives form African American Breast Cancer Survivors." International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 13: 347-362.  


Taylor, Henry Louis Jr. 2008. "Reflections: Connecting the University's Academic Mission to the Regeneration of Distressed Communities." Billie Grace Walker Goodrich Distinguished Lecture, University of Tennessee.


Wilson, Jake B. 2008. "The Racialized Picket Line: White Workers and Racism in the Southern California Supermarket Strike," Critical Sociology 34(3): 349-367.  


Zimmerman, Jeffrey. 2008. From Brew Town to Cool Town: Neoliberalism and the Creative City Development Strategy in Milwaukee. Cities 25: 230-242. 



Bonds, Michael. 2007. "Looking Beyond the Numbers: The Struggle of Black Business to Survive, a Qualitative Approach" Journal of Black Studies 37(5): 581-601.


Chambers, Stefanie. 2007. "Minority Empowerment and Environmental JusticeUrban Affairs Review 43(1): 28-54. 


Clark, William A.V. 2007. "Race, Class, and Place: Evaluating Mobility Outcomes for African Americans" Urban Affairs Review 42(3): 295-314.  


Galster, George and Jason Booza. 2007. "The Rise of the Bipolar Neighborhood," Journal of the American Planning Association 73(4): 421-435.


Ginwright, Shawn A. 2007. "Black Youth Activism and the Role of Critical Social Capital in Black Community Organizations." American Behavioral Scientist 51(3) 403-418


Grant, Heather McLeod and Leslie R. Crutchfield. 2007. "Creating High Impact Nonprofits." Stanford Social Innovations Review Fall: 32-41.


Lichter, Daniel T., Domenico Parisi, Steven Michael Grice and Michael Taquino  2007. "Municipal Underbounding: Annexation and Racial Exclusion in Small Southern Towns," Rural Sociology 72(1): 47-68.


Martin, Heather, Maureen Burner and Frayda Bluestein. 2007. "Documenting Disparity in Minority Contracting: Legal Requirements and Recommendations for Policy Makers." Public Administration Review May/June: 511-520.


Martin, Leslie. 2007. "Fighting for Control: Political Displacement in Atlanta's Gentrifying Neighborhoods," Urban Affairs Review 42(5): 603-628.


National Prision Project of the American Civil Liberties Union. 2007. "Abandoned and Abused: Prisioners in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina," Race & Class 49(1): 81-92.


Patterson, Kelly L. and Robert M. Silverman. 2007. Building a Better Housing Partnership. Housing & Society 34(2): 187-211.




Beebeejaun, Yasminah. 2006. "The Participation Trap: The Limitations of Participation for Ethnic and Racial Groups," International Planning Studies 11(1): 3-18.


Frisch, Michael and Lisa J. Servon. 2006. "CDCs and the Changing Context of Urban Community Development: A Review of the Field and the Environment" Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 37(4): 88-108.

Hahnel, Robin. 2009. "Why the Market Subverts Democracy," The American Behavioral Scientist, 52(7):1006-1022.


Hall, Peter V. and Pamela Stern. 2009. "Reluctant Rural Regionalists." Journal of Rural Studies 25: 67-76.

Jones, Robert Emmet and Shirley A. Rainey. 2006. "Examining Linkages Between Race, Environmental Concerns, Health, and Justice in a Highly Polluted Community of Color," Journal of Black Studiesu 36(4): 473-496.

Lamore, Rex L., Terry Link and Twyla Blackmond. 2006. "Renewing People and Places: Institutional Investment Policies that Enhance Social Capital and Improve the Built Environment of Distressed Communities." Journal of Urban Affairs 28(5): 429-442.


LeRoux, Kelly. 2006. "Nonprofits as Civic Intermediaries: The Role of Community-Based Organizations in Promoting Civic Participation." Urban Affairs Review 42(3): 410-422.  


Reese, Laura A. 2006. "Economic versus Natural Disasters: If Detroit Had a Hurricane" Economic Development Quarterly 20(3): 219-231.


Shlay, Anne B. 2006. "Low-Income Homeownership: American Dream or Dilusion?" Urban Studies 43(3): 511-531.


Taylor, Henry Loius Jr. 2006. "Disaster Preparedness, Urban Protection and Low-Income Communities of Color," Paper Presented at the Scholarship on Homeland Security Meeting, Albany, NY.




Avery, Robert B., Rapheal W. Bostic and Glenn B. Canner. 2005. " Assessing the Necessity and Efficiency of the Community Reinvestmenr Act," Housing Policy Debate 16(1): 143-172.


Baker, William H., H. Lon Addams and Brian Davis. 2005. "Critical Factors for Enhancing Public Hearings," Public Administration Review July/August: 490-499.


Chaskin, Robert J. 2005. "Democracy and Bureaurcacy in a Community Planning Process," Journal of Planning Education and Research 24:408-419.


DeWeese-Boyd, Margaret. 2005. "Community Versus Development: Land-use and Development Policy in Vermont as a Tool Toward Community Viability," Community Development Journal 41(3): 335-351.


Hallberg, Peter and Joshua Lund. 2005. "The Business of Apocalypse: Robert Putnam and Diversity," Race & Class 46(4): 53-67


Paul, Darel E. 2005. "The Local Politics of 'Going Global': Making and Unmaking Minneapolis-St. Paul as a World City," Urban Studies 42(12): 2103-2122.  


Silverman, Robert Mark. 2005. "Caught in the Middle: Community Development Corporations (CDCs) and the Conflict Between Grassroots and Instrumental Forms of Citizen Participation," Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 36(2): 35-51.


Sykes, Lori Latrice. 2005. "A Home of Her Own: An Analysis of Asset Ownership for Non-Married Black and White Women." The Social Sciene Journal 42: 273-284. 



Kraus, Neil. 2004. "The Significance of Race in Urban Politics: The Limitations of Regime Theory," Race & Society 7:95-111.


Patterson, Kelly L. 2004. "A Longitudinal Study of African American Women and the Maintenance of a Healthy Self-Esteem," Journal of Black Psychology 30(3): 307-328. 


Taylor, Henry Louis Jr. and Sam Cole. 2001. "Structural Racism and Efforts to Radically Reconstruct the Inner-City Built Environment," Paper Presented at the 43rd Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Meeting. 








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