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Job Opening: Associate Professor – Urban Futures Research – School of Planning, University of Cincinnati

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - Tenured Faculty Urban Futures Research Cluster Initiative Focusing on Quality of Life in Disadvantaged Urban Communities School of Planning College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning UNIVERSITY of CINCINNATI The School of Planning in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati is actively seeking candidates to… Continue reading Job Opening: Associate Professor – Urban Futures Research – School of Planning, University of Cincinnati

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Call for Papers: JUA Special Issue on Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities

Special Issue: Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities Guest Editor: Robert Mark Silverman Submission Deadlines: Abstracts - December 19, 2016 Full Manuscripts - May 15, 2017 There is an expanding body of scholarship focusing on shrinking cities. The phenomenon is global, with notable examples in Europe, North America, Asia, and other parts of… Continue reading Call for Papers: JUA Special Issue on Promoting Social Justice and Equity in Shrinking Cities

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Call for Participation: Urban Network Research

THE FUTURE OF URBAN NETWORK RESEARCH, September 18 - 20, 2017 at Ghent University (Belgium) References to 'urban networks' in academic books and articles have grown dramatically since the 1950s, and research on the topic of urban networks now extends across many social and natural science disciplines (e.g. geography, sociology, engineering, physics) and over many… Continue reading Call for Participation: Urban Network Research

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JUA Virtual Issue Available: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in the City

Immigration, ethnicity, and race continue to leave a major imprint on the culture, politics, and economy of cities and their suburbs. Rapid sociodemographic change—which especially impacts urban regions—has once again thrust immigration, ethnicity, and race to the forefront of policy and politics throughout North America and Europe. The articles in this virtual issue explore cutting-edge… Continue reading JUA Virtual Issue Available: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in the City

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Call for Papers: JUA Special Issue on Refugees and the City

By 2030 more than 60% of the world population is projected to live in urban areas. The urbanized world of the future promises to be more diverse but also more unequal both in terms of population distribution as well as the distribution of resources and opportunities.  In addition to the rural-to-urban migration that is shaping… Continue reading Call for Papers: JUA Special Issue on Refugees and the City