This community of scholars examines urban societies in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Our experts span the globe, from Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles to London, Shanghai, and Cairo. Members of this group reach deep into the fabric of urban life, exploring events on the street, in cultural institutions, and at City Hall, while also situating these cities within a wider national and global context. Focused on the interplay of society, culture, and politics, they seek to comprehend how cities function and how their diverse residents pursue social change.
For more information, visit the Global Cities and Urban Society faculty page.
- Daniel Amsterdam
Atlanta; U.S. Urban History
- Laura Bier
Cairo; Women and Society
- Douglas Flamming
Los Angeles; Race and Politics
- Allen Hyde
Urban Sociology; Political Economy
- Hanchao Lu
Shanghai; Culture, Society, and Politics
- Mary McDonald
Sport and the City; Culture and Identity
- Todd Michney
Race and Ethnicity; Digital Humanities
- Germán Vergara
Cities; Environmental History