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The Center for Urban and Regional Studies is pleased to announce the second cohort of its Research Development Initiative (RDI). The RDI is a peer-supported program developed to foster new research projects. Over a six-to-nine month period, participants will develop a proposal with support provided through a series of monthly activities tailored to the unique needs of the participants, including presentations, discussions, peer feedback sessions and individual consultations with CURS staff. The cohort for 2018-2019 is:

Charles Price, associate professor, anthropology, Race/Black Masculinity, Inequity, and Resilience

Nina Martin, associate professor, geography, Pretentious Urbanism: How the Affluent Won the Right to the City and What it Means for an Inclusive America

Michael Figueroa, assistant professor, music, Sacred Sound and Mediterranean Urbanism

Brian Billman, associate professor, anthropology, Resilient Cities: An Investigation of Climate Change and the Resilience of Ancient and Colonial Cities in the Moche Valley, North Coast of Peru

Charles Price
Charles Price
Nina Martin
Nina Martin
Michael Figueroa
Michael Figueroa
Brian Billman
Brian Billman

 

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