Moderators Contact Info (2013 UAA Conference)
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Session NameDateModeratorMODERATOR'S EMAIL ADDRESS
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A New Horizon in Urban Housing: On Ways to Augment Permanently Affordable Homeownership through the Community Land Trust Model.4/5/2013Serge Atherwoodsua174@psu.edu
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Age and Gender Factors in Housing Access4/4/2013Kristen Crossneykcrossney@wcupa.edu
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Approaches to Promoting Home Ownership for Low-Income Residents4/4/2013Robert Jonesrobert.jones@emich.edu
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Art, For More than Art's Sake: The Role of Art in Urban Regeneration4/4/2013Jerome Hodosjerome.hodos@fandm.edu
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Bottom Up Views on Race and Diversity4/5/2013Anna Livia Brandabrand@uno.edu
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Case Studies of Media and Urban Crisis4/5/2013James DeFilippisjdefilip@rci.rutgers.edu
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CBOs, Local Government and the Politics of Community Development4/4/2013Carolyn Adamscarolyn.adams@temple.edu
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Citizen Participation and Collaborative Urban Planning4/4/2013Carolyn Whitzmanwhitzman@unimelb.edu.au
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Citizen Participation in Local Decision Making: Fiscal Crises and Beyond4/5/2013Ulrik Kjaerulk@sam.sdu.dk
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Citizen Participation in Urban & Community Development4/5/2013Cecilia Giusticgiusti@arch.tamu.edu
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City and Regional Governance4/5/2013Heather MacDonaldheather.macdonald@uts.edu.au
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Clean and Green: Urban Energy and Greenspace Plans, Strategies, and Policies4/6/2013Michael Teitzteitz@ppic.org
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Climate Change and the Urban Environment4/6/2013Sara Hughessara.hughes@gmail.com
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Community Building and Decline4/6/2013Albert Fualbert.fu@gmail.com
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Community Indicators in Local Policy-making4/5/2013Meg Merrickmerrickm@pdx.edu
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Community Organizations: Contestation, Collaboration, and Institutionalization4/4/2013Leigh Grahamlgraham@jjay.cuny.edu
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Community Participation, Recovery and Resilience4/6/2013Jasmine Waddelljasmine.waddell@unlv.edu
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Comparative Approaches to Race, Community and Politics: National Rhetoric, Local Reality4/5/2013Harris Beiderharris.beider@coventry.ac.uk
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Considering and Reconsidering the Core of Urban Theory4/4/2013Marshall Feldmanmarsh@uri.edu
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Contesting the Meaning of Public and Private4/5/2013Keally McBridekdmcbride@usfca.edu
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Continuity and Change in Cities4/5/2013G.Zhiyong Lanlanzhiyong2005@163.com
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Culture in Cities: Planning, Promotion, Film, Fashion, and TV4/4/2013Candice Clousec.clouse@csuohio.edu
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Density, Growth and the Urban-rural Fringe: International Analysis4/6/2013Gregory Andranovichgandran@exchange.calstatela.edu
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Disaster Planning and Resilient Cities4/5/2013Ha Hwanghahwang@ufl.edu
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Dynamics of Gentrification4/6/2013Annika Hinzeahinze1@fordham.edu
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Dynamics of Intergovernmental Relations: Local and Global4/5/2013Ann Bowmanabowman@bushschool.tamu.edu
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Dynamics of Urban Crime & Studies in Criminal Punishment4/4/2013George Galsteraa3571@wayne.edu
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Education in Local Context: Design, Policy and Governance4/5/2013Cecilia Giusti cgiusti@arch.tamu.edu
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Emerging and Engaged Methods for Community Indicators4/4/2013Sabina Deitricksabinad@pitt.edu
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Engaging the Public in Public Policy4/6/2013Margaret Wilderwilder@uaamail.org
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Entrepreneurial Approaches to Economic Development4/5/2013Darrene Hacklerdhackler@gmu.edu
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Environmental Issues in Cities: Animal Policies, the Environmental State, and Waste Management4/6/2013Andrea Oliveandrea.olive@utoronto.ca
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Environmental Justice, the Built Environment and Environmental Policies in Urban Areas4/5/2013J.R. Estesestesjr@pdx.edu
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Farming and gardening in the city: the politics and practices of urban agriculture in the 21st century4/5/2013Lindsay K. Campbelllcampbell.fs@gmail.com
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Food, Water, and Urban Environmental Issues4/4/2013Victoria Basolobasolo@uci.edu
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Foreclosures and the Housing Crisis: Differential Impacts and Responses4/5/2013Frederick Douzetdouzet@wanadoo.fr
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From People's Plans to Official Plans: Community Planning and Land Value Capture (LVR) in San Francisco4/5/2013Nico Calavitancalavit@mail.sdsu.edu
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Gentrification and Urban Development4/5/2013Yvonne Franzyvonne.franz@univie.ac.at
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Global City Relationships: Perspectives, Images, and Outcomes4/6/2013Jill Grossjill.s.gross@hunter.cuny.edu
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Global Perspectives on Urban Design4/5/2013Robert Pallittopallitro@shu.edu
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Going Green in the Urban Environment: U.S. and International Perspectives4/5/2013William Holtwholt@bsc.edu
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Governance Reform in Global Cities .....4/4/2013Chistine CheyneC.M.Cheyne@massey.ac.nz
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Governing Sustainable Communities through Conflict and Crisis4/5/2013Richard Foglesongrfoglesong@rollins.edu
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Government and Governance in Disaster Preparation and Recovery4/5/2013Yona Jébrakjebrak.yona@uqam.ca
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Growth and Development: Fragmented or Smart?4/5/2013Paul Lewispgl@asu.edu
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Highlighting Houston: Studying an Emerging Global City4/4/2013Michael Emersonmoe@rice.edu
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Housing in Context: Rights and Preferences4/4/2013James DeFilippisjdefilip@rci.rutgers.edu
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Housing Policy and Finance4/4/2013Lan Denglandeng@umich.edu
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How Neighborhoods Matter: Context, Use, and Outcome4/6/2013Anita Zuberiazuberi@pitt.edu
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Immigrants in the Labor Market: Examining Participation and Effect4/6/2013Ryan Allenallen650@umn.edu
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Immigration, Mobility, and Segregation4/4/2013Andrew Greenleeagreen4@illinois.edu
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Immigration, Politics and Policy4/5/2013Thomas Vicinovicino@neu.edu
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Inclusion After the Great Recession: The Roie of Community Organizations and Social Enterprises in Promoting Social and Economic Inclusion4/4/2013M. Anne Vissermavisser@ucdavis.edu
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Inequality and Change in Cities Throughout the World4/4/2013Mel Powellpowel008@gmail.com
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Inequality and Education4/4/2013Edith Barrettedith.barrett@uconn.edu
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Informing Neighborhood Change Strategies: Leveraging Theory and Data4/6/2013Michelle Thompsonmmthomp1@uno.edu
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Institutional Anchors and Strategic Inputs to Drive Neighborhood Change4/4/2013John Gilderbloomjigild01@louisville.edu
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Institutional Roles in Community Development: Government, Foundations and Street Level4/5/2013Corianne Scallycscally@albany.edu
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Investors on the Block: How Distressed Property Investors are Changing the Dynamics of American Regions, Cities and Neighborhoods, Part 14/4/2013Emily Tumpson Molinaetmolina@brooklyn.cuny.edu
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Investors on the Block: How Distressed Property Investors are Changing the Dynamics of American Regions, Cities and Neighborhoods, Part 24/5/2013Deirdre Pfeifferdap624@gmail.com
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Issues and Problems of Implementation of Metropolitan Planning: The Quebec Example4/5/2013Laurence Bhererlaurence.bherer@umontreal.ca
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Jobs and Issues of Equity in Urban America4/5/2013Colleen McTaguecolleen.mctague@uc.edu
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Local State-Civil Relationships4/4/2013Efrat Eizenbergefrate@ar.technion.ac.il
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Location, Location, Location: Three Perspectives on Residential Location Choice4/5/2013Lisa K. Bateslkbates@pdx.edu
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Low Income Housing and Poverty (De)concentration4/6/2013Douglas Applerdouglas.appler@uky.edu
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Managing Urban Sprawl and Suburbanization4/4/2013Lin Yeylljc@hotmail.com
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Measuring Segregation and its Impacts4/6/2013Stacy Harwoodsharwood@illinois.edu
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Measuring Sustainability and Urban Form Across Cities4/5/2013Gregory Squiressquires@gwu.edu
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Measuring Vulnerability and Resilience in the Big Picture4/5/2013Isabelle Thomasisabelle.thomas.maret@umontreal.ca
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Media and the City: Thinking Locally4/4/2013Scott Rodgersrodgers_scott@hotmail.com
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MEGAEVENTPLANNING: Mega Events and Urban Development4/4/2013Eva Kassens-Noorekn@msu.edu
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Megaprojects and City Branding4/5/2013Yu Min Joosppjym@nus.edu.sg
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Metropolitan Governance: Impacts on Public Services and Economic Development4/5/2013Daniel Schellerdaniel_s@nmsu.edu
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Migration, Urbanization, and Acculturation4/4/2013Jill Grossjill.s.gross@hunter.cuny.edu
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Motivations Driving Civic Participation4/5/2013Andrew Sanctonasancton@uwo.ca
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Multi-ethnic and Immigrant Communities4/5/2013David Kaplandkaplan@kent.edu
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Negotiating Within and Around Low Income Housing Policies in the United States4/5/2013Deirdre Oakleydoakley1@gsu.edu
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Neighborhood as Environment: Walkability, Open Space and Connection4/5/2013Julia Koschinskyjulia.koschinsky@asu.edu
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Neighborhood Change, Social Diversity and Neighborhood Dynamics4/5/2013Huston Gibsonhgibson@k-state.edu
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Neighborhood Revitalization Strategies4/4/2013Barbara Fermanbferman@temple.edu
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New Directions In Urban Planning4/5/2013Markus Jungmarkus.jung@monash.edu
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Participants and Processes in Urban Design4/5/2013Robin Boyler.boyle@wayne.edu
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Pedagogical Techniques & Program Structure: Challenges and Considerations4/6/2013Victoria Basolobasolo@uci.edu
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Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment4/6/2013Simon Pinnegars.pinnegar@unsw.edu.au
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Planning and Managing the Peri-Urban Interface4/4/2013Richard LeGatesdlegates@sfsu.edu
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Planning for Culture and the Creatives4/4/2013Hélène Bélangerbelanger.helene@uqam.ca
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Policy Adaptations to Urban Culture4/4/2013Jun Wangsalie312@gmail.com
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Policy Mechanisms and Strategic Orientations to Promoting Neighborhood Development4/6/2013Elizabeth Muellerejmueller@austin.utexas.edu
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Political Manifestations of Diversity and Demographic Change4/4/2013Jaime Dominguezj-dominguez@northwestern.edu
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Political Parties & Political Segregation4/5/2013Vladimir Kogankogan.18@osu.edu
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Politics, Social Media and the Emerging Urban System4/5/2013Robert Warrenrwarren@udel.edu
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Post-Industrial Development Strategies4/5/2013Margaret Cowellmmcowell@vt.edu
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Poverty, Segregation and Well Being4/5/2013Jochen Albrechtjochen@hunter.cuny.edu
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Preserving and Interpreting Meaning in Historic Spaces4/5/2013Robert Blairrblair@unomaha.edu
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Preserving Green Space in Planning4/6/2013Jocelyn TaliaferroJocelyn_Taliaferro@ncsu.edu
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Public Sector Investments and Economic Development4/6/2013Michael Touchtonmiketouchton@boisestate.edu
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Public Transportation Challenges and Opportunities4/5/2013Bradley Lanebwlane@utep.edu
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Race & Political Participation4/6/2013Jacob Aarsjacob.aars@uni.no
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Race, Choice, and Relocation Outcomes4/4/2013Kirk McCluremcclure@ku.edu
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