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The Artist-Developer: A case study of impact through art-centered community development in neighborhoods of color.
In this dissertation, I explore the community development work of three prominent African American artists who have used arts-based real estate development to create positive change in their neighborhoods. Through a multiple ...
The Housing Affordability Crisis: Property Tax as a Problem-Solver or Trouble-Maker
The global housing affordability crisis has reached critical proportions in major cities like New York and Taipei, where soaring housing prices have placed immense pressure on homebuyers and residents. Governments worldwide ...
Rereading Migration: Corridors of Circulation, Bordering, and Inhabitation
Infrastructural corridors of circulation and connectivity form the backbone of the colonial project of modernity, facilitating its rise, expansion, and domination over the past centuries. Contrary to the spatial imaginaries ...
SocioLens: Potentials and challenges of large-scale social media data to understand human behavior in cities
Urban scholars can now investigate complex phenomena on a larger scale and with lower costs, thanks to the advancements in big data collection and analyses. Among these data sources, social media data has been argued to ...
The Oculomotor Correlates of Exploratory Model Making: A Mixed-Methods Eye Tracking Study
In this thesis, I take a post-cognitivist view of design and use eye-tracking to study the oculomotor behavior of architects during different exploratory model-making activities. My interest is to determine to what extent ...