2019

Cities of Amber: Antigrowth Politics and the Making of Modern Liberalism, 1960–1996

Jacob Anbinder, PhD Candidate

Department of History

Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Climate Change Resilience: Assessing Future Mold-Growth Risks in Housing

Pamela Cabrera, Master in Design Studies, Energy and Environment

Department of Design Studies

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Deciding to Do More: Volunteerism in Local Community Organizations serving Unhoused Individuals

Abigail Mariam, Doctoral Student in Sociology & Social Policy

Department of Sociology

Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

A Study of the Changing Housing Environments for Sub-Saharan Migrants in Rome, Italy

Elena Clarke, Candidate, Master in Design Studies, Critical Conservation

Department of Design Studies

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Democracy Electric: Energy and Economic Citizenship in an Urbanizing America

Evan Hazelett, Candidate, Master in Urban Planning

Department of Urban Planning and Design

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Inequality in FEMA Individual Housing Assistance by Family and Neighborhood Characteristics

Ethan Raker, Doctoral Student in Sociology

Department of Sociology

Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Harvard University

Back to the Middle: Los Angeles and the Future of Single-Family Housing

Vladimir Gintoff, Candidate Master in Urban Planning and Master in Architecture

Department of Urban Planning and Design, Department of Architecture

Harvard Graduate School of Design

2018

The Community Land Trust as an Alternative to Provide Affordable Housing in Latin America

Jose Fernandez, Master in Urban Planning

Department of Urban Planning and Design

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Architectural, Institutional and Social Transitions in Post-Danwei Era of Beijing

Boya Guo, Candidate, Doctor of Design

Department of Architecture

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Squatting: Surviving Poverty and Displacement in Greater Oakland

Joseph Wallerstein, Doctoral Student

Department of Sociology

Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Harvard University

The Chinese Superblockism: Governance, Community and Housing in the Post-1950s Xi’an

Liang Wang, Candidate, Doctor of Design

Department of Urban Planning and Design

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Investigating Sources & Drivers of Disparities in Indoor Particulate Matter (PM2.5) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2) concentrations in urban communities

MyDzung Chu, PhD Candidate

Population Health Sciences

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Living in the Struggle: Black Power, Gay Liberation, and Women’s Liberation Movements in Atlanta, 1964-1996

Andrew Pope, PhD

Department of History

Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Harvard University