William Sites, University of Chicago

Associate Professor Chicago, Illinois w-sites@uchicago.edu

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Professor Sites's work focuses on how economic and political structures, policymakers, and community action shape the ways in which cities develop and change, and on how such changes relate to the power and social welfare of residents. Focusing most centrally on whether and how urban politics mat...

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Bio/Research

Professor Sites's work focuses on how economic and political structures, policymakers, and community action shape the ways in which cities develop and change, and on how such changes relate to the power and social welfare of residents. Focusing most centrally on whether and how urban politics matters for lower-income people, his research has addressed such issues as conflicts over neighborhood gentrification, the evolution of urban development policy, and the implications of the U.S. response to globalization for social equity and community change in American cities. His book-length study of the transformation of New York City, issued as part of the Globalization and Community series by the University of Minnesota Press, is titled Remaking New York: Primitive Globalization and the

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