In the Neighborhood Branding Project, Ariela Schachter, assistant professor of sociology and CRE2 Faculty Fellow, combs through Craigslist ads to uncover how the online rental market reflects and intensifies inequality along racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines.
CRE2 Affiliates Rebecca Brady and Deanna Barch and CRE2 Associate Director Cynthia Rogers recently published “The Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Neighborhood Crime on Neonatal Functional Connectivity” in Biological Psychiatry.
Faculty Affiliate Iver Bernstein recently co-authored a piece in The Common Reader titled “The Material World of Modern Segregation: St. Louis in the Long Era of Ferguson.”
Faculty Affiliate Patty Hedya recently published “The Façade of Redevelopment: Exploring hidden politics of urban improvement and erasure in McRee Town, St. Louis” in the Common Reader.
Congrats to Faculty Affiliate Fred Ssewamala on being awarded a $5 million, Launching Future Leaders in Global Health training grant from the National Institutes for Health to foster the next generation of global health scientists.
Congratulations to Faculty Affiliate Diana Montaño for receiving the Alfred B. Thomas Book Award for her newest book, Electrifying Mexico Technology and the Transformation of a Modern City.
Faculty Affiliate William Nomikos recently published an article titled “Peacekeeping and the Enforcement of Intergroup Cooperation: Evidence from Mali” in the Journal of Politics.