Dr. James Hanlon
Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 2008
Assistant Professor - Urban, cultural, and historical geography, public and affordable housing, urban policy, racial segregation and inequality, social theory
Alumni Hall 1411
Hanlon, J. 2012. Beyond HOPE VI: Demolition/Disposition and the Uncertain Future of Public Housing. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 27 (3): 373-388.
Hanlon, J. 2011. Unsightly Urban Menaces and the Rescaling of Residential Segregation in the United States. Journal of Urban History 37 (5): 732-756.
Hanlon, J. 2010. Success by Design: HOPE VI, New Urbanism, and the Neoliberal Transformation of Public Housing in the United States. Environment and Planning A 42 (1): 80-98.