Dr. James Hanlon
Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 2008
Associate Professor - Urban, cultural, and historical geography, public and affordable housing, urban policy, racial segregation and inequality, social theory
Alumni Hall 1411
Hanlon, J. (Forthcoming). Fair Housing Policy and the Abandonment of Public Housing Desegregation. Housing Studies.
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.