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May 10 2019
By Melissa De Witte The menacing photos that Tevin, a young man affiliated with a Chicago street gang, posted on social media were dramatically different from the 20-year-old whom Stanford sociologist Forrest Stuart got to know during his two years of field work studying gang...
Feb 19 2019
            Joe Kott, longtime instructor of transportation planning in the Urban Studies program at Stanford, died of a heart attack on February 14 at his home in Oakland; he was 71.  
Portrait of Sungmoon Lim on the Stanford Quad
Sungmoon Lim, a member of the Urban Studies class of 2018, received the 7th annual Korea Program Prize for Writing in Korea Studies. The prize was awarded for her honors thesis, "Urban Design in the Age of Globalization: An Analysis of the Global Reception of Seoul’s Cheonggyecheon Stream...
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Mar 27 2018 | Stanford News Service
Urban Studies faculty affiliate Clayton Nall's new book traces the impact of the federal highway system on American cities. Entitled The Road to Inequality: How the Federal Highway Program Polarized America and Undermined Cities, the book argues that interstate highways helped erect divisions...