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Panel 2

"Changing Spatial Patterns: From Center to Periphery and vive versa?"

  • Panelists, Abstracts
  • Chairs

Panelists, Abstracts

  • 2. Changing Spatial Patterns: From Center to Periphery and vive versa? [2]
  • Andrew Needham: "Power Plants, Landfills, and Vacation Homes: Hinterland Social Inequality and the Modern Metropolis" [3]
  • Meredith TenHoor: "Building a Postfordist Market? Architecture, Food, and Information in the Transfer from Les Halles to Rungis" [4]
  • Johanna Schlaack: "Airport City versus Airport Suburbia: Emerging Forms of Postfordist Urban Growth" [5]
  • Wolfram Hoefer: "'The Oranges in New Jersey' - Searching for the Postfordist City in the Design Studio." [6]


Allison L. C. de Cerreño is Director of the NYU-Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management, and Research Scientist and Assistant Research Professor at New York University. She is also the Executive Director of the National Association of City Transportation Officials, Inc. (NACTO) and is a Research Associate at the Mineta Transportation Institute in San José, CA. She holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York. Active on a variety of boards and panels, Dr. C. de Cerreño is currently chairing the National Cooperative Freight Research Program Project-02, "Impacts of Public Policy on the Freight Transportation System," and is a Member of the Board of Advisors to the ENO Transportation Foundation. She is a member of the I-95 Corridor Coalition’s Intermodal Committee, and a Member of the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Intercity Rail Passenger Systems, for which she was Secretary in 2006. Her current research interests include high-speed rail, freight, intelligent transportation systems, and workforce development in public transportation.

Doreen Jakob
studied Geography, Sociology, Economics, and Political Science at Humboldt University Berlin, the CUNY Graduate Center and New York University. She is an alumni of the Transatlantic Graduate Research Program Berlin-New York [7] and former research assistant at the New York City think tank Center for an Urban Future. Currently, Doreen is post-doctoral research fellow at the Urban Research Program at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, conducting research on 'Smart City' developments, urban identities and social disadvantage.

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