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Panel 5

"New Paradigms of Urban Interaction: What is Postfordist Social Inequality?"

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  • Chairs

Panelists, Abstracts

  • 5. New Paradigms of Urban Interaction: What is Postfordist Social Inequality? [2]
  • Margit Mayer: "From Fordist (In)Equality to Postfordist (In- &)Exclusion" [3]
  • Noa Ha: "Public Space as Space of Labor, Street Vending in the Postfordist City" [4]


John Mollenkopf teaches political science and sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University and directs its Center for Urban Research. He has authored or edited books on urban politics, urban policy, race, ethnicity, and immigration, the politics of urban development, and New York City, most recently Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age (Harvard University Press) with Philip Kasinitz, Mary Waters, and Jennifer Holdaway. He is a member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee of the Netherlands Institute for City Innovation Studies, coordinator of an urban exchange program with Humboldt University, Berlin, and a former visiting professor at Sciences Po, Paris.

Ayala Fader is currently an assistant professor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Fordham University. Her research interests include Jews in contemporary urban contexts, multilingualism, gender, childhood, religion and the secular.  Drawing on ethnographic research with Hasidic women and children in Brooklyn, she has published in the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology (2007), Language in Society (2006), Linguistics and Education (2001), Contemporary Jewry (2007), and Text and Talk (2008).  Her monograph is forthcoming, Mitzvah Girls: Bringing up the Next Generation of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn (Princeton University Press, 2009). She is simultaneiously publishing her research on Jewish spirituality and urban gentrification, New Age Jews (2008).

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