Emily Rosenman, Post Doctoral Fellow

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Home Campus:
U of T St. George

PhD:
Department of Geography, University of British Columbia (2017)

Other Degrees:
MA, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia
BA, Oberlin College

Honours & Awards:
The University of Toronto Faculty of Arts and Science Postdoctoral Fellowship

Supervisor(s):
Jason Hackworth

Contact Information:

100 St. George Street, Sydney Smith Hall
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4S 3G3

emily.rosenman@utoronto.ca

Research Interests:

  • Urban and economic geography
  • Poverty finance
  • Real estate development and finance
  • Housing and community development
  • Critical urban theory

Selected Publications:

Rosenman E (in press) The geographies of social finance: Poverty regulation through the ‘invisible heart’ of markets.  Progress in Human Geography.

Herring C & Rosenman E (2016) Engels in the Crescent City: Revisiting the housing question in post-Katrina New Orleans. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographers 15(3): 616-638.

Rosenman E & Walker S (2016) Tearing down the city to save it? ‘Back-door regionalism’ and the demolition coalition in Cleveland, Ohio. Environment and Planning A 48(2): 273-291.

Rosenman E, Walker S & Wyly E (2014) The shrinkage machine: Race, class, and the renewal of urban capital. In H. Hall, C. Robinson, and A. Kohli (Eds.), Shifting demographics: A cross-disciplinary look at race and class in 21st century America.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Research Clusters:
Cities and Everyday Life