Gerardo Sandoval

CLLAS Associate Director Gerardo Sandoval Earns Book Award

Sandoval_bookcoverFocus on ‘politics of participation’ earns Sandoval book award | Planning, Public Policy and Management.

Development and Change in MacArthur Park, by Gerardo Sandoval (Cambria Press)

“A new book by assistant professor Gerardo Sandoval, of the UO Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management, was selected for honorable mention for the 2013 Paul Davidoff Book Award. Immigrants and the Revitalization of Los Angeles: Development and Change in MacArthur Park was chosen from twenty-one nominated books.”

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Sunday, October 6th, 2013 Books, People No Comments

“Telling a Story that Must be Heard: The Use of Community Indicators as Tools for Empowerment in Marginalized Communities”

February 24, 2014
12:00 pmto1:00 pm

Ethnic_Studies_talkAlder, Room 111
818 E. 15th Ave.
UO campus

Presented by the Department of Ethnic Studies

Jane Rongerude and Gerardo Sandoval

Jane Rongerude is an assistant professor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning at Iowa State University and the faculty director for Iowa State’s Masters Degree in Community Development. Her research focuses on urban systems of poverty management, and in particular on the redevelopment of public housing. Within these systems, she investigates the institutional arrangements that help to disperse, shift, and reform poor households within the urban landscape. As a result of these areas of inquiry, she has developed a strong foundation in the areas of revitalization, housing policy, and community development.

Gerardo Sandoval is a participating ethnic studies faculty and assistant professor in the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management and associate director of the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies at the University of Oregon. His research focuses on the roles of immigrants in community regeneration, the responses of governments to the presence of immigrants, and the ways that transnational relationships shape spaces that immigrants inhabit.

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Thursday, February 21st, 2013 Events, Human Rights, People, Research No Comments

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