RCgeog-238x361Dr. Ryan Centner

Assistant Professor of Urban Geography

Email: r.o.centner@lse.ac.uk

Fax: [+44] (0)20 7955 7412

Room: STC 4.12, St Clement’s Building, LSE

Links: Google Scholar page

 

About

Dr Centner is an urban and development scholar. Before joining LSE he was Assistant Professor at Tufts University, near Boston, 2008-2013, where he lectured and advised in Sociology, International Relations, Urban & Environmental Planning, and Latin American Studies.

Dr Centner is currently completing a book manuscript about neighbourhood redevelopment amidst IMF-inspired reforms in Buenos Aires, where he completed more than two years of ethnographic fieldwork. He has authored several articles and is engaged in ongoing projects that investigate urban social change, transformation of the built environment, and their connections to larger political struggles – from Latin America (especially Argentina and Brazil) to the Middle East and Southern Europe (especially Turkey).

Dr Centner is active in the American Sociological Association and numerous scholarly groups related to global urban studies. He was one of the co-founders of the Transnational Studies Working Group at Tufts University. He received his PhD in Sociology from Berkeley in 2008.

Research Areas

  • Comparative urban studies
  • Globalization & development
  • Fieldwork methods
  • Contemporary theory
  • Built environment
  • Political sociology
  • Latin America
  • Southern Europe
  • Middle East

Publications

Recent publications:

2012

2011

  • Centner, R. (2011) ‘Ways out of crisis in Buenos Aires: Translocal landscapes and the activation of mobile resources,’ pages 109-124, in Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places and Connections, edited by Katherine Brickell and Ayona Datta. Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing

2010

2009

2008

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