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Judith T. Kenny

Associate Professor Emerita

Education

PhD, Geography, Syracuse University, 1990
MA, Geography, Syracuse University, 1977
BA, Geography, Portland State University, 1974

Research and Teaching Interests

Neighborhood Development ‘Race’ ethnicity and gender in the context of Urban Development Landscape meaning and interpretation Comparative urban geographies – the influence of western planning theories Housing Regional interests – North America and South Asia

Courses Taught

Geog 110 – The World: Peoples and Regions
Geog 114 – The Geography of Race in the U.S.
Geog 443 – Cities of the World, Comparative Urban Geography

Representative Publications

Bonds, A., Kenny, J. T., & Wolf, R. Neighborhood Revitalization without the Local: Race, Non-profit Governance, and Community Development. Urban Geography, 36(7), 1064-1082.