27 GRANTS TO ADVANCE STUDENT RESEARCH IN URBAN STUDIES

March 8, 2022
Supriya Ambwani, Master in Landscape Architecture student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, City of Memories – Mapping and Re-constructing Hyderabad’s Water Network
Saeb Ali Khan, Alum of the Master of Architecture in Urban Design program at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, City of Memories – Mapping and Re-constructing Hyderabad’s Water Network
Bench Ansfield, American Democracy Fellow at Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University, Born in Flames
Lucy Ballard, PhD candidate in The Study of Religion at Harvard University, Dreams of D-Mecca: Racial Crossings and Urban Renewal in Islamic Detroit
Ori Ben-Shalom, PhD candidate in History of Science at Harvard University, Medicalizing Milan: Hospital Reform and Urban Identities in Enlightenment Italy
Jordan Cannon, PhD candidate in Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University, Fires in Ottoman Istanbul: Mapping Transformations in the Social Fabric
Amy Chang, PhD candidate in History of Art & Architecture at Harvard University, Architecture Under Occupation: Interpretation, Suppression, and Censorship of Islamic Architecture of the Early Modern Spanish Pacific (Philippines)
Taylor Davey, PhD candidate in Architecture, Landscape & Urban Planning at Harvard University, CDP and the New Environment of Urban Disclosure
Aniket De, PhD candidate in History at Harvard University, Segregation in South Africa and India
Jose CarlosFernandez, PhD candidate in Architecture, Landscape & Urban Planning at Harvard University, The everyday life of the laws of the cities
Mariachiara Ficarelli, PhD candidate in Anthropology at Harvard University, Visualizing the Adriatic City: Ravenna and the Future of Italian Energy
Swarnabh Ghosh, PhD candidate in Architecture, Landscape & Urban Planning at Harvard University, Wheat City: Karachi in the Commodity Revolution, 1880s-1920s
Robert Greene, college sophomore concentrating in Environmental Science and Public Policy at Harvard University, A History of Urban Food Gardens in Boston
Brian Highsmith, Ph.D. candidate in Government and Social Policy at Harvard University, Municipal Hoarding and the Fragmentation of Local Tax Bases
Hanno Hilbig, PhD candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard University, The heterogeneous relationship between rent control and NIMBYism
Rebecca Horwitz-Willis, PhD candidate in Education at Harvard University, Crime Control, Child Protection, and the Development of Urban Schooling
Ronak Jain, PhD Candidate in Economics at Harvard University, An Economic Inquiry into Street Work: Evidence from Urban India
Areti Kotsoni, MDes student in Urbanism, Landscape, Ecology at Harvard GSD, (RE)MAPPING NICOSIA: women's agency in the contested walled city
Johannes Makar, PhD Candidate in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (NELC) at Harvard University, Coptic Civil Society and the Development of the Egyptian Public Sphere (ca. 1890-1920)
Nathaniel Moses, PhD Candidate in Ottoman History at Harvard University, Mapping Water Shortage in Early Modern Istanbul
Junnan Mu, PhD Candidate in African and African American Studies at Harvard University, A side note of the making and unmaking of smart city
Lena Nasrallah, PhD Candidate in History at Harvard University, Ghost Houses: The Production of Social Landscape Through the Abu Dhabi-Kerala Migrant Economy, 1960-2010
Will Sack, PhD Candidate in History at Harvard University, Most People's Government: 4-H and Urbanization in East Asia
Davindar Singh, PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology at Harvard University, Cultures of Cargo: Trucking, Music, and Other Punjabi Logistical Medi
Caroline Filice Smith, PhD Candidate in Urban Planning at Harvard University, Planning Participation: Urban Design, Black Power, and the Struggle for Community Control During the American Century
William Swett, college senior concentrating in Philosophy at Harvard University, Open Storefront Directory
Mo Torres, PhD Candidate in Sociology at Harvard University, Who Governs the Crisis City
Lucie White, Louis A. Horvitz Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, Contest and Negotiation Over Urban Futures: An Experiment
Samuel Tabory, PhD student, Urban Planning, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Contest and Negotiation Over Urban Futures: An Experiment