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CHICAGO - Development
Larry Bennett
Professor
Political Science

(773) 325 - 1973
City planning, redevelopment and neighborhood issues. Director of DePaul’s Public Policy Program. Co-author of book on Chicago's sports stadiums and their impact on neighborhood development.
E-mail: lbennett@depaul.edu
 
CHICAGO - Politics
Larry Bennett
Professor
Political Science

(773) 325 - 1973
Contemporary Chicago politics. Director of DePaul’s Public Policy Program. Co-author of It's Hardly Sportin': Stadiums, Neighborhoods, and the New Chicago.
E-mail: lbennett@depaul.edu
 
CHICAGO - Lincoln Park
Charles Suchar
Dean


(773) 325 - 1858
Director of the Lincoln Park Study Project, a 130-year history of the area. Comparative urban development in Chicago and Amsterdam. Has published extensively on the topic of neighborhood re-gentrification. Professor of Sociology.
E-mail: csuchar@depaul.edu
 
CITIES
Kenneth Fidel
Associate Professor
Sociology

(773) 325 - 4436
Urban sociologist. Neighborhood change, housing issues.
E-mail: kfidel@depaul.edu
 
CITIES - International
Robert Rotenberg
Professor
Anthropology, Director, International Studies

(773) 325 - 7460
Urban culture and life, urban landscape, urban agriculture and city-based food production, nature in the city neighborhood, material culture (consumer goods). Fluent in German.
E-mail: rrotenbe@depaul.edu
 
POLITICS - Urban
Larry Bennett
Professor
Political Science

(773) 325 - 1973
United States and comparative city politics. Co-author of It's Hardly Sportin': Stadiums, Neighborhoods, and the New Chicago (2003), which reviews the impact of Comiskey Park (now U.S. Cellular Field), the United Center and Wrigley Field on the surrounding community.
E-mail: lbennett@depaul.edu
 
POLITICS
Euan Hague
Professor
Geography

(773) 325 - 7890
Neo-Confederate issues, Confederate flag controversies, United Daughters of the Confederacy, nationalism, Scottish politics. Gentrification in Chicago, particularly in the Pilsen neighborhood.
E-mail: ehague@depaul.edu