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Jenna Dublin-Boc

Tue, Feb 14, 2023    1:15pm

Shifting the Burdens of Growth: Uses of Historic Districts by New York City Community-Based Organizations in Land Use Activism, 2000-2020

Lecture by Jenna Dublin-Boc, Visiting Faculty at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

Jenna Dublin-Boc studies the relationships between neighborhood land use activism, inequality, and race in US cities. Her current research examines how community-based organizations of underrepresented groups in New York City and Los Angeles are using the regulations and participatory venues of city zoning and historic preservation to influence local land use decision-making in the context of gentrification and diminishing housing affordability.

Jenna was a 2021-2022 Pratt Institute School of Architecture Fellow. Through the fellowship, she currently assists the East New York Community Land Trust in developing a stormwater infrastructure plan responsive to the ecological context, local knowledge, and the ongoing environmental injustices experienced by the community. She has also worked in various professional capacities, including as a Research Consultant with the National Trust for Historic Preservation Research and Policy Lab on the topics of gentrification and displacement in historically African American neighborhoods and as an International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) IEP participant where she contributed to the planning of heritage-sensitive infrastructure and building rehabilitation in Amritsar, India.

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