Kafui Attoh

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Research Interests

  • urban transit's role within the political economy of cities
  • the struggles and livelihoods of the transportation disadvantaged
  • the role of urban social movements (including the labor movement) in shaping mass transit policy

Education

  • Ph.D Syracuse University

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Affiliated Campus(es)

  • CUNY School of Professional Studies

Professor Attoh received his B.A. from Macalester College and his Ph.D in Geography from Syracuse University. His broad interests are in the political economy of cities, the politics of public space and debates in and around the idea of the “right to the city.” His research has focused on three areas: 1) the role of transit within the political economy of cities;  2) the economic impact of limited access to transportation  on disadvantaged communities and 3) the role of urban social movements (including the labor movement) in shaping mass transit policy. He is the author of Rights in Transit: Public Transportation and the Right to the City in California’s East Bay (University of Georgia Press 2019). His work has appeared in Progress in Human GeographyNew Labor ForumThe Journal of Cultural GeographyThe Geographical BulletinACME: An International E-Journal for Critical GeographiesUrban StudiesAntipode and Space, and Polity.

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Affiliated Campus(es)

  • CUNY School of Professional Studies