基本情報

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Sig LANGEGGER


職名

助教

国籍

アメリカ合衆国

メールアドレス

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プロフィール

After fifteen years as a small business owner, I moved to Austria where I studied sociology at the University of Vienna, initiating a new life as a scholar. During my graduate studies at the University of Colorado I worked as a research assistant, studio associate and teaching assistant in numerous contexts for a variety of professors. Prior to my current appointment, I was employed by the University of Colorado Denver as a geography instructor at its extension campus in Beijing, China (International College Beijing). The years I spent living and working in Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean infuse pragmatic and cross-cultural perspectives into my scholarship. In the lecture hall I draw on my restaurant background and world travels to engage students by exploring related geographies such as Jazz, salt, and peanuts. Examples like these pique students’ interest in geographical thought and help them think critically about spatial outcomes of ‘common sense’ business practices.

研究分野

My physical foci are public spaces. My human foci are marginalized and ostracized groups. Social justice and environmental justice are my passions. As such, I am interested in the following: the gentrification of public space, public space’s role in gentrification, neoliberal regulation of public spaces, splintering urbanism, the moral economies of the homeless, the legal geographies of alterity, informal development patterns, and the geographies of street vending and illicit drug use. Trained as a planner, a historical geographer, and as an anthropologist, I am comfortable conducting research in city hall, at town-hall meetings, by delving into official and unofficial archives, and, importantly, by ethnographically engaging with the everyday field of urban practice.

最近の活動

In collaboration with the eminent anthropologist Stephen Koester, my current research focuses on the homeless in Denver, Colorado and their struggles to survive in a city that recently outlawed camping. Denver defines camping as sleeping in public with any sort of protection against the elements, including obvious protections such as tents, tarps, and cardboard shelters as well as less visible, but nonetheless crucial, survival items like bedrolls, sleeping bags, and blankets. Denver’s camping ban did not “make homelessness go away” as policy makers and lobbyists seemed to have wished; however, it has dramatically increased the personal and social misery of Denver’s poor. Aside from its central thrust of social activism, this project is revealing fascinating micro-politics of power, exploitation, cooptation, and subversion in a city that has completely embraced a neoliberal model of urban governance.

学歴(大学院) 【 表示 / 非表示

  • University of Colorado Denver  Urban and Regional Planning  Urban and Regional Planning

    修士課程,2009/06,修了,アメリカ合衆国

取得学位 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 学士, Urban Geography,School of Business, University of Denver,1990/05

  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Hotel and Restaurant Management,University of Denver,1990/06

  • 修士, Urban Geography,College of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado Denver,2009/05

  • Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Urban and Regional Planning,University of Colorado Denver,2009/06

  • PhD in Design and Planning, Urban Design and Urban Planning,University of Colorado Denver,2012/06

学内職務経歴 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 国際教養大学 国際教養学部 基盤教育 社会科学,助教,2013/09 ~ 継続中

所属学会 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Association of American Geographers,1900/04 ~ 継続中,日本

 

論文 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Heroin and Methamphetamine Injection: An Emerging Drug Use Pattern,Substance Use and Abuse,52巻 8号 (頁 1051 ~ 1058) ,2017/03,Alia Al-Tayyi, Stephen Koester, Sig Langegger, Lisa Raville

    研究論文(学術雑誌),共著,英語

  • After the Ban: The Moral Economy of Property,After the Ban: The Moral Economy of Property,48巻 3号 (頁 645 ~ 664) ,2016/12,Sig Langegger

    DOI:10.1111/anti.12204,研究論文(学術雑誌),単著,英語

  • Right-of-Way Gentrification,Right-of-Way Gentrification,53巻 9号 (頁 1803 ~ 1821) ,2016/09,Sig Langegger

    DOI:10.1177/0042098015583783,研究論文(国際会議プロシーディングス),単著,英語

  • Invisible Homelessness: Anonymity, Exposure, and the Right to the City,Urban Geography,37巻 7号 (頁 1030 ~ 1048) ,2016/02,Sig Langegger, Stephen Koester

    DOI:10.1080/02723638.2016.1147755,研究論文(学術雑誌),共著,英語

  • Emergent Public Space: Sustaining Chicano Culture in North Denver,Emergent Public Space: Sustaining Chicano Culture in North Denver,35巻 (頁 26 ~ 32) ,2013/12,Sig Langegger

    DOI:10.1016/j.cities.2013.04.013,研究論文(学術雑誌),単著,英語

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著書 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Rights to Public Space: Law, Culture, and Gentrification in the American West,Palgrave Macmillan,2107/01,Sig Langegger

    単行本(学術書),単著,英語

  • Dwellling without a Home: Denver's Splinted Public Spaces (Chapter 8 in Order and Conflict in Public Space),Routledge,2016/05,Sig Langegger

    単行本(学術書),共著,英語

  • Curbing Cruising and the Domestication of Denver's Northside (chapter 7 in Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices, and Possibilities),Routledge,2014/09,Sig Langegger

    単行本(学術書),共著,英語

研究発表 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers,国際会議,2017/04,Boston MA, USA,Territory, rights and community: urban gardens and neighborhood legitmacy in North Denver,口頭(一般)

  • Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers,国際会議,2016/04,San Francisco, CA USA,The Rights Rift and the Dynamics of Neighborhood Change,口頭(一般)

  • Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association ,国際会議,2015/11,Denver, CO USA,Policing the Margins,口頭(一般)

  • Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers,国際会議,2015/04 ~ 2017/04,Chicago, IL USA ,Dog Days of Summer: The micropolitics of gentrification,口頭(一般)

  • Royal Geographical Socieity Conference,国際会議,2014/08,London, England,Right of Way Gentrification,口頭(一般)

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担当授業科目 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 2017年度,秋学期,GEO240-1_F,東アジアの地理

  • 2017年度,秋学期,GEO150-1_F,地理学(自然・文化)

  • 2017年度,秋学期,GEO270-1_F,村落地理学

  • 2017年度,春学期,GEO150-1_S,地理学(自然・文化)

  • 2017年度,春学期,GEO260-1_S,都市地理学

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学外の社会活動 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Learning Japanese and exploring Japan, with the wholehearted intent on conducting research in Japan and eventually contributing to Japanese society.,1900/04 ~ 継続中