Urban Studies

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Nikolas Wulff Bertulis

Nik Bertulis is visiting faculty in Urban Studies and Design and Technology. His work draws from performance research, novel ecosystems and social technology. He was raised free-range in the city of Seattle where he studied its streets, and myriad natural ecosystems. His work tends toward activating interactive, community spaces, i.e. yellow bike programs, urban farms, storm-water landscapes, street festivals and alter-mundista street protests.

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Eddie Yuen

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Robin Balliger

Prof. Balliger is a cultural anthropologist whose research interests include globalization, geography, media and popular culture, music/sound, postcolonial theory, political economy, the Caribbean and Latin America.  She has received fellowships including Fulbright, MacArthur, National Science Foundation, Mellon, and the Textor Award for Outstanding Anthropological Creativity.  Since the mid-1990s, Prof.

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Thor R. Anderson

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