University at Albany

 

Johana Londoño

Assistant Professor
PhD - New York University
Email: jlondono@albany.edu

 RESEARCH INTERESTS
Latino/a Urban Culture in the US; Political Economy of Cities; Comparative Ethnic Studies; Social and Cultural Theory; Representations of Poverty; Social Welfare; the Cultural Politics of Architecture and Urban Design; Aesthetics and Visual Culture.
PUBLICATIONS / WORK IN PROGRESS
Londoño, Johana and Erualdo Gonzalez. 2013 (under review). “The Revitalization of Downtown Santa Ana and the Changing Landscape of Latino Consumption,” in Race and Retail, ed. Ann Fabian and Mia Bay. New Brunswick: Rutgers Press.
Londoño, Johana. 2012 (forthcoming). “Aesthetic Belonging: The Latinization and Renewal of Union City, NJ,” in Latino Urbanism: The Politics of Planning, Policy and Redevelopment, ed. David Diaz and Rodolfo Torres. New York: NYU Press.
Londoño, Johana. 2010. “Latino Design in an Age of Neoliberal Multiculturalism: Contemporary Changes in Latin/o American Urban Cultural Representation,” in Race and the Cultural Spaces of Neoliberalism, ed. Johana Londoño and Arlene Dávila. Special Issue, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power Journal 17, no. 5 (Sept.-Oct.): 487-509.
Londoño, Johana and Arlene Dávila, ed. 2010. “Race and the Cultural Spaces of Neoliberalism.” Special Issue, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power Journal 17, no. 5 (Sept.-Oct.): 455-457.
Londoño, Johana. 2006. Review of 25/4 Julio: Conmemorar, Festejar, Consumir en Puerto Rico by Maria Margarita Flores. El Centro Journal (Fall): 249-52.