University at Albany

 

Johana Londoño

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

COURSES

Latina/o USA 
Latinization of US Cities
Race, Ethnicity, and the US City

PUBLICATIONS

Londoño, Johana. March 2015. “The Latino-ness of Type: Design Identities and their uses in Contemporary Culture” in “Typographic Landscaping: Creativity, Ideology and Movement,” ed. Johan Järlehed and Adam Jaworski, Special Issue, Social Semiotics.

Londoño, Johana and Erualdo Gonzalez. 2015. “The Changing Politics of Latino Consumption: Debates in Santa Ana’s Revitalization,” in Race and Retail: Consumption Across the Color Line, ed. Mia Bay and Ann Fabian. New Brunswick: Rutgers Press.

Londoño, Johana. September 2014. “Barrio Affinities: Transnational Inspiration and the Geopolitics of Latina/o Design,” ed. Macarena Gómez-Barris and Licia Fiol-Matta, Special Issue, American Quarterly

Londoño, Johana. 2013. "At the Edge of the Metropolis: A Call to Expand Barrio Research. 
Antipode Foundation, Antipode: Radical Journal of Geography.
http://antipodefoundation.org/2013/09/17/a-call-to-expand-barrio-research/

Londoño, Johana. 2012. “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, 47-64.

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.

GENERAL PUBLICATIONS

Londoño, Johana. Sept. 2014. “Barrio Affinities: Transnational Inspiration and the Geopolitics of Latina/o Design,” Supplementary content included in Beyond the Page, American Quarterly. http://www.americanquarterly.org/interact/beyond.html

Londoño, Johana. 2013. “Don’t let N.J.’s Gold Coast lose its heritage: Opinion.” Op-ed article. The Star-Ledger, August 15. http://blog.nj.com/njv_guest_blog/2013/08/dont_ let_njs_gold_coast_lose_i.html

BOOK REVIEWS

Londoño, Johana. (forthcoming 2015). Review of Urban Nightlife by Reuben May. International Review of Modern Sociology.

Londoño, Johana. 2006. Review of 25/4 Julio: Conmemorar, Festejar, Consumir en Puerto Rico by Maria Margarita Flores. El Centro Journal(Fall): 249-52.