Johana Londoño

Assistant Professor
Department of Latin American, Caribbean & U.S. Latino Studies

Johanna LondonoSocial Science 250
(518) 442-4890

Ph.D. New York University
M.Phil. New York University
B.F.A. The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Research areas: 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

Professor Londoño's research has appeared in Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Antipode Foundation: A Radical Geography Community, and in the edited volume, Latino Urbanism: The Politics of Planning, Policy and Redevelopment. Interested in the intersections among cultural studies, urban studies, and Latina/o studies, she is currently at work on a manuscript titled Barrio Abstractions: The Latinization of Cities, Urban Design, and Representations of Poverty. Her main teaching interests include Latinos in contemporary cities and Latino cultural studies.