Journal Articles

  1. Police Misconduct, Community Opposition, and Urban Governance in New York City, 1945-1965. Journal of Urban History 44(4), 643-668.
  2. & Introduction. After the Urban Crisis: New York and the Rise of Inequality. Journal of Urban History 43(6), 855-863.
  3. The Rebuilding of the South Bronx after the Fiscal Crisis. Journal of Urban History 43(6), 932-959.
  4. African Americans, Gentrification, and Neoliberal Urbanization: the Case of Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Journal of African American Studies 20(3), 294-322.
  5. The Lindsay Administration and the Sanitation Crisis of New York City, 1966-1973. Journal of Urban History 40(6), 1138-1154.
  6. Robert Moses and the Visual Dimension of Physical Disorder: Efforts to Demonstrate Urban Blight in the Age of Slum Clearance. Journal of Planning History 13(3), 207-233.
  7. The Multiethnic Neighborhood in the United States. Journal of Urban History 40(2), 388-394.
  8. The Politics of Race and Class and the Changing Spatial Fortunes of the McCarren Pool in Brooklyn, New York, 1936-2010. Space and Culture 16(1), 104-122.
  9. Congestion pricing: the political viability of a neoliberal spatial mobility proposal in London, Stockholm, and New York City. Urban Research & Practice 5(2), 187-208.
  10. The neoliberal political–economic collapse of Argentina and the spatial fortification of institutions in Buenos Aires, 1998–2010. City 15(5), 509-531.
  11. Morality, Social Disorder, and the Working Class in Times Square, 1892-1954. Australasian Journal of American Studies 30(1), 1-19.
  12. Political Power and Passive Citizenship: The Implications of Considering African Americans as Residents of Rural New York State Districts. Afro-Americans in New York Life and History 34(2), 7-33.
  13. Urban Decline and the Withdrawal of New York University from University Heights, The Bronx. The Bronx County Historical Society Journal XLVI, 4-24.
  14. Neoliberalism in the Southern Cone. Latin American Perspectives 35(6), 174-178.
  15. Paddy Chayefsky’s ‘Marty’ and Its Significance to the Social History of Arthur Avenue, The Bronx, in the 1950s. The Bronx County Historical Society Journal XLIV, 50-59.
  16. The Cartoneros of Buenos Aires, 2001–2005. City 10(2), 167-182.


  1. & (Eds.). After the Urban Crisis: New York and the Rise of Inequality. Journal of Urban History.
  2. Spatial Regulation in New York City: From Urban Renewal to Zero Tolerance. Routledge.

Book Chapters

  1. Race, Class, and Gentrification in Harlem since 1980. In Race Capital? Harlem as Place and Symbol since 1900. (pp. 243-266). New York: Columbia University Press.
  2. Urban Spatial Mobility in the Age of Sustainability. In Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices and Possibilities. (pp. 54-76). New York: Routledge.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2017). Broken Windows Policing and the Orderly City: New York since the Late Twentieth Century. (The Gotham Center for New York City History).