约翰·罗根

 

个人简历

       约翰·罗根(John R. Logan),1946年出生,哥伦比亚大学硕士学位(1969年)、加利福尼亚大学伯克利分校博士学位(1974年),现任布朗大学“社会科学空间结构”研究中心主任、教授,主要研究方向为城市社会学。2015年7月20日,受邀聘为同济大学政治与国际关系学院兼职教授。

 

课题项目

  1. Project funded by the National Science Foundation, 1998-2002 ($318,000).
  2. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($15,000).
  3. Urban China Research Network. Project funded by the Mellon Foundation, 2000-2005 ($920,000).
  4. Immigration, Ethnicity, and the Family. Project funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2000-2004 ($944,000).
  5. Economic Revitalization through Technology and Education-Based Institutions. Project funded by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2000-2001 ($85,000).
  6. Diversity and Separation in American Neighborhoods. Project funded by the Ford Foundation, 2001-2004 ($300,000).
  7. Urban Studies and Demography of China. Project funded by the Mellon Foundation, 2002-2005 ($100,000).
  8. Group Boundaries in New York and Chicago: New Uses of the 1880 Census. Project funded by the National Science Foundation, 2002-2004 ($155,000).
  9. 32 Brown v. Board of Education at 50: Desegregation Orders and Public School Integration. Project funded by American Educational Research Association, 2004-2005 ($35,000).
  10. Albany Population Center. R24 Population Center Grant funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2004-2007 ($1,081,000).
  11. Immigrant Pathways to Political Incorporation. Project funded by Russell Sage Foundation, 2005-2006 ($150,000).
  12. Katrina and the Built Environment: Spatial and Social Impacts. Project funded by National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics, 2005-2006 ($106,000).
  13. Disaster, Resilience and the Built Environment on the Gulf Coast. Project funded by National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics, 2006-2009 ($750,000).
  14. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($6,000).
  15. Incorporating Immigrants and Minorities into Late 19th Century Cities. Project funded by National Science Foundation, Sociology Program, 2007-2008 ($190,000), and National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2007-2010 ($855,000 and supplement $82,000).
  16. Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($6,000).
  17. US 2010: America after the First Decade of the New Century. Project funded by Russell Sage Foundation and Brown University, 2009-2013 ($1,602,000).
  18. Population Vulnerability and Resilience to Hurricanes on the Gulf Coast. Project funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 2011-2014 ($429,000).
  19. Project funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 2014-2019 ($1,670,000).
  20. Spatial Analyses of Segregation Trends. Project funded by National Science Foundation 2014- 2016 ($247,000).
  21. Investigating and Extending Bayesian Methods for Small Area Estimation. Project recommended for funding by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 2014- 2016 ($446,000).

 

科研成果

  1. John R. Logan and Harvey Molotch.  1987.  Urban Fortunes:  The Political Economy of Place.  Berkeley: University of California Press.
  2. John R. Logan and Todd Swanstrom (editors).  1990.  Beyond the City Limits:  Urban Policy and Economic Restructuring in Comparative Perspective.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  3. Alberto Gasparini, John R. Logan, and Valery Mansurov (editors).  1993.  Riqualificazione e Hinterland delle Grandi Citta.  Milan: Franco Angeli.
  4. John R. Logan and Glenna D. Spitze.  1996.  Family Ties: Enduring Relations between Parents and Their Grown Children.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  5. John R. Logan (editor).  2002.  The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform.  London: Blackwell Publishers.
  6. John R. Logan (editor).  2007.  Urban China in Transition.  London: Blackwell Publishers.
  7. John R. Logan.  1977.  "Affluence, Class Structure, and Working-Class Consciousness in Modern Spain" American Journal of Sociology 83(2): 386-402.
  8. John R. Logan.  l988.  "Producing Sociology:  Time Trends in Authorship of Journal Articles, l975-l986" The American Sociologist l9 (Summer): l67-l80.
  9. John R. Logan and Yanjie Bian.  1993.  "Inequalities in Access to Community Resources in a Chinese City" Social Forces 72 (December): 555-576.
  10. John R. Logan.  2000.  “Suburbanization” Pp. 3070-77 in Edgar Borgatta (editor), Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition.  New York:  MacMillan.
  11. John R. Logan.  2007.  “Unnatural Disaster: Social Impacts and Policy Choices after Katrina” In Karl-Siegbert Rehberg, (editor), Die Natur der Gesellschaft.  Verhandlungen des 33. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Kassel 2006, Campus-Verlag, Frankfurt a.M.
  12. John R. Logan.  2012.  “Making a Place for Space: Spatial Thinking in Social Science” Annual Reviews of Sociology 38:507-24.

 

社会兼职

  1. American Sociological Association: Member since 1968. Appointed to Career of Distinguished Scholarship Award Committee, (1995-98, Chair 1995-97).  Appointed to Spivack Program Advisory Committee (1997-2000). Elected to Committee on Publications (1998-2001). Vice President-Elect (2008-2009).  Vice President (2009-2011).
  2. International Sociological Association: Council member, Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development (1990-2002), President (1994-98).
  3. Panel member, Sociology Program, NSF (1997-99).
  4. Panel member, Infrastructure Program, SBE (1999).
  5. Member, Committee of Visitors, Sociology Program (2000, 2010).
  6. Member, International Integrated Microdata Series Project Advisory Board (2004-2008).
  7. China: Founder and Director, Urban China Research Network (1999-2004), Steering Committee member (2004-present).
  8. Board member, North American Chinese Sociologists Association (2000-2002). Advisory Board member, Urban China Research Centre, Cardiff University.

 

五、奖励荣誉

  1. Robert E. Park Award, ASA (l988)
  2. Award for a Distinguished Scholarly Publication, ASA (1990)
  3. Sorokin Lecturer, Pacific Sociological Association (1991)
  4. University Award for Excellence in Research, SUNY (1991)
  5. University Award for Excellence in Service, SUNY (1995)
  6. Russell Sage Foundation, Visiting Scholar (1996-1997)
  7. William J. Goode Award, ASA (1997)
  8. Rockefeller Foundation Study Center (Bellagio), Visiting Scholar (1999)
  9. SUNY Research Foundation Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship (2003)
  10. Robert and Helen Lynd Lifetime Achievement Award, ASA (2008)

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