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。
- Project funded by the National Science Foundation, 1998-2002 ($318,000).
- Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($15,000).
- Urban China Research Network. Project funded by the Mellon Foundation, 2000-2005 ($920,000).
- Immigration, Ethnicity, and the Family. Project funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2000-2004 ($944,000).
- Economic Revitalization through Technology and Education-Based Institutions. Project funded by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2000-2001 ($85,000).
- Diversity and Separation in American Neighborhoods. Project funded by the Ford Foundation, 2001-2004 ($300,000).
- Urban Studies and Demography of China. Project funded by the Mellon Foundation, 2002-2005 ($100,000).
- Group Boundaries in New York and Chicago: New Uses of the 1880 Census. Project funded by the National Science Foundation, 2002-2004 ($155,000).
- 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).
- Albany Population Center. R24 Population Center Grant funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 2004-2007 ($1,081,000).
- Immigrant Pathways to Political Incorporation. Project funded by Russell Sage Foundation, 2005-2006 ($150,000).
- Katrina and the Built Environment: Spatial and Social Impacts. Project funded by National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics, 2005-2006 ($106,000).
- Disaster, Resilience and the Built Environment on the Gulf Coast. Project funded by National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics, 2006-2009 ($750,000).
- Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($6,000).
- 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).
- Research Experience for Undergraduates Supplement ($6,000).
- 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).
- 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).
- Project funded by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 2014-2019 ($1,670,000).
- Spatial Analyses of Segregation Trends. Project funded by National Science Foundation 2014- 2016 ($247,000).
- 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).
- John R. Logan and Harvey Molotch. 1987. Urban Fortunes: The Political Economy of Place. Berkeley: University of California Press.
- John R. Logan and Todd Swanstrom (editors). 1990. Beyond the City Limits: Urban Policy and Economic Restructuring in Comparative Perspective. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
- Alberto Gasparini, John R. Logan, and Valery Mansurov (editors). 1993. Riqualificazione e Hinterland delle Grandi Citta. Milan: Franco Angeli.
- John R. Logan and Glenna D. Spitze. 1996. Family Ties: Enduring Relations between Parents and Their Grown Children. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
- John R. Logan (editor). 2002. The New Chinese City: Globalization and Market Reform. London: Blackwell Publishers.
- John R. Logan (editor). 2007. Urban China in Transition. London: Blackwell Publishers.
- John R. Logan. 1977. "Affluence, Class Structure, and Working-Class Consciousness in Modern Spain" American Journal of Sociology 83(2): 386-402.
- John R. Logan. l988. "Producing Sociology: Time Trends in Authorship of Journal Articles, l975-l986" The American Sociologist l9 (Summer): l67-l80.
- John R. Logan and Yanjie Bian. 1993. "Inequalities in Access to Community Resources in a Chinese City" Social Forces 72 (December): 555-576.
- John R. Logan. 2000. “Suburbanization” Pp. 3070-77 in Edgar Borgatta (editor), Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd edition. New York: MacMillan.
- 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.
- John R. Logan. 2012. “Making a Place for Space: Spatial Thinking in Social Science” Annual Reviews of Sociology 38:507-24.
- 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).
- International Sociological Association: Council member, Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development (1990-2002), President (1994-98).
- Panel member, Sociology Program, NSF (1997-99).
- Panel member, Infrastructure Program, SBE (1999).
- Member, Committee of Visitors, Sociology Program (2000, 2010).
- Member, International Integrated Microdata Series Project Advisory Board (2004-2008).
- China: Founder and Director, Urban China Research Network (1999-2004), Steering Committee member (2004-present).
- Board member, North American Chinese Sociologists Association (2000-2002). Advisory Board member, Urban China Research Centre, Cardiff University.
- Robert E. Park Award, ASA (l988)
- Award for a Distinguished Scholarly Publication, ASA (1990)
- Sorokin Lecturer, Pacific Sociological Association (1991)
- University Award for Excellence in Research, SUNY (1991)
- University Award for Excellence in Service, SUNY (1995)
- Russell Sage Foundation, Visiting Scholar (1996-1997)
- William J. Goode Award, ASA (1997)
- Rockefeller Foundation Study Center (Bellagio), Visiting Scholar (1999)
- SUNY Research Foundation Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship (2003)
- Robert and Helen Lynd Lifetime Achievement Award, ASA (2008)