WHILE WORKING ON A BOOK about gentrification in communities in Illinois, Maine, and Massachusetts, ethnographer Japonica Brown-Saracino caught sight of a separate tale, one concerning the ways that queer women impacted and were impacted by the places they chose to live.
FOOD HAS LONG BEEN ethnographer and gastronomist Rachel Eden Black’s lens on the world. From the open-air markets of Turin to her research into wine and wine culture, she is steeped in the study of how communities and agriculture intersect.
What if you could measure your online privacy and get the results as a number, something like a credit score? Assistant Professor of Computer Science Evimaria Terzi is developing a tool to do just that.
PERHAPS IT IS NO WONDER that an electrical engineer who became a professor of finance would take an interest in how green buildings can provide monetary benefits for the people who have the resources to fund renewable energy projects.