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Jeff R. Crump

  • Associate Professor
    Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel
    350 McNeal Hall
    (612) 624-2281
    jrcrump@umn.edu

Specialties & Expertise:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Housing Policy & Urban Politics
  • Labor Geography

Course Titles (resident and outreach teaching):

  • DHA 2463 Housing and Community Development
  • DHA 5469 Understanding Housing
  • DHA 8463 Housing, Race and Class

Selected Scholarship:

  • Crump, J.R. (in press). Territorial stigmatization and public housing in the United States: Urban Landscapes and the Geography of Hate. In The Geography of Hate. Colin Flint, Editor, Routledge. -Refereed Book Chapter
  • Crump, J.R. (2003). Housing and rural labor in the U.S. Midwest. In W. Falk, M. Schulman and A. Tickamyer, eds. Communities of Work. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press.pgs 196-218. -Refereed Book Chapter
  • Crump, J.R. (2002). Contested landscapes of labor: rival unionism in the farm implement industry, pp. 225-248. In A. Herod and M. Wright, eds. Geographies of Power. New York: Blackwell Publishers. -Refereed Book Chapter
  • Crump, J.R. (2003). Finding a place in the country: Residential preferences and exurban development in Sonoma County, California. Environment and Behavior.35:187-202. -Refereed Journal Article
  • Crump, J.R. (2003). Rejoinder: The end of public housing as we know it. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.27:143-195. -Referred Journal Article
  • Crump, J.R. (2003). The end of public housing as we know it: Public housing policy, labor regulation and the U.S. City. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.27:179-187. -Refereed Journal Article
  • Crump, J.R. (2002). Learning by doing: Implementing community service-based learning. Journal of Geography, 101: 144-152. -Refereed Journal Article
  • Crump, J.R. (2002). Public housing, poverty and urban space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 20(5): 581-596.- Refereed Journal Article
  • Crump, J.R. (1995, March). Poverty conditions in rural Illinois. Keynote address presented at ??acing Up to Poverty in Rural Illinois?? Springfield, IL. Statewide conference with 350 in attendance. -Invited Presentation

Professional, Institutional, and Community Leadership and Service:

  • Chair (shared with Eric Sheppard), Economic Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 2002-present
  • Vice-Chair (shared with Eric Sheppard), Economic Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 2000-2002
  • Chair, Dissertation Award Competition, Economic Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 2000-2002
  • President, Political Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 1997-1999
  • Chair, Southern Regional Research Project, S-259, ??ural Labor Markets in a Global Economy?? United States Department of Agriculture, 1997-1998
 

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