Associate Professor, Geography
I am an economic geographer and critical urban scholar, and I study how financial processes and digital technologies are shifting the terrain of the housing question in the 21st century. In addition to teaching in Global Metropolitan Studies and my home department of Geography, I am also a trustee of the Urban Studies Foundation and an editor at the journal Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space.
Graduate courses: GMS200: Histories, Theories, and Methods of Global Metropolitan Studies; GEOG247: Digital Transformations in Land, Housing, and Property
Personal website: https://www.desireefields.org/