John Stehlin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Geography, Environment, and Sustainability

Dr. Stehlin is interested in urban political economy, mobility, and infrastructure. His research examines how new mobility infrastructures intersect race, class, and the division of labor in the production of urban space, particularly in the context of gentrification, “creative city” strategies, and sustainable urbanism. He teaches Introduction to Human Geography and Economic Geography, and is interested in innovative classroom methods, urban field study, and qualitative methods.