Neil Brenner

Affiliations: 
Sociology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Organizational, Geography, Public and Social Welfare
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Parents

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Moishe Postone grad student 1999 Chicago
 (Dissertation committee member)
William H. Sewell Jr. grad student 1999 Chicago
 (Dissertation chair)
George P. Steinmetz grad student 1999 Chicago
 (Dissertation committee member)

Children

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Nitsan Chorev grad student 2003 NYU
Dorith Geva grad student 2006 NYU
Alexandra Kowalski grad student 2007 NYU
Aaron Major grad student 2008 NYU
Monika Krause grad student 2009 NYU
Daniel Aldana-Cohen grad student 2016 NYU
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Brenner N. (2018) Debating planetary urbanization: For an engaged pluralism: Environment and Planning D-Society & Space. 36: 570-590
Brenner N. (2016) The Hinterland Urbanised? Architectural Design. 86: 118-127
Brenner N, Schmid C. (2015) Towards a new epistemology of the urban? City. 19: 151-182
Brenner N, Schmid C. (2014) The 'urban age' in question International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38: 731-755
Wachsmuth D, Brenner N. (2014) Introduction to henri lefebvre's "Dissolving city, planetary metamorphosis" Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 32: 199-202
Brenner N. (2013) Theses on urbanization Public Culture. 25: 85-114
Peck J, Theodore N, Brenner N. (2013) Neoliberal Urbanism Redux? International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 37: 1091-1099
Peck J, Theodore N, Brenner N. (2012) Postneoliberalism and its Malcontents The Point Is to Change It: Geographies of Hope and Survival in An Age of Crisis. 94-116
Brenner N, Theodore N. (2012) Cities and the geographies of "actually existing neoliberalism" Spaces of Neoliberalism: Urban Restructuring in North America and Western Europe. 1-32
Wachsmuth D, Madden DJ, Brenner N. (2011) Between abstraction and complexity City. 15: 740-750
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