2006
Alumni (National Fellow)

Suleiman Osman

National Fellow
Degrees:
Ph.D. George Washington University (2006)
Professional Sector:
Education
Fields of Interest:
African American History
Economic Policy
Housing Policy
Infrastructure
Political Economy
Tax Policy
Urban History

Thesis Description:

The Birth of Postmodern New York: Gentrification, Post industrialization and Race in South Brooklyn from 1950 to 1980

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