Professor Emeritus Robert Lake explores Rorty’s posthumously published work on Pragmatism as Anti-Authoritarianism and the shift form professional geography to public geography in his latest article published in The Professional Geographer.
The urban process encompasses vast structures and practices engaged in creating, extracting, and accumulating value in and from the urban landscape. But what is value and how does it attain its coercive power over urban life? Professor Emeritus Bob Lake explores these questions in his latest work.
Bloustein School professors and other renowned academics explore the writings and critical engagement of Bloustein Professor Emertius Robert W. Lake
He looks to see if there are parallels in the aftermath of the flu pandemic of 1918 and World War I, maintaining that expectations for change are often followed by more of the same.
New book explores the common narratives of social betterment that justify and enact land as commodity
The authors unpack the dynamics of land commodification across a broad range of political, spatial, and temporal settings, exposing its simultaneously contingent and collective nature.
Bloustein School professor and director of the doctoral program Robert Lake was selected as the recipient of 2015 Teaching Excellence Awards from the Northeast Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS) and Rutgers Graduate School-New Brunswick (GSNB). The Northeast...