Jenna Dublin-Boc

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Assistant Professor

School of Public Affairs
Office: AH 4113
Pronouns: She/ Her

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Jenna Dublin-Boc is an Assistant Professor of City Planning in the School of Public Affairs at San Diego State University. She uses mixed methods to study the relationships between neighborhood land use activism, inequality, and race in US cities. Her current research examines how community-based organizations of underrepresented groups use the regulations and participatory venues of zoning and historic preservation to influence land use decision-making in the contexts of gentrification, diminishing housing affordability, and environmental injustice. Before joining SDSU, Jenna completed her Ph.D. in Urban Planning at Columbia University. She also has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cooper Union and dual Master’s degrees in Urban Planning and Historic Preservation from the University of Maryland.

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