Chris Herring
Chris Herring
Harvard University, Visiting Fellow. UCLA, Assistant Professor (2022)
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The new logics of homeless seclusion: Homeless encampments in America's west coast cities
C Herring
City & Community 13 (4), 285-309, 2014
752014
The homeless question
C Herring, Z Glück
Occupy! Scenes from Occupied America, 163-69, 2011
40*2011
Pervasive penality: How the criminalization of poverty perpetuates homelessness
C Herring, D Yarbrough, L Marie Alatorre
Social Problems 67 (1), 131-149, 2020
372020
The roots and implications of the USA's homeless tent cities
C Herring, M Lutz
City 19 (5), 689-701, 2015
352015
Complaint-oriented policing: Regulating homelessness in public space
C Herring
American Sociological Review 84 (5), 769-800, 2019
292019
Eviction lab misses the mark
D Aiello, L Bates, T Graziani, C Herring, M Maharawal, E McElroy, P Phan, ...
Shelterforce. Accessed 23, 2018
20*2018
Punishing the Poorest: How San Francisco’s Criminalization of Homelessness Perpetuates Poverty
C Herring, D Yarbrough
UC Berkeley Human Rights Center and the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness, 2015
16*2015
Living theory: Principles and practices for teaching social theory ethnographically
C Herring, M Rosaldo, J Seim, B Shestakofsky
Teaching Sociology 44 (3), 188-199, 2016
112016
Tent Cities in America: A Pacific Coast Report
National Coalition for the Homeless
Author, 2010
7*2010
Tent City, America
C Herring
Places Journal, 2015
62015
Engels in the Crescent City: Revisiting the Housing Question in post-Katrina New Orleans
C Herring, E Rosenman
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 15 (3), 616-638, 2016
52016
Fighting Anti-homeless Laws through Participatory Action Research: Reflections from the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness’ Criminalization Study
L Alatorre, B Ali, J Friedenbach, C Herring, TJ Johnston, D Yarbrough
Collaborating for Change: A Casebook of Participatory Action Research, 2020
3*2020
Public-Private Parasites: How Business Improvement Districts Criminalize Homelessness
J Garnand, C Herring
Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 2019
32019
Between street and shelter: Seclusion, exclusion, and the neutralization of poverty
C Herring
Class, Ethnicity and State in the Polarized Metropolis, 281-305, 2019
32019
The Housing Question of Disaster Reconstruction: Rebuilding New Orleans on the Tenants of an Ownership Society
C Herring
The Housing Question: Tensions, Continuities, and Contingencies in the …, 2013
32013
Punitive Containment and Contesting Neoliberalism: The Roots and Implications of Homeless Camps in America
C Herring
Central European University, 2010
32010
Complaint-oriented “services”: Shelters as tools for criminalizing homelessness
C Herring
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 693 (1 …, 2021
22021
For the good of us all: Addressing the needs of our unhoused neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic
KA Lavasani, H Aridomi, C Auerswald, C Herring
Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Public Health, 2020
22020
Interrogating San Francisco’s Approach to Street Homelessness
C Herring
Unpublished memo, 2019
22019
Concentrated poverty
C Herring
The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies, 1-10, 2019
12019
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