Christopher Campbell, PhD
Chair, Department of Urban Design and Planning; Senior Lecturer Full-time, Urban Design and Planning; Director, Community, Environment, and Planning Program
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My research focuses on community and place-making at different scales and in different settings. I am particularly interested in the social aspects of place-making and the intersection of design, social behavior, and culture. My forthcoming book, titled Making Los Angeles: Constructing a Sense of Place Out of Ordinary Urban Space (Yale Cultural Series, Paradigm Publishers), looks at how people routinely draw upon underlying symbolic grammars to construct a sense of place in very un-place-like urban settings. I am also developing a research track in Russian urban planning and design. With Professor Frank Westerlund (UW) and Professor Irina Kukina (KSAACE), I founded and continue to run the Seattle/Krasnoyarsk Exchange Program on Urban Policy, Planning, and Education. This program promotes research and student, faculty, and professional exchanges between the University of Washington and Krasnoyarsk Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering in Krasnoyarsk, Russia (Siberia).
- URBDP 562 Introduction to Neighborhood Planning and Community Development
- CEP 301 The Idea of Community
- CEP 303 Social Structures and Processes
- CEP 462 Community and Environment
Campbell, C. and Evans-Campbell, T. (2011): Indigenist Oppression and Resistance in Indian Child Welfare: Reclaiming our Children. Pp 295-314 in Social Welfare Policy: Regulation and Resistance Among People of Color. J. Schiele (ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.
Evans-Campbell, T., and Campbell, C. (2011). Historical Trauma and Native American Child Development and Mental Health: An Overview. Pp 1-26 in American Indian and Alaska Native Children’s Mental Health: Development, Context Prevention, and Treatment. M. Sarche, P. Spicer, P. Farrell, and H. Fitzgerald (eds.). Santa Barbara, CA, Praeger.