Jacob Anbinder was a Meyer Fellow at the Center, and is a historian of the modern United States with a particular focus on the politics of cities and suburbs in the twentieth century. His research interests include the political economy of major infrastructure projects, movements for and against change to the built environment, and the ways in which sprawl and spatial segregation create social inequities. Jacob received his PhD in history from Harvard University in 2023.

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