Susan W. Friedman

Introduction

Mark BLoch, Sociology and Geography

Research Interests

  • historical geography
  • social geography
  • history of geography

Education

  • Ph.D. Geography, University of Toronto
  • M.A. Geography, University of Toronto
  • B.A. (Honors), Psychology, Brown University

Courses Taught

  • GEOG 420Y: Comparative Urbanism
  • ARCH 520: Methods of Inquiry in Architecture and Urban Design
  • GGR B05: Urban Geography at the University of Toronto

Publications

Friedman, Susan W.  Marc Bloch, Sociology and Geography: Encountering  Changing Disciplines. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. 258 pp. Reprinted as an eBook, at www.netLibrary.com, 2002.  Paperback edition, 2004.

Friedman, Susan W. “Historical Geography and Historical Sociology:  Our Honest Toil and the Spatial Turn" in Handbook of Historical Sociology, Gerald Delanty and Engin F. Isin, eds. (London: Sage), 2003, pp. 108-131.

Heberling, Scott D., William M. Hunter and Susan W. Friedman.Historic Structures Inventory/Determination of Eligibility Report:West End Transportation Improvements Project, SR 0056, Section 023, Cambria County, Pennsylvania.  Heberling Associates, Inc., Alexandria, PA, 2004, vols. 1-4. 

Erickson, Rodney A. and Susan W. Friedman. "Comparative Dimensions of State Enterprise Zone Policies," in Roy E. Green, ed., Enterprise Zones: New Directions in Economic Development (Newbury Park: Sage Publications, 1991), pp. 155-176.

Erickson, Rodney A. and Susan W. Friedman. "Enterprise Zones: 2. A Comparative Analysis of Zone Performance and State Government Policies," Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 8 (1990): 363-378.

Erickson, Rodney A. and Susan W. Friedman. "Enterprise Zones: 1. Investment and Job Creation of State Government Programs in the United States of America," Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 8 (1990): 251-267.