Graduate Program in City & Regional Planning
Daniel Campo, Ph.D.
Office: CBEIS 315
BA, State University of New York at Binghamton
MUP, Hunter College of the City University of New York
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, City and Regional Planning
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Urban Research, University of Pennsylvania
Urban Planning and Design, Public Space Studies, Downtown and Waterfront Planning, Placemaking, Arts and Cultural Planning, Historic Preservation, History of the Built Environment, Community and Economic Development, Cultural Geography, American Studies, Ethnography, International Development
Campo, Daniel, The Accidental Playground: Brooklyn Waterfront Narratives of the Undesigned and Unplanned (New York: Fordham University Press, 2013).
Campo, Daniel, "Postindustrial Futures: Adaptive Reuse versus ‘as is' Preservation," in Schwarz, Terry, ed., Urban Infill, Volume 7: Historic Preservation and Urban Change (Cleveland: Kent State University, 2014).
Campo, Daniel, "A New Postindustrial Nature: Remembering the Wild Waterfront of Hunters Point South," Streetnotes 25 (2016).
Campo, Daniel, "Historic Preservation in an Economic Void: Reviving Buffalo's Concrete Atlantis," Journal of Planning History 15-4 (2016).
Campo, Daniel, "Iconic Eyesores: Exploring Do-it-yourself Preservation and Civic Improvement at Abandoned Train Stations in Buffalo and Detroit," Journal of Urbanism 7-4 (2014).
Ryan, Brent D. and Daniel Campo, "Autotopia's End: The Decline and Fall of Detroit's Automotive Manufacturing Landscape," Journal of Planning History 12-2 (2013).
Grants and/or Awards:
Smart Family Foundation Research Grant, 2016
Smart Family Foundation Research Grant, 2011-13
National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Research Award, 2010-11