Doctor/ PhD member- Dr. Jerome Krase (USA)


Jerome Krase

Ph.D., New York University, Sociology





















Prof. Dr. Jerome Krase is an Emeritus Professor, sociologist, Murray Koppelman Professor, School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Expert in sociology, gentrification in Brooklyn, Brooklyn ethnic groups, Italian-American politics, culture, race, class, urban life and Ethnicity in New York. One of his recent books includes Race, Class, and Gentrification in Brooklyn: A View from the Street. He is a public activist-scholar and serves as a consultant to public and private agencies regarding urban community issues. Co-Editor of Urbanities, and Editorial Board Member of Visual Studies, and CIDADES.


VIDEO

What should a council person say about gentrification ? Jerry Krase, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Brooklyn College who wrote book after book on this topic explains.


Visual sociology as a tool for exploring cities.Professor Jerome Krase


Krase on Giuliani's "Italianness"


Publications

Publications


Forthcoming and Work in Progress:


REV: ESSAY: Walker Evans: Starting from Scratch, by Svetlana Alpers, Princeton University Press, 2020 and Walker Evans: no politics, by Stephanie Schwartz, University of Texas Press, 2020, Visual Studies, 2021


REV: Geoff Dyer The Street Photography of Garry Winogrand, University of Texas Press, 2020. Visual Studies, 2021.


“Leaving No One Behind: Social Justice in Brooklyn Development: 500 Years of Struggle,” Reinventing the City: Lessons in Sustainability, edited by Deborah Mutnik, Routledge. Forthcoming 2022.


“Storymaking and Photography: The Visual Essay and Migration,” in Visual Methods in Migration Studies edited by Karolina Nikielska-Sekula and Amandine Desille, Springer IMSCOE. Forthcoming 2021. With Timothy Shortell.


Publications in Print


“The Business of Commodifying Consumers,” Real Life and Real Economics, European Ukrainian Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

https://economics.euasu.org/the-business-of-commodifying-consumers/ In Russian at: https://economics.euasu.org/resolution/


REV: Joseph Puleo America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill, Italian American Review, 12, 2021:


REV ESSAY: Sense of Origins: A Study of New York’s Young Italian Americans, by Rosemary Serra. (Translated by Scott R. Kapuscinki, State University of Albany Press, 2020. Urbanities. 11 (1), 2021: 97-100.


REV. ESSAY: Mundunur: A Mountain Village Under the Spell of South Italy, by Michele Antonio Di Marco, Via Media Publishing, 2020, and On Being Great Again, A Surgeon, A Soldier, A Family Man, Jack J. Caleca, MD, by Diane Campbell Green,

Covenant Books, 2019. VIA: Voices in Italian Americana 32 (1): 152-58.


“Seeing Sub- and Other Cultures,” Collected Papers Sketch a Subculture, European Ukrainian Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, March 2021: https://subculture.euasu.org/seeing-sub-and-other-kinds-of-cultures-by-jerome-krase/


“Little Italies and Gentrification,” Etnografie del Contemporaneo, 4, Gentrificazione e margini edited by Francesco Mangiapane. 2020: 109-66. https://www.edizionimuseopasqualino.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/etnografiedelcontemporaneo3.pdf



“Visual Sociology of the Vernacular Urban Landscape: An Interview with Jerome Krase,” Les manières de faire vernaculaires: Vernacular Ways, Interfaces: Image, Text, Language, 44, 2020. With Jordi Ballesta and Eliane de Larminat. https://journals.openedition.org/interfaces/1437


“Jean Baudrillard, Me, and Ethnic Theme Parks,” Baudrillard Now, 2(1), 2021: (First OnLine: November 8, 2020). https://www.baudrillard-scijournal.com/jean-baudrillard-me-and-ethnic-theme-parks-by-jerome-krase/


“Interrogating Academic Interrogations,” Collected Papers Challenges of Source Evaluation in Science and Correlated Areas, European Ukrainian Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, December 2020. https://source.euasu.org/interrogating-academic-interrogations/ RePublished as: ЗАДАВАЯСЬ АКАДЕМИЧЕСКИМИ ВОПРОСАМИ, Granite of Science: Scientific and Popular Journal 6, 2021: 42-54.


“Seeing How Black Lives Matter in a Super-Gentrified Neighborhood,” Teaching/Learning Matters, 50 (4), Fall 2020:

https://sites.google.com/view/teachingandlearningmatters/asa-teachinglearning-matters/volume-51-issue-4-fall-2020/seeing-how-black-lives-matter-in-a-super-gentrified-neighborhood

Also, ASA Section on Human Rights Newsletter, Fall 2020: 2.


Foreword, Sense of Origins: A Study of New York’s Young Italian Americans, by Rosemary Serra. Albany, NY: SUNY Albany Press, 2020: ix-xi. Also in Italian in Il senso delle origini. Indagine sui giovane italoamericani di New York, edizioni Franco Angeli collana Laboratorio sociologico , 2017


“Life in the Time of Covid19 in a Super-Gentrified and Super-Diverse Neighborhood: Making Things Visible,” Urbanities-Journal of Urban Ethnography, Special Issue City Life and Beyond in Times of Pandemic, Edited by G. B. Prato 10, Supplement 4, 2020: 69-75. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/16-Krase.pdf


“Life in the Time of COVID19 in a Hyper-Super Gentrified Neighborhood: Making things Visible,” in Collected Papers of the International scientific and practical conference “City as a Classroom,” 2020: 25-33.

https://books.google.com.ua/books/about?id=GkkCEAAAQBAJ&redir_esc=y

https://conference-city.euasu.org/collected-papers/


, The Status of Interpretation in Italian American Studies.Gentrification around the World, Volume 1: Gentrifiers and the Displaced, Palgrave-Macmillan, Co-Editor with Judith N. DeSena. 2020.


Gentrification around the World Volume 2: Innovative Approaches, Palgrave-Macmillan, Co-Editor with Judith N. DeSena. 2020


REV: Sara Blair How the Other Half Looks: The Lower East Side and the Afterlives of Images. Princeton University Press 2018 Visual Studies, 35 (1) 2019: 91-92.


REV: Judith Noemi Freidenberg. 2016. Contemporary Conversations on Immigration in the United States: The View from Prince George’s County, Maryland. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. Urbanities-Journal of Urban Ethnography 9 (1) 2019:

http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/9-Book-Reviews.pdf


REV: Francesco Vecchio. 2015. Asylum Seeking and the Global City. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Urbanities-Journal of Urban Ethnography 9 (1) 2019:

http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/9-Book-Reviews.pdf


“Seeing Greenpoint Virtually and Actually Change: Polish Americans and Gentrification in Brooklyn,” Polish American Studies, 76(1) 2019: 11-28.


“Theme Parks,” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies edited by Anthony M. Orum. Wiley-Blackwell. 2019.

Special Section on Gentrification, Urbanities 8 (2) 2018, Editor. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/vol-8-no-2-november-2018-2/

“Introduction: On Gentrification,” in Special Section on Gentrification, Urbanities 8 (2) 2018, edited by Jerome Krase http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/vol-8-no-2-november-2018-2/


“Teaching how Cities Change, Visually,” Newsletter, Society for the Study of Social Problems - Teaching Social Problems Division, Fall 2018: 2-8. https://www.sssp1.org/file/Newsletters/Teaching_SP/Fall2018.pdf


“Spreading the Word about Images,” International Sociological Association Visual Sociology Research Committee (RC57) Newsletter, Volume 17, December, 2018: 7.


“Undermining Governmental Legitimacy at the Grass Roots: The Role of Failed Promises and Inflated Expectations of Community Accountability,” In Legitimacy: Ethnographic and Theoretical Insights, edited by Italo Pardo and Giuliana B. Prato, Palgrave-Macmillan: 2019: 169-92 With Kathryn Krase.

“Seeing Places Change,” TEACHING/LEARNING MATTERS, Newsletter for the American Sociological Association Section on Teaching and Learning, 47 (2) 2018: 4-5. https://teachingandlearningsociology.files.wordpress.com/2018/08/tl-newsletter_47-2.pdf


“Seeing Little Italy and Chinatown: Visual Spatial Semiotics,” CUSS Newsletter, American Sociological Association Community & Urban Sociology Section, 30(2): 2018: 4-5.


“Undermining Governmental Legitimacy: Failed Expectations of Community Accountability,” Urbanities. 8, Supplement 1, Ethnographers Debate Legitimacy, 2018: 42-48. With Kathryn Krase. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/11-Krase-Krase.pdf


“Ethnography: Bridging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide,” in Placing Urban Anthropology: The Production of Empirically-based Knowledge and its Significance to Society, edited by Giuliana B. Prato, Italo Pardo, Walter Kaltenbacher. Diogenes, Sage. 2018. First OnLine: DOI: 10.1177/0392192117740027

“Visual Sociology,” SOCIOPEDIA.ISA, International Sociological Association, with Dennis Zuev, 2018. https://sociopedia.isaportal.org/resources/resource/visual-sociology/


REV: In the Name of the Mother: Italian Americans, African Americans, and Modernity from Booker T. Washington to Bruce Springsteen, by Samuele F. S. Pardini. 

Italian Americana. 28 (2) 2018: 115-17.

“The Multitude of Approaches to Urban Ethnography: Blessing or Curse?” in The Palgrave Handbook on Urban Ethnography, edited by Italo Pardo and Giuliana B. Prato, Palgrave-Macmillan. 2018: 71-91.


REV: From Italy to the North End: Photographs, 1972-1982, by Anthony V. Riccio. Foreword by James Pasto. Voices in Italian Americana. 29, #1, 2018.


Foreword, City Built by Fear: Portraits of Everyday Life in Quito, by Timo Peeters and Phelim Hoey. Utrecht: Libertas Pascal, 2017: 4-7.


Diversity and Local Contexts: Urban Space, Borders and Migration. Palgrave Macmillan, Co-Editor with Zdenek Uherek. 2017.

“Italian Americans and Others in New York City: Interethnic Relations from the Field,” in Diversity and Local Contexts: Urban Space, Borders and Migration, edited by Jerome Krase and Zdenek Uherek. Palgrave/Macmillan. 2017: 191-208.

“A Personal Reflection on White Ethnic Sociology” Polish American Studies, Special Issue on “In-Between Scholars: Personal Biography and the Writing of Ethnic History.” 74 (2), 2017: 25-29.

“Seeing the Local in Global Cities,” Public Space: Between Re-Imagination and Occupation, edited by Svetlana Hristova and Mariusz Czepczińsky. Routledge 2017: 50-62.


“The Visual Impact of Islam: A Special Focus on Turkish Migration to the United States and Europe,” Urbanities, 7, 1, 2017: 22- 41 with Timothy Shortell. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/4-Jerome-Krase-Timothy-Shortell.pdf

“Whatever Happened to Little Italy?”, The Routledge History of the Italian Americans, edited by William J. Connell and Stanislao Pugliese. Routledge, 2017: 523-38. Republished as “Che fine ha fatto little Italy?,” in Storia degli italoamericani, edited by William J. Connell, Stanislao Pugliese, and Maddalena Tirabassi. Milan: Mondadori, 2019: 639-59.

“Seeing Residential Im/mobilities in New York City,” in “(Im)Mobilities of Dwelling: Places and Practices,” Special Issue of Cultural Studies 30, 3 edited by Sybille Frank and Lars Meier. 2016: 376-400. d in Dwelling in Mobile Times: Places, Practices and Contestations, edited by Sybille Frank and Lars Meier, Routledge 2017.

Race, Class, and Gentrification in Brooklyn: A View from the Street. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. With Judith N. DeSena. 2016. Paperback 2018.


REV: Built with Faith: Italian American Imagination and Catholic Material Culture in New York City by Joseph Sciorra. Italian American Review. 27 (1) 2016: 222-23.

“Restrictive Covenants,” in The Encyclopedia of Race Ethnicity and Nationalism,

edited by John Stone, et al. With Sara Martucci, London: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2015.

“Ethnography: Bridging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide,” in G. B. Prato, I. Pardo, W. Kaltenbacher (eds), Placing Urban Anthropology: The Production of Empirically-based Knowledge and its Significance to Society. Special Issue of Diogène, 2015: 74-89. (French)

“Brooklyn Revisited: An Illustrated View from the Street 1970 to the Present,” Urbanities, 5 (2) 2015: 3-19. With Judith N. DeSena. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/docs/tableofcontents_9/3%20-%20Desena%20&%20Krase%20Art.pdf

“New York City’s Little Italies Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow?” in Italian Touches edited by Fred Gardaphe. Penfield Books. 2015: 25-28.


“Seeing Inclusion and the Right to the City” in Inclusive City – Überlegungen zum Verhältnis von Mobilität und Diversität zur Stadtgesellschaft, edited by Wolf-D. Bukow, Melanie Behrens, Karin Cudak, and Christoph Strück, VS Verlag, 2015: 23-42.

“Seeing Islam in Global Cities: A Spatial Semiotic Analysis,” in Seeing Religion: Toward a Visual Sociology of Religion, edited by Roman R. Williams. Routledge, with Timothy Shortell, 2015: 61-84.

“The Unfortunate Pilgrim: You Can’t Get There From Here,” Forum Italicum, Festschrift for Mario Mignone. Stony Brook, New York. 2015: 17-48.

"Ethics in Visual Social Science Research: Privacy in Public Spaces and Public View," Newsletter, Visual Sociology, International Sociological Association Working Group 03, July 2004: https://www.isa-sociology.org/uploads/files/wg03newsletter_july_2014.pdf


“Walking in Search of Migrants in European Cities,” in Walking the European City, edited by Timothy Shortell and Evrick Brown. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate: 2014: 153-72.

"Park Slope, Brooklyn, in the Aftermath of the Destruction of the World Trade Center," in Recovering 9/11 in New York Edited by Robert Fanuzzi and Michael Wolfe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: 2014: 28-48.

“Seeing New York City’s Financial Crisis in the Vernacular Landscape,” in Crisis and Cities: New Critical Urban Theory, edited by Kuniko Fujita, London: Sage, with Timothy Shortell, 2013: 188-217.

“On the Visual Semiotics of Collective Identity in Urban Vernacular Spaces,” in Sociology of the Visual Sphere, edited by Dennis Zuev and Regev Nathansohn, London: Routledge, with Timothy Shortell, 2013: 108-28.


“Teaching Urban Documentaries”, Teaching & Learning Matters, ASA Newsletter, Section on Teaching & Learning, 42 (1) 2013: 8-9, and The Badass Sociologist, Newsletter, Society for the Study of Social Problems - Teaching Social Problems Division - Fall 2012: 13-14. Also: International Visual Sociology Showcase: http://visualsociology.org/showcase/published-work/item/teaching-urban-documentaries-part-i.html and http://visualsociology.org/showcase/published-work/item/teaching-urban-documentaries-part-ii.html

“Italian American Politics in New York City: Bird’s and Worm’s Eye Views,” in Italian Signs, American Politics, edited by Ottorino Capelli. New York: John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 2012: 11- 39.


“Ethics in Visual Social Science Research: Privacy in Public Spaces and Public View” in Integrating Science, Ethics and Human Rights: A Way Forward, White Paper of the Science Ethics and Human Rights Working Group, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Science and Human Rights Coalition, October, 2012.


“Riding the Bus in Brooklyn: Seeing the Spectacle of Everyday Multicultural Life,” in The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City, edited by Judith N. DeSena and Timothy Shortell, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012: 237-58.


“An Argument for Seeing in Urban Social Science,” Urbanities 2, 1, 2012: 18-29. http://www.anthrojournal-urbanities.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/3-Krase.pdf


Seeing Cities Change: Local Culture and Class. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate/Routledge. 2012. Paperback 2017


REV: Migration and Human Rights: The United Nations Convention on Migrant Workers' Rights. Edited by Ryszard Cholewinski, International Organization for Migration, Geneva; Paul de Guchteneire, UNESCO, Paris; and Antoine Pecoud, UNESCO, Paris, 2009, Human Rights Review, 13, 2: 257-59. 2012. DOI: 10.1007/s12142-012-0222-6 OnlineFirst: http://www.springerlink.com/content/k755281t83q87736/


The Status of Interpretation in Italian American Studies, Editor, Stony Brook, NY: Forum Italicum. 2012.


“Interpreting the Italian Look, Visual Semiotics of Ethnic Authenticity,” in The Status of Interpretation in Italian American Studies, edited by Jerome Krase. Stonybrook, NY: Forum Italicum. 2012: 86-121.


“Global Cities,” in The Encyclopedia of Global Religion, edited by Wade Clark Roof and Mark Juergensmeyer, Sage, with Timothy Shortell. 2012.

"Migration & Cultural Diversity", International Sociological Association Newsletter 2: 2011: 16-19.


“Seeing Difference: Spatial Semiotics of Ethnic and Class Identity in Global Cities,”

Visual Communication, 10,3, 2011: 367-400. with Timothy Shortell.


"Italian Americans and College Life: A Survey of Student Experi­ences at Brook­lyn College," (1975) reprinted in Italian-American Students in New York City, 1975-2000: A Research Anthology, edited by Nancy L. Ziehler, New York: John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 2011. With Vincent J. Fuccillo.: 17- 47.


"Italian American Female College Students: A New Generation Connected to the Old," (1978) reprinted in Italian-American Students in New York City, 1975-2000: A Research Anthology, edited by Nancy L. Ziehler, New York: John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 2011: 49- 55


"Educational Attainment and Educational Values of Italian Ameri­can Generations," (1986) reprinted in Italian-American Students in New York City, 1975-2000: A Research Anthology, edited by Nancy L. Ziehler, New York: John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, 2011: 87- 112.


“Berlin,” Streetnotes, 19, 1, 2011: 89-101. http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/2v49m55q


Biographical Entries, in The Polish American Encyclopedia, edited by James S. Pula, McFarland, 2011: Feliks Gross,160; Bronislaw Malinowski, 291-2; Danuta Mostwin, 312; and Florian Znaniecki, 565.


“Diversity and Urban living: Ethnic Crossroads - Visualizing Urban Narratives,” Orte der Diversität: Formate, Arrangements und Inszenierungen. Edited by Cristina Allemann-Ghionda / Wolf-Dietrich Bukow, Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag, 2010: 93-112.

“The Jordan Family as a Worm’s Eye View of Machine Politics,” in Small Towns, Big Cities: The Urban Experience of Italian Americans, edited by Dennis Barone and Stefano Luconi. New York: American Italian Historical Association, 2010: 35-51.


“Shark Tale—“Puzza da Cap’: An Attempt at Ethnic Activism,” Anti-Italianism Essays on a Prejudice, Edited by William J. Connell and Fred Gardaphe, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010: 137-50. Republished as “Shark Tale—“Puzza da Cap’, in L’anti-italianismo negli stati uniti: evoluzione di un pregiudizio, edited by William J. Connell and Fred Gardaphe, Ariccia, Italy: Aracne editrice, 2019: 229-47.


“Seeing the Past, Present, and Future of North Denver’s Little Italy,” in Italian Passages: Making and Thinking History, edited by John Paul Russo and Teri Ann Bengiveno, New York: American Italian Historical Association, 2010: 56-73

“Kein Mix,” Kulturaustausch, 3, 2009: 24-25. http://www.kulturaustausch.de/index.php?id=5&tx_amkulturaustausch_pi1%5Bview%5D=ARTICLE&tx_amkulturaustausch_pi1%5Bauid%5D=863&cHash=09dadc7fa6500c5aebafc8a85aee153a


“A Visual Approach to Multiculturalism,” in Beyond Multiculturalism edited by Giuliana Prato, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2009: 1-38.


“Contested Terrains: Visualizing Glocalization in Global Cities,” in Home, Migration, and the City: Spatial Forms and Practices in a Globalising World,” edited by Ayona Datta, Open House International, 34,3, 2009: 65-73.


“The American Italian Historical Association: A View from the Bridge,” Polish American Studies, 65 (1) 2008: 23-40 Published by: Polish American Historical Association Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20148789