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Ernest Sternberg, Ph.D.

Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Professor and Chair

Specialty/Research Focus

General conceptualization of disaster planning within a state, urban area, or facility

  1.  “Purifying the World: What the New Radical Ideology Stands For,” Orbis  54:1, Winter 2010, pp. 61-86.
  2.  “Prospects for Building Regional Clusters of Technological Strength in the Homeland Security Sector: The Case of New York State,” Journal of Applied Security Studies 4:3, Jul.-Sept. 2009, pp. 341-362.
  3.  (with George C. Lee) “New York City’s Healthcare Transportation During Disaster: A Preparedness Framework for a Wicked Problem,” Prehospital and Disaster Medicine  25:2, 2009, pp. 95-107
  4. “The Urban Region as Locus of Security Problems: Toward Research and Education to Safeguard New York and Other Urban Areas from Terrorism and Disaster,” Journal of Applied Security Research, 3:1, 2007, pp. 11-24.
  5.  “Planning for Community Health Emergencies: The Research Challenge,” Journal of Security Education 1:4, 2006, pp. 133-144.
  6. "Classical Precariousness versus Modern Risk: Lessons in Prudence." Humanitas(forthcoming).
  7. "Counting Crises: US Hospital Evacuations 1971-1999," (with George C. Lee and Daniel Huard).Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. (2004)
  8. "Planning for Resilience in Hospital Internal Disaster." (2003). Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Vol. 18, No. 4
  9. "Educating the Economic Strategist." (2002). in James Dator, ed., Advancing Futures: Futures Studies in Higher Education. Westport, CT: Praeger
  10. "What Makes Buildings Catalytic? How Cultural Facilities Spur Surrounding Development." (2002). Journal of Architecture and Planning Research. Vol. 19, No. 1
  11. “An Integrative Theory of Urban Design.” (2000).Journal of the American Planning Association. Vol. 66, No. 3
  12. The Economy of Icons: How Business Manufactures Meaning. (1999). Westport, CT: Praeger
  13. “Transformations: The Forces of Capitalist Change.” (1999). in Kenneth Taylor and William E. Halal, eds., 21st Century Economics. Boston, MA: St. Martin’s Press
  14. “The Iconography of the Tourism Experience.” (1997). Annals of Tourism Research. Vol. 24
  15. "Recuperating from Market Failure: Planning for Biodiversity and Technological Competitiveness." (1996). Public Administration Review. Vol. 56, January/February
  16. Photonic Technology and Industrial Policy: U.S. Responses to Technological Change. (1992). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press