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Julian Ehsan | Administrator

Julian joined ASHP/CML in October 2018, providing administrative and research support for the Project. He has previously worked in local and state politics, interning for a councilwoman, an alderman, and a state treasurer. A graduate of New York University, Julian received a B.A. in History and Metropolitan Studies, focusing on the intersections of race, class, and gender in the postwar United States, as well as the nefarious forces of capitalism and austerity politics in the formation of unfair and unequal cities. He hails from Chicago, but for the past six years has called New York and briefly, Berlin, home. 

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