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Destin Jenkins, Co-Editor

Destin Jenkins is the Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of History at the University of Chicago. He specializes in racial capitalism’s history and consequences for democracy and inequality in the United States. He earned his undergraduate degree from Columbia University (2010), and doctorate from Stanford University (2016). He has held fellowships at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University, and the Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies at The New School.

Destin Jenkins is the author of The Bonds of Inequality: Debt and the Making of the American City (The University of Chicago Press). Indebtedness, like inequality, has become a ubiquitous condition in the United States. Yet few have probed American cities’ dependence on municipal debt or how the terms of municipal finance structure racial privileges, entrench spatial neglect, elide democratic input, and distribute wealth and power. In The Bonds of Inequality, Jenkins shows in vivid detail how, beyond the borrowing decisions of American cities and beneath their quotidian infrastructure, there lurks a world of politics and finance that is rarely seen, let alone understood. Focusing on San Francisco, The Bonds of Inequality offers a singular view of the postwar city, one where the …
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Hannah Hubbard, Assistant Editor

Hannah Hubbard

Hannah is a J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. She is involved in the Consumer Protection Law Students Association, Street Justice Coalition, and Lambda. She has interned at the Committee for Public Counsel Services in Roxbury and the National Consumer Law Center in Boston. Hannah is also an Editor for Unbound: Harvard Journal of the Legal Left and an Article and Executive Content Editor for the Harvard Journal of Law & Gender.

Hannah’s interests include consumer protection, the history of U.S. capitalism, and critical legal theory. When she graduates, Hannah wants to return to her home state of North Carolina and practice consumer law.

Hannah has a B.A. in Economics (with a minor in History) from Wellesley College.…
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