Sharon Zukin is a professor of sociology at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, who specializes in modern urban life. She writes about culture and real estate in New York City, and has also examines consumer society and culture, the new economic order in the United States and France, and socialism in the former Yugoslavia. Her books Loft Living, The Cultures of Cities and Naked City trace the recent reshaping of the city through deindustrialization, gentrification, and immigration, as well as the rise of the symbolic economy based on cultural production and consumption.
Zukin received the C. Wright Mills Award from the Society for the Study of Social Problems for Landscapes of Power and the Robert and Helen Lynd Award for Career Achievement in Urban Sociology from the Community and Urban Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association. She holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University.
- Naked City: The Death and Life of Authentic Urban Places (Oxford University Press, 2010)
- Point of purchase : How shopping changed American culture (Routledge, 2004)
- The Cultures of Cities (Blackwell, 1995)
- Landscapes of Power: From Detroit to Disney World (University of California Press, 1991)
- Loft Living: Culture and Capital in Urban Change (Johns Hopkins University Press,1982, rev. ed. Rutgers University Press, 1989)
- Beyond Marx and Tito (Cambridge University Press, 1975)
- "Beyond Titoism," Sharon Zukin. TELOS (Summer 1980)
- "French Socialists vs. Deindustrialization: The State in the World Economy," Sharon Zukin. TELOS (Spring 1983)
- After the World Trade Center (with Michael Sorkin, Routledge, 2002)
- Structures of Capital (with Paul DiMaggio, Cambridge University Press, 1990)
- Industrial Policy: Business and Politics in the United States and France (Praeger, 1985)
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