Dr. Noah Toly, Senior Fellow

Project: The Macondoization of the World: Reckoning with Scarcity, Tragedy, and Risk

Dr. Toly’s chief interests are in urban and global environmental governance. He is the co-author or co-editor of five books and has authored numerous other publications on topics such as global cities, environmental issues, and religion.  He is editor of the Routledge series, Cities and Global Governance and was selected to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs Emerging Leaders Program for 2011-2013. His expertise includes issues related to urban and environmental politics, global cities, and public policy. Dr. Toly directs the Urban Studies and Wheaton in Chicago programs.

Associate Professor of Politics & International Relations and Director of Urban Studies at Wheaton College