David Giles "is the Center for an Urban Future's research associate. He grew up in one of the nation’s first federally subsidized master-planned communities outside Houston, Texas, and first became fascinated with cities on a Fulbright Scholarship in Berlin, Germany. After studying philosophy at the University of Chicago, he moved to New York City and began writing about eminent domain controversies and sustainable development issues for City Limits, The Next American City and The Architect's Newspaper, among other publications. In his spare time, he is directing a documentary about a neighborhood of junkyards in Queens." 
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- Staff, Fellows & Board, Center for an Urban Future, accessed May 18, 2008.