Daniel London is research coordinator for the Interdependence Movement, and is primarily responsible for researching and promoting Dr. Benjamin Barber's upcoming book, If Mayors Ruled the World, to be published by Yale University Press in 2013. He will also coordinate further conversations, initiatives, and research on the subject of global cities following the book's publication. Daniel received his Masters in History at the City University of New York's Graduate Center in 2010, where he focused his research on the role of public space in turn-of-the-century progressive political thought. While pursuing his degree Daniel London gained teaching experience at the College of Staten Island, City College, and Hunter College, giving classes on US History and US Urban History. He also had the opportunity to deliver his original research at the national conferences of the Organization of American Historians and the American Association of Geographers.
Daniel London also works as a curatorial researcher at the Museum of the City of New York, where he has participated in the formulation, design, and execution of two exhibits - "Capital of Capital: New York's Banks and the Creation of a Global Economy" and "From Farm to City: Staten Island 1661-2012." He has formerly interned at the Morgan Library, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and the Dykman Farmhouse. Among his other activities, Daniel leads in-depth walking tours of New York City for Context Travel.