Urbanizers of China and India: Agency, Power, and Form in the (Re)making of Asian Cities is a new, multi-year engagement to explore new dimension of inequality and the pursuit of social justice from the perspective of those who are making the 21st century cities of India and China. The project examines the “urbanizers”, or agents of urbanization, such as migrants, developers, entrepreneurs, artists, homeowners, regulators, planners and others, whose interactions produce the city, including services, workplaces, and settlement patterns that offer possibilities both to reduce and to produce particular forms of inequality.