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Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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Relational Poverty Politics: Forms, Struggles, and Possibilities

March 17

Book Contributors: Antonádia Borges, Dia Da Costa, Sarah Elwood, David Boarder Giles, Jim Glassman, Victoria Lawson, Felipe Magalhães, Jeff...

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Urbanization, Gender, and the Global South: A transformative knowledge network (GenUrb)

February 27

PI: Linda Peake, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada Situated within the dynamic early 21st century context of urbanization, the GenUrb project...

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Marginal Nightscapes: contradictions of neoliberal urbanism in Mumbai, India

February 27

Aparna Parikh, Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University The growth of the neoliberal service sector in Mumbai, India, has...

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Climate and Energy Justice: Generating relational understandings of home and place

February 27

Stefan Bouzarovski, Department of Geography and Manchester Urban Institute, University of Manchester Addressing the driving forces of climate...

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Pitching solutions rather than tents: a case study of encampment provisions in Seattle, USA and Manchester, UK

February 13

Melissa Espinoza, PhD Candidate, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society; Institute for Social Policy, Housing, Equalities Research...

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Transient Spatialities, Embedded bodies – An ethnographic exploration of the everyday practices of pavement dwellers in Mumbai

January 30

Paroj Banerjee, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) This thesis examines how urban...

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Joyful Academic Subjects

January 23

Karen Falconer Al-Hindi, Department of Geography and Women’s & Gender Studies, University of Nebraska at Omaha Pamela Moss, Department of...

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MLK Street (Re) Naming, Social Justice, and African American Freedom Struggle

December 15

Derek H. Alderman, Department of Geography, University of Tennessee While the study of streets named for Martin Luther King, Jr. has long...

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Digitize and Punish: Carceral Cities and the Production of Crime Data

November 30

Brian Jordan Jefferson, Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign While critical...

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