Posts Tagged ‘Class’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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Middle Class Identities and Job Instability: explorations on class identifications of temporary state workers

September 11

Santiago García Martín, Social Sciences PhD. Candidate, Centro de Investigaciones Sociohistóricas, Instituto de Investigación en Humanidades y...

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Creative Placemaking in San Francisco and Seattle. Inclusive and/or Democratic?

May 10

Vinita Goyal, Practitioner: City of Seattle Office of Planning and Community Development, and Independent Researcher Occidental/West Lake Parks...

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Facing your FICO: The Democratization of Finance and the Persistence of Poverty in Boston, MA

May 10

Jessa Loomis, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky This project examines the implementation of financial literacy and...

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A început ploaia – Fighting for the right to housing in Bucharest

April 26

Michele Lancione, Urban Institute, The University of Sheffield Accordingly to Amnesty International, in Romania ‘the right to housing is not...

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The governance of informality through slum policies in South Africa and Brazil

April 18

Zora Kovacic, Institut de Ciencia i Tecnologia Ambientals, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona The project analyses slum upgrading policies from the...

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TFW The Internet is Structured Within the White-iarchy

December 1

Anisa Jackson, University of Washington topics: visual politics, digital anthropology, cultural appropriation, feminist visual theory, memes,...

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The Politics of Cross Class Alliance-Building in a Mixed-Income Neighborhood

March 16

Anisa Jackson, University of Washington This research project considers the politics of cross-class relationships in the Seattle mixed-income...

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A Contínua Luta: Research on politics against the State as a killing system

August 19

 Antonádia Borges, University of Brasilia, Department of Anthropology Privilege in countries like Brazil and South Africa (where I do research)...

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Varieties of labor-market “inclusion”

May 9

Jamie Peck - University of British Columbia - Department of Geography  I am working on the institutional and social segmentation of low-wage...

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