Posts Tagged ‘Inequality’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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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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Emerging Gang Geographies

May 18

Dirk Kinsey, Portland State University, Department of Geography  This project examines changing patterns of youth and gang violence in the...

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Care Markets: The role of care agencies in the commodification of elderly care

May 9

Karin Schwiter - University of Zurich – Department of Geography In Switzerland, the commercialization of home care has been accompanied by the...

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Migration Economies: Central American transit, sociality, and exploitation on the journey through Mexico

May 9

Mario Bruzzone - University of Wisconsin-Madison - Department of Geography My scholarship interprets the economic role of transit migrants...

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Connecting for survival: Understanding the spatial implications of migrant women’s survival strategies in two cities

November 21

Colleen Hammelman, Geography and Urban Studies, Temple University Women worldwide carry out survival strategies that rely on connecting to...

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Progress Reports: Geographies of Development I, II, III

October 22

Richard Ballard - Gauteng City-Region Observatory, University of the Witwatersrand and University of Johannesburg This series of...

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“A Mass Conspiracy to Feed People”: World-Class Waste and the Struggle for Space in the Global City

August 14

David Boarder Giles, University of Canterbury, Department of Anthropology This ethnographic research explores the cultural and political...

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Poverty and the New Geography of Blame in the United States

July 23

Jeff Maskovsky, Queens College, City University of New York, Department of Urban Studies Poverty and inequality are being re-territorialized in...

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The Multiple Relational Geographies of Urban Redevelopment

May 2

Bob Lake, Rutgers University, Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy Urban redevelopment in the neoliberal city is frequently...

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