Posts Tagged ‘Latin America’


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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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¿Clase o gradiente de clase? El falso “efecto de demostración” / Class or Gradient of Class? The false “demonstration effect”

September 7

Ezequiel Adamovsky, University of Buenos Aires, CONICET Research Center For English translation, click here. La mayoría de los trabajos que se...

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Contesting the neoliberal metropolis: macroeconomics and/in the city and the 2013 protests in Brazil

April 16

Felipe Magalhães – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil - Department of Geography A wide range of heterogeneous social...

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The #GlobalPOV Project

February 10

Ananya Roy, University of California Los Angeles and Abby VanMuijen, University of California, Berkeley The turn of the century is marked by the...

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Women’s Experiences of the Immigration Journey between the US and Mexico

January 21

Yolanda Valencia, University of Washington, Department of Geography How do immigrant women experience risk and vulnerability during the...

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Middle class, poverty and politics in a post-neoliberal landscape

December 27

Santiago Canevaro and Nicolás Viotti, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) Our research describes a double...

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Global Capitalism: A Love Story, an Enigma, a Tragedy

December 1

Jim Glassman, University of British Columbia Global poverty and income inequality studies have received variable attention since the Second World...

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Greening the World-class city: Urban environment and class politics in the Americas

October 26

Juan Pablo Galvis, State University of New York – College at Old Westbury My work centers on exploring critically the production of urban policy...

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Neighbor Assemblies and the Politics of Poverty in Argentina

October 26

Mónica Farías, University of Washington  My research focuses on the relationship between socioeconomic crisis, middle-class identities and...

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