Posts Tagged ‘Poverty Discourse’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

Filter by: All | Economic Crisis | Poverty discourse | Inequality | Difference: | Places: N. America, Latin America, Africa, Europe, Asia

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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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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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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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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Economic knowledge in the urban informal economy of Zaria, Nigeria

May 12

Colin Marx, The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, University College London This research is framed within relational processes of...

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Red Line Service

February 17

Rhoda Rosen & Billy McGuinness, School of the Art Institute Faced with the appalling statistics issued by the Chicago Coalition for the...

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‘Pobre Pobreza (Poor Poverty)’: Destabilizing Poverty Knowledges and Representations through Participatory Visual Methods in Colombia

February 17

Amy Ritterbusch, Universidad de los Andes Poor poverty: Multiple Perspectives’ is a participatory visual methods project mobilized in five...

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“My Hamburg” – “My Rio de Janeiro“ Ordinary Homeless Cities?” Geographies of Homelessness in the context of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Hamburg (Germany)

January 23

Katharina Schmidt, Working Group Critical Geographies of Global Inequalities, Institute for Geography, University of Hamburg, Germany The photo...

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The Sustainable Development Apparatus: Towards a postcolonial cookstove ethnography

January 18

Isaac Rivera, University of Colorado, Department of Geography and Environmental Science The need to transition towards renewable energy and...

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