Posts Tagged ‘Poverty Discourse’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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The Cultural Politics of Representation, Global Development and Developmental Disabilities in the United States: Digital Mapping as a Cultural Studies Methodology

January 14

Ronnie Thibault, M.A., Cultural Studies University of Washington Bothell This research draws from representational theory to explore how...

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Changing Times, Changing Families in Rural Washington

December 15

Jennifer Sherman, Department of Sociology, Washington State University This project is an extension of previous work, which focused on a remote...

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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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Governing Urban Poverty: Boston, Dublin and Vancouver

April 16

Karen Murray - York University - Department of Political Science Empirically, Karen aims to document the governmental and political character and...

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The making of good migrant workers and the low-wage nation

March 31

Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, University of Washington, American Ethnic Studies and Law Societies and Justice Program How can we more fully understand...

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Local Poverty and Local Knowledge in Remote Locations of the Pacific Northwest

March 13

Martha Henderson – The Evergreen State College The Olympia Peninsula and eastern Oregon have experienced increasing poverty since the Great...

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iPads in the Laundromat

March 2

Nick Gottschall, University of Washington, Department of International Studies There’s a laundromat on Bellevue Avenue, near my Capitol Hill...

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A Proud, Angry Poor

February 19

Frances Fox Piven, CUNY Graduate Center, Department of Political Science In her 2012 contribution to The Nation, Piven calls for broader...

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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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