Posts Tagged ‘vulnerability’


Relational Poverty Research by RPN Members

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Climate and Energy Justice: Generating relational understandings of home and place

February 27

Stefan Bouzarovski, Department of Geography and Manchester Urban Institute, University of Manchester Addressing the driving forces of climate...

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Pitching solutions rather than tents: a case study of encampment provisions in Seattle, USA and Manchester, UK

February 13

Melissa Espinoza, PhD Candidate, School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society; Institute for Social Policy, Housing, Equalities Research...

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Navigation social death through intimate politics of reciprocity and family networks

November 30

Yolanda Valencia, University of Washington, Department of Geography My project looks at how undocumented immigrants produce dignifying lives and...

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Feeding the Crisis: Work, Gender and the Growing Food Safety Net in the U.S.

September 29

Maggie Dickinson, Assistant Professor, Guttman Community College, CUNY The food safety net has experienced unprecedented growth in the 21st...

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Evaluating the Role of Landscape and Urban Planning in the Prevention and Mitigation of Domestic Violence

May 23

Jennifer Porter, University of Washington In this project, I explore how anti-violence organizing can be sustained inter-generationally through...

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Viviendo del rebusque: studying how law affects the working poor in Bogotá-Colombia

May 6

Laura Porras, University of Ottowa My doctoral dissertation focuses on describing, understanding, analyzing and evaluating how both State and...

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A Multi State Study of Monetary Sanctions

March 9

Alexes Harris, Associate Professor of Sociology Recent media attention on the justice practices of imposing fiscal penalties highlights the need...

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Rural Women and the Uneven Process of Inclusion

September 17

Tara Cookson, University of Cambridge, Department of Geography Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) have become the world’s most popular tools for...

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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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