Posts Tagged ‘Inequality’


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A început ploaia – Fighting for the right to housing in Bucharest

April 26

Michele Lancione, Urban Institute, The University of Sheffield Accordingly to Amnesty International, in Romania ‘the right to housing is not...

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Visualities of Homelessness and Ecology: Of Hot Spots and High Lines

April 18

Eric Goldfischer, PhD Student in Geography, University of Minnesota Cities have long tried to influence the ways in which homelessness, and...

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Place and Citizenship at Home

January 13

Sheryl-Ann Simpson, University of California, Davis, Landscape Architecture + Environmental Design When inequality happens within one...

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Multi-sectoral approaches to poverty reduction: charity or change?

September 26

Shauna MacKinnon, Associate Professor, Department of Urban and Inner City Studies, University of Winnipeg Winnipeg, Canada is a mid-size city in...

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Living the Dream: youth, unemployment, and the promise of a middle-class life in Cairo

May 1

Harry Pettit, London School of Economics The rise of a Global Middle Class has been lauded by development institutions, the media, and academia...

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Political infrastructure: community wireless mesh networks and urban politics

March 24

Emma Slager, University of Washington In this project, I examine community-built Internet infrastructure as it relates to broader struggles for...

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The Politics of Cross Class Alliance-Building in a Mixed-Income Neighborhood

March 16

Anisa Jackson, University of Washington This research project considers the politics of cross-class relationships in the Seattle mixed-income...

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Planning for property? (Counter)performing property within and beyond “land use” planning

March 4

Trevor Wideman, PhD student @ Simon Fraser University This project questions the concept of “land use” as it has been used in the discipline...

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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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