2009 Publications

  • Addie, J.-P. D. (2009). Constructing neoliberal urban democracy in the American inner-city, Local Economy 24 (6-7), 536-554
  • Ali, H., and Keil, R. (2009). Public Health and the Political Economy of Scale: Implications for Understanding the Response to the 2003 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Outbreak in Toronto." In R.Keil and R. Mahon (Eds.) Leviathan Undone? The Political Economy of Scale. Vancouver: UBC Press: 195-208.
  • Ali, Harris and Hooker, C. (2009). SARS and Security Health in the "New Normal". Studies in Political Economy 84: 101-126.
  • Asgary Ali and Levy Jason. (2009). A review of the Implications of Prospect Theory for Natural Hazards and Disaster Planning. International Journal of Environmental Research, 3 (3), 370-394.
  • Asgary, Ali. (2009). Review of Homeland Security and Private Sector Business: Corporations' Role in Critical Infrastructure Protection. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: 6(1), Article 61.
  • Aydogmus, U. (2009). A Reader in Anthropology of Religion (Michael Lambek (ed.) Trans.). Istanbul: Kaknus Publications (Original work published 1991).
  • Aydogmus, U. (2009). Caliph's Last Heritage: A Short History of the Turkish Empire (Mark Lt. Sykes Trans). Avesta Publications. (Original work published 2002).
  • Bain, A.L. (2009) Creative suburbs: cultural ‘popcorn’ pioneering in Etobicoke. In Tim Edensor, Deborah Leslie, Steve Millington, and Norma Rantisi (Eds). Spaces of Vernacular Creativity:Rethinking the Cultural Economy. London & New York: Routledge, 63-74.
  • Bain, A.L. (2009) Masculinism. In Rob Kitchin and Nigel Thrift (Eds). International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 1. Oxford: Elsevier, 486-491.
  • Basu, R.(2009) Phronesis through GIS: Exploring Political Spaces of Education. In Professional Geographer, 61(4), 481-492.
  • Berland, J. (2009). Writing on the Border. In Between Empires: A Canadian Cultural Studies Reader. (Gail Faurchou, Sourayan Mookerjea and Imre Szeman Eds.). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 472-487.
  • Berland, J. (2009). Animal And/as Medium: Symbolic Work in Communicative Regimes. Global South, 1(3), 42-65.
  • Berland, J. (2009). North of Empire: Essays on the Cultural Technologies of Space/ Duke University Press.
  • Boudreau, J., Keil, R. and Young, D. (2009). Changing Toronto: Governing Urban Neoliberalism. Toronto: UTP Higher Education.
  • Boudreau, J‐A., Boucher, N., and Liguori, M. (2009). Taking the bus daily and demonstrating on Sunday:Reflections on the formation of political subjectivity in an urban world. City, 13(2), 336‐346.
  • Bain, A.L. (2009). Creativ* suburbs: cultural 'popcorn' pioneering in multi-purpose spaces. In T. Edensor, D. Leslie, S. Millington and N. Rantisi (Eds.). Spaces of Vernacular Creativitiy: Rethinking the Cultural Economy. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Darchen, S. (2009). Vers un urbanisme de créneau. Saint-Laurent dans la région métropolitaine de Montréal. In Gilles Sénécal and Laurence Bherer (Eds). La métropolisation et sesterritoires. Collection «Sciences régionales». Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, pp. 87-103.
  • Gilbert, L. (2009). Immigration as Local Politics: Rebordering Immigration and Multiculturalism through Deterrence and Incapacitation. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33(1), 26-42.
  • Gilbert, L., Sandberg, L.A. and Wekerle, G. (2009). Building bioregional citizenship: the case of the Oak Ridges Moraine, Ontario, Canada. Local Environment, 14(5), 387-401.
  • Hornstein, S. (2009). Fashioning Toronto: From Bandbox to Big Box.  In G. Franci and R. Mangaroni (Eds.), La Moda in Canada, I Libri di Emil, 49-64.
  • Jenkins, W. (2009). In Search of the Lace Curtain: Residential Mobility, Class Transformation and Everyday Practice among   Buffalo’s Irish 1880-1910, Journal of Urban History, 35, 970-997.
  • Jenkins, W. (2009). Remapping 'Irish America': Circuits, Places, Performances, Journal of American Ethnic History, 28, 90-99.
  • Keil, R. and Ali, S.H. (2009). Securitizing Networked Flows: Infectious Diseases and Airports. In Steven Graham (Ed.), Disrupted Cities: When infrastructure Fails. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Keil, R. (2009). The Urban Politics of Roll-With-It Neoliberalization. City, 13(2), 230 - 245
  • Keil, R., Ollevier, M., and Tsang, E. (2009). Why is there no environmental justice in Toronto? Or is there? In J. Agyeman, R. Haluza-DeLay, P. Cole, P. O'Riley (Eds.) Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Keil, R., and Young, D. (2009). Fringe Explosions: Risk and Vulnerability in Canada’s New In-between Urban Landscape.The Canadian Geographer53(3), 488-499
  • Khatam, A. (2009). The Islamic Republic's Failed Quest for the Spotless City. Middle East Report, 250 (Spring 2009),44-49.
  • Kipfer, S. (2009). Tackling urban apartheid: report from the Social Forum of Popular Neighborhoods in Paris. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research33(4): 1058-1066.
  • Kipfer, S. (2009).  Why the urban question still matters: reflections on rescaling and the promise of the urban. In R. Keil and R Mahon (Eds). Towards a Political Economy of Scale (pp. 67-83). Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Kipfer, S., and Petrunia, J. (2009). Colonization and Public Housing in the Competitive City: A Toronto Case Study. Studies in Political Economy, 83, 111-39.
  • Lehrer, U. and T. Wieditz. (2009). "Condominium development and gentrification" Canadian Planning and Policy 18(1), 82-103
  • Lehrer, U. and T. Wieditz. (2009). "Gentrification and the Loss of Employment Lands: Toronto’s Studio District" Critical Planning, 138-160
  • Lo, L.(2009).The role of ethnicity in the geography of consumption? Urban Geography 30 (4): 391-415.
  • Lotherington, H. (2009). Developing agency and voice with multicultural children: Radically rewritten traditional tales at Joyce Public School. In D. Booth, C. Jupiter & S. Stagg Peterson (Eds.) Books, Media, and the Internet: Children's Literature for Today's Classrooms. Portage and Main, pp. 97-105.
  • Lotherington, H. (2009). Glocalization, representation and literacy education. e-Learning, 6 (3), 274.
  • Lotherington, H. & Sinitskaya Ronda, N. (2009). Gaming geography: Educational games and literacy development in the grade 4 classroom.Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 35(3).
  • Lotherington, H. (Ed.) (2009). Digilit@York. e-Learning, 6 (3).
  • MacDermid, R. (2009). Funding City Politics. The CSJ Foundation for Research and Education, Centre for Social Justice and Vote Toronto.
  • Mahon, R. and Keil, R. (Eds.) (2009). Leviathan Undone? The Political Economy of Scale. Vancouver: UBC Press.
  • Marchessault, J. (2009) Poetics of Place in Montreal Films, In G. Elmer (Ed.). Migrating Media, Rowan and Littlefield.
  • Marchessault, J. (2009). Translocal Transits in Toronto Art Practices. In W. Moser (Ed.), Transits: Canada/Brazil, Ottawa: University of Ottawa.
  • Norcliffe, G. (2009). The Coventry tricycle: technology, gender and buzz. Cycle History19: Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Cycle History Conference (St.Etienne: Musee d’Arts et d’Industries), 137-144.
  • Packer, L., Colla, S. R., and Willis, E. (2009). Can green roofs provide habitat for urban bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae)?Cities and the Environment 2(1), 1-12.
  • Peake, L. (December 2009) Feminist and quantitative? Measuring the extent of domestic violence in Georgetown, Guyana.Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia, 64
  • Peake, L. (2009) Gender, Race and Sexuality. In Smith, S., Pain, R., Marston, S., and Jones III, J. P.(Eds.), The Handbook of Social Geography, London: Sage , pp.129-95.
  • Preston, V. and Lo, L. (2009). Ethnic enclaves in multicultural cities: new retailing patterns and new planning dilemmas. Special issue on Welcoming Communicities: Planning for Diverse Populations. Plan Canada, February, pp. 72-74.
  • Rahder, B. (2009). Invisible Sisters: Women and Environmental Justice in Canada.  In J. Agyeman, P. Cole, R. Haluza-DeLay, and P. O’Riley (Eds.), Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 81-96.
  • Schwartz, H. (2009). Canada's Largest City in a Post-National Society, In G. Florby, M. Shackleton, K. Suhonen (Eds.). Canada: Images of a Post-National Society, Canadian Studies,19.
  • Schwartz, H. (2009). Creative Cities. Municipal World, April 2009.
  • Schwartz, H. (2009). Landfill vs. Incineration. Municipal World, March 2009.
  • Schwartz, H. (2009). The Ontario Film Industry. Municipal World, July, 2009
  • Wekerle, G. and Gallant, E.. (2009). Farm Subdivisions: Preserving Farmland and/or Exurban Amenity Space. Plan Canada, August, pp. 29-32.
  • Wekerle, G. (2009). Gender and the Neo-liberal City: Urban Restructuring, Social Exclusion and Democratic Participation. In Hiller, H. (Ed.). Urban Canada 2nd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 210-233.
  • Wood, P.(2009). "Scales of Aboriginal Citizenship in Canada: Postcolonial Problems and Progress,” in J. Wunder, ed. Reconfigurations of Native North America, Texas Technical Press.
  • Wood, P. and Plume, J. B. (2009) “Winding ‘in ways most devious’: The Tsuu T’ina and the Calgary Irrigation Company,” Native Studies Review.