Recent Publications & Presentations(2014)
Gururani, S. (2014). New Fictions of Property: Claiming Land/Nature in India’s Urban Peripheries. Paper presented at the Department of Anthropology and Asian Studies Institute, University of Buffalo, NY. April, 2014.
Gilbert, L. (2014). Suburbanism in Mexico City: Where Formality and Informality Blur. 6th International Meeting of RECIM- Red Continental de Investigación sobre la Informalidad en las Metrópolis. Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Cuajimalpa. Mexico City. January 30-31.
Haritaworn J., Kuntsman, A. & Posocco, S. (Eds.) (2014). Queer Necropolitics. Routledge.
Keil, R. (2014). Global Suburbanisms Book Series, University of Toronto Press (editor)
Keil, R. (2014). “Diseased”, In: Peter Adey, David Bissell, Kevin Hannam, Peter Merriman and Mimi Sheller, The Routledge Handbook of Mobilities, London and New York, Routledge, 388-397.
Marchessault, J. & Darroch, M. (2014). (Eds.) Cartographies of Place: Ways of Representing the Urban. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Bain, A.L. (2013) Creative Margins: Cultural Production in Canadian Suburbs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Bain, A.L. and McLean, H. (2013) The artistic precariat. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy, and Society, 6(1): 93-111.
Bain, A.L. (2013) The limits of spatial selectivity: encountering public art at a suburban intersection. Urban Encounters: Art and the Public, an interdisciplinary colloquium. Halifax, NS. Oct. 10-12, 2013.
Bain, A.L. (2013) Planning a suburban public artscape: the case of Mississauga, Canada. Nordic Geographers annual meeting. Reykjavik, Iceland, with Zainub Verjee. June 11-14, 2013.
Bain, A.L. (2013) A storefront performance: negotiating precarity in a suburban independent music scene. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Los Angeles, CA. April 9-13, 2013.
Drummond, L. (2013) Colonial Hanoi: Urban Space in Public Discourse. In Victor Zatsepine and Laura Victoir (eds) From Harbin to Hanoi: Colonial Built Environment in Asia, 1840-1940. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 207-230.
Drummond, L., Kip, M., & Young, D. (2013) The Afterlife of Soviet Urbanism: Contemporary Attitudes to their Socialist Landscapes in Hanoi and Berlin. RC21 Conference 2013. Sociology of Urban and Regional Development, International Sociological Association. Berlin. Aug. 31, 2013.
Drummond, L. & Young, D.(2013) Problem or Possibility? Living with the Legacies of Socialist Urbanism. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. St. Johns, Newfoundland. Aug. 15, 2013.
Drummond, L. & Young, D. (2013) Socialist and Post-Socialist Urbanisms: Critical Reflections on Urban Legacies of the 20th Century. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers. Los Angeles, CA. April 10, 2013.
Gilbert, L, Sandberg, A. & Wekerle, G. (2013). The Oak Ridges Moraine Battles: Development, Sprawl, and Nature Conservation in the Toronto Region (with L. Anders Sandberg and Gerda R. Wekerle). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Gilbert, L., Viswanathan, L., & Saberi, P. (2013). Marginalized Expertise of Community Organizations in Quebec’s Search for Interculturalism. Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Special issue Diversity and Public Space. 22(1): 21-43.
Gilbert, L. (2013). Global Suburbanism or Subaltern Urbanism. A Suburban Revolution? The CITY Institute at York University. Toronto, ON. September 26-28, 2013.
Gilbert, L. (2013) Spatial Justice and the Suburban Imagination. International and Multidisciplinary Workshop “Accessibility as a condition to social justice.” Université de Montréal, Montreal, May 3-4. (Invited).
Gururani, S. (2013). “On Capital’s Edge: Gurgaon, India’s Millennial City.” In Suburban Constellations: Governance, Land, Infrastructure in the 21st Century. Ed. Roger Keil. Jovis.
Gururani, S. (2013).“Flexible Planning: The Making of India’s ‘Millennial City.’” In Ecologies of Urbanism in India. Anne Rademacher and K. Sivaramakrishnan Eds. Hong Kong University Press
Hae, L. (2013). “Seeing Cities Through Dialectics: Social Mix.” Walkable City. November/December, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean).
Hae, L. (2013). “Seeing Cities through Dialectics: the Broken Windows theory and CPTED.” Walkable City. September/October, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean).
Hae, L. (2013). “Seeing Cities through Dialectics: Introduction.” Walkable City, July/August, Urban Action Network, Seoul, Korea (Written in Korean).
Hae, L. (2013) “The Contradictions of the Creative City,” Annual Meeting, Korean Economic Geographers’ Society, Seoul, South Korea, Nov 2013.
Hae, L. (2013). “Political Geography in Korea,” Annual Meeting, Korean Geographical Society, Seoul, South Korea, June 2013
Haritaworn J. (2013). “Beyond ‘Hate’: Queer Metonymies of Crime, Pathology and Anti/Violence” In: Jindal Global Law Review, 4(2), 44-78.
Haritaworn J., Kuntsman A., & Posocco S. (2013). “Murderous Inclusions.” International Journal of Feminist Politics. 133.
Keil, R. (Ed.) (2013) Suburban Constellations. Berlin: Jovis Verlag.
Keil, R. (2013). “Global City Challenges: A Sympathetic Post-Script.” In: Acuto, M. Global City Challenges: Debating a Concept, Improving the Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Keil, R. (2013). “At one remove?” Warren Magnusson sees like a city and finds the world, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37,2: 793-797.
Marchessault, J. (2013). “Citerama: Expo 67 as Media City.” In: Reimagining Cinema, The Films of Expo 67. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Marchessault, J. (curator) (2013). “Land/Slide as Collective History Project”, Markham Museum and Historic Village.
Peake, L., Rieker, M. (Eds.) (2013). Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban. London: Routledge.
Peake, L., Rieker, M. (2013 ). “Rethinking feminist interventions into the urban.” In: Peake, L., Rieker, M. (Eds.). Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban (London: Routledge), pp.1-22.
Peake, L. (2013). “Heteronormativity” in Sharpe, J., Kuus, M., and Dodds, K. (Eds.) Companion to Critical Geopolitics. Ashgate Publishing, pp. 89-108.
Wekerle, G. (2013).“Gender and the City: Urban Restructuring, Social Exclusion and Democratic Participation” in Harry H. Hiller ed. Urban Canada 3rd edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 231-253.
Wekerle, G. (2013) “Interrogating Gendered Silences in Urban Policy: Regionalism and Alternative Visions of a Caring Region.” In: Peake, L., Rieker, M. (Eds.) Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban. London: Routledge. pp. 142-158.
Young, D. (2013). “Suburban Redevelopment: Decline and Renewal in Toronto’s In-between City.” In Keil, Roger (Ed.) Suburban Constellations: Governance, land and infrastructure in the 21st century. Berlin: jovis. Pp 63-70.
Young, D. (2013) “Renewing Toronto’s Suburban Towers: Everyday life and the contradictions of neoliberalism.” International conference: A Suburban Revolution? Toronto, 28 September, 2013.
Young, D. & Drummond, L. (2013) “Problem or Possibility? Living with the legacies of Socialist urbanism.” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. St. Johns, Newfoundland, 15 August, 2013.
n.d. “The Politics of Incidental Citizenship: Democracy Deficit, Crisis, and Emergent Civil Identities in Athens, Greece”. American Ethnologist. Accepted.
2013 “Neoliberalism and the New Agora: Exploring Survival, Emergence, and Political
Subjectivity among Pluralized Subaltern Communities in Athens, Greece”.
Anthropological Quarterly. 86(1): 77-106.
McGill University October 2013 Montreal, Canada
Department of Anthropology & Department of Modern Greek Studies
Invited Lecture: “Ghosts of the Past and Topi of Becoming Political”
American Anthropological Association November 2013
Discussant: “Urban Affect and Uncertain Futures: Negotiating Change and
Continuity in Contemporary Cities”
Modern Greek Studies Association November 2013
University of Indiana, Bloomington Plenary Roundtable Organizer: “Greece in Transition: Reconsidering Anthropological Approaches to ‘Crisis’”
Philip J. Boyle
From Protection to Resilience: The Socio-Political Dimensions of Critical Infrastructure Security. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. 2013. Submitted Feb. 2014. Under review.
Campus Security: Contemporary Security Governance and the Policing of Communal Space. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. 2013. Approved but not funded.
Don Dippo, Marcela Duran and Ranu Basu, “Settlement and Schooling: The Unique Circumstances of Refugees and Forced Migrants”, Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, Volume 44, Number 3, 2012, pp. 45-59..
Don Dippo, “Pre-Service Teaching and Pedagogies of Transformation”, in Rosalyn McKeown and Victor Nolet (Eds.), Schooling for Sustainable Development in Canada and the United States, Berlin: Springer 2012.
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Canada (formerly CIDA) (w/Wenona Giles), “Building Primary/Secondary Teaching Capacities in the Dadaab Refugee Camps and Locally in Dadaab, Kenya by Increasing Access to Higher Education”, 2013-2018 – $4,531,977.
Stephen A. Gaetz
Gaetz, Stephen (2013) “A Framework for Housing First”, in Gaetz, Stephen; Scott, Fiona & Gulliver, Tanya (Eds.) (2013) Housing First in Canada –Supporting Communities to End Homelessness. Toronto: Canadian Homelessness Research Network Press.
Gaetz, Stephen & Fiona Scott (2013) “3.1 Calgary, Alberta: Calgary Homeless Foundation”, in Gaetz, Stephen; Scott, Fiona & Gulliver, Tanya (Eds.) (2013) Housing First in Canada – Supporting Communities to End Homelessness. Toronto: Canadian Homelessness Research Network Press.
Gaetz, S. (2013) “The Criminalization of Homelessness: A Canadian Perspective.” European Journal of Homelessness , Volume 7, No. 2, December 2013: 357-362
O’Grady, Bill, Gaetz, Stephen & Buccieri, Kristy (2013). “Tickets and More Tickets: a case study of the enforcement of the Ontario Safe Streets Act”. Canadian Public Policy December 2013. 39(4): 541-558
O’Grady, Bill, Gaetz, Stephen & Buccieri, Kristy (2013) “Policing Street Youth in Toronto”. in Gaetz, Stephen, O’Grady, Bill, Buccieri, Kristy, Karabanow, Jeff, & Marsolais, Allyson (Eds.) (2013), Youth homelessness in Canada: Implications for policy and practice. Toronto: Canadian Homelessness Research Network Press.
2013 Between Raid and Rebellion: the Irish in Buffalo and Toronto, 1867-1916, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. xix, 511.
2013 “Two Irelands Beyond the Sea”: Exploring Long-Distance Loyalist Networks in the 1880s, in Mary Gilmartin and Allen White (eds.) Migrations: Ireland in A Global World, (Manchester: Manchester University Press), 36-54.
2013 Review of Wilson, D.A. (2011) Thomas D’Arcy McGee, Vol. 2: The Extreme Moderate, 1857-1868, McGill-Queen’s University Press, in Canadian Historical Review, 94, 602-5.
2013 Place and Petty Justice: The Catholic Irish of Toronto and the Victorian Social Imagination, Society for the Study of Nineteenth Century Ireland Conference, Northumbria University, UK, June (Refereed)
2013 The Coffin Ship Hannah, Invited Panelist to Public Documentary Screening, Toronto, March
“Beyond the Labour of Sisyphus: Unions and the City,” Socialist Register 2014: Registering Class. London: The Merlin Press, 2013: 247-265.
“Labor and Community in Land Use Planning: The New York Hotel Trades’ Council ‘Special Permit’ Campaign,” Progressive Planning no. 197 (Fall, 2013): pp. 29-31.
Reprinted in Free transit, socialist interventions pamphlet series No. 12 (pp. 27-32). Toronto: Socialist Project, 2013.)
“Urban Organizing Strategies in the New York Hospitality Sector,” paper presented to the Labor and Employment Relations Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, June 8, 2013.
Susan L. McGrath
Moffatt, K., M. Carranza, B. Lee, S. McGrath & U. George. (2013). Collective Trauma as a Personal/Social Concern for Persons within Marginalized Communities. The International Journal of Community Diversity, 12(4):61-80.
McGrath, S. & I. McGrath. (2013). Funding Matters: The Maze of Settlement funding in Canada and the Impact on Refugee Services. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 22(1):1-20.
McGrath, S., D. Han, S. Htoo, M. Hynie & D. MacLaren. (2013). The Karen Settlement Experience in Australia. Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement, Toronto, Canada, May 15-17.
National Science Foundation, 2013-2014. ($309,000). Forecasting the Break: Building Community and Capacity for Large-Scale, Data-Intensive Research in Forced Migration Studies. Applicant: S. Martin, co-applicants: J. Collman, S. Berkowitz, L. Singh & S. McGrath.
Grand Challenges Canada Mental Health Grant, 2013-15. ($250,000). A community-based mental health intervention for maternal mental health in Rwanda. Applicant: M. Hynie, co-applicants: Y. Bohr, S. McGrath, Benoite Umubyeyi, Marie Claire GASANGANWA, Regine King.
Karen Bridget Murray
Karen Bridget Murray. 2014. Feminization through Poverty. Politics and Culture.
Special Edition. Materialist Feminisms against Neoliberalisms (March).
Visiting Fulbright Scholar in Canadian Studies, $25,000, Kennesaw State University,
New England Regional Fellowship, $5,000, 2013-2014.
Research Development Fellowship, 1.5 Course Release, 2012-2013.
Research Release Program, .5 Course Release, Winter 2014.
“Schmutz in the Baltic: Urban Water Infrastructure, Global Finance, Environmental Outcomes in Post Communist Europe,” PhD Thesis, Political Science, York University, Toronto, Canada. Defended June 17, 2013.
2013 Guest Co-Editor, special issue on “Diversity and Public Space in Canadian Cities,” Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Vol. 22 No. 1.
2013 Member, Scientific Committee, Faculty of Architecture Research Unit’s 2013 Research Symposium on “Emerging Built Environments: Planning, Designing and Building for Tomorrow,” University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
2013 with H. McLean. “The Exclusionary Politics of Creative Communities: The Case of Kensington Market Pedestrian Sundays.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Special Issue on Diversity and Public Space in Canadian Cities. Vol. 22 No. 1, pp. 90-110.
2013 with H. McLean. “Other Ways of Knowing Your Place: Gender and Justice in the Work of Social Sustainability.” Canadian Journal of Urban Research. Special Issue on Diversity and Public Space in Canadian Cities. Vol. 22 No. 1, pp. 145-166.
2013 with H. Maclean. “Creative Class Conflict in Kensington Market, Toronto.” Bhumi: The Planning Research Journal. Selected Papers from FARU International Research Symposium 2012. pp. 28-40.
Contributor, Making the Framework FAIR: California History-Social Science Framework Proposed LGBT Revisions Related to the FAIR Act by Don Romesburg, Leila J. Rupp, David Donahue (San Francisco: Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and TransgenderHistory, 2013).
“Introduction to the Philadelphia LGBT History Project” and “LGBT Oral History Interviews,”
OutHistory.com, Jan. 2010; expanded, revised, and updated Sep. 2013.
“Memories of the 1987 March on Washington,” Aug. 2013, OutHistory.org, http://outhistory.org/exhibits/show/march-on-washington/exhibit/by-marc-stein
“Size Matters: Power and Politics in the 1968 Philadelphia Study of Prison Sexual Violence,” New Directions in US Studies: Re-imagining the 1950s and 1960s, York Univ., Oct. 2013.
“Size Matters: Power and Politics in the 1968 Philadelphia Study of Prison Sexual Violence,” Sex Talk@York II, York Univ., May 2013.
L. Anders Sandberg
2013 (Sandberg, A., G. Wekerle, and L. Gilbert, The Oak Ridges Moraine Battles: Sprawl, Development, and Nature Conservation in the Toronto Region. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 320 pp.
2013 (Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank) (eds.) Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History. 356 pp.
2013 (Sandberg, A.), “On Stockades and Bridges: From York University to the Jane and Finch Neighbourhood.” In (Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank) (eds.) Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, pp. 96-118.
2013 (Sandberg, A. and L. Wallace), “Conservation and Development: From Rouge Park to the Oak Ridges Moraine.” In (Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank) (eds.) Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, pp. 310-336.
2012- 2016 Policy Enactments and Sustainability Education. SSHRC Partnership Grant, SSHRC funds $181,549.69; York (IRIS) SSHRC funds $98,514.52, additional matching funds, 316,694.75
“Cinematic Photography: On Gregory Crewdson’s Photography,” Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference, Seattle, March 19-23, 2014
“Bulgarian Cinema: From Allegorical Expressionism to Declined National Cinema,” British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, April 5-7, 2014, University of Cambridge
“Neurocinematics: Reading the Brain/Film through the Film/Brain,” forthcoming in Cinema & Cie: International Film Studies Journal, Italy (2014)
“Cinematic Photography,” in 50 years of Chris Markers’ La jetée, forthcoming from Cambridge Scholars Press (2014)
“Cityscape as Character,” SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies), Chicago, March 5-10, 2013
- 2013 The Particular Politics of Casino Development in Toronto. Paper presented at the United Association for Labour Education Annual Conference. April 17-20, Toronto
2013 Quoted by Brendan Wedley in “OLG, city council reps no-shows at NDP’s town hall meeting on casinos issue”, Peterborough Examiner, July 10
2013 Interview by Lisa Van de Ven for “The Great Divide: How Unionization And Diversity Affects the Work Environment In Canadian Hotels” in Hotelier Magazine, January 3
- 2013 Seven lessons from the Great Toronto Casino Debate. Presentation to Peterborough NDP Riding Association special meeting on casinos. July 9
2013 Presentation to Southwest Scarborough Community Meeting on the Possible Casino, March 27, Toronto
Wiesenthal, D. L., Lustman, M., & Roseborough, J. (2014). Aggressive driving. In A. Smiley (Ed.), Human factors in traffic safety (3rd ed.), Pp. Tucson, AZ: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company.
Wickens, C. M., Wiesenthal, D. L., Hall, A., & Roseborough, J. (2013). Driver anger on the information superhighway: A content analysis of online complaints of offensive driver behaviour. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 51, 84-92.
Vingilis, E., Seeley, J., Wiesenthal, D. L., Wickens, C. M., Mann, R. E., & Fischer, P. (2013). Street racing video games and risky driving: An Internet survey of automobile enthusiasts. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 51, 1-7.
Vingilis, E., Seeley, J., Wiesenthal, D., Mann, R., Vingilis-Jaremko, L., & Leal, N. (2013). Street racing and stunt driving in Ontario, Canada: Results of a web-based survey of car and racing enthusiasts. Transportation Research Part F, 21, 30-42.
Wickens, C. M., Mann, R. E., & Wiesenthal, D. L. (2013). Addressing aggressive driving: Contributions from psychological science. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 22, Issue 6, 386-391
Winfield, M., and Dolter, B., “Energy, Economic and Environmental Discourses and their Policy Impact: The Case of Ontario’s Green Energy and Green Economy Act.” Energy Policy 68 (2014) 423-435.
Winfield, M., “The Environment, ‘Responsible Resource Development’ and Evidence Based Policy-Making in Canada”, for Shaun Young ed., Evidence Based Policy-Making in Canada (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2013).
Winfield, M., Mulvihill, P., and Etcheverry, J., “Strategic Environmental Assessment and Advanced Renewable Energy in Ontario: Moving Forward or Blowing in the Wind?” Journal of Environmental Assessment, Planning and Management, Vol.15, No.2, June 2013.
Winfield, M., “Electricity Planning and Sustainability Assessment: The Ontario Experience,” for R.B. Gibson, ed., Sustainability Assessment: Applications, Earthscan. Submitted March 1, 2014.
Winfield, M., “Policy Instruments in Canadian Environmental Policy” for D. VanNijnatten, ed., Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics (4rd Edition) (Oxford University Press). Submitted November 28, 2013.
Sandberg, L. A., Bardekjian, A, & Butt, S. (Eds.). (2014). Urban Forests, Trees and Greenspace: A Political Ecology Perspective. Routledge: London. URL:http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415714105/
Bardekjian, A. (2014). Shaping Diverse Identities in Urban Forestry: Inﬂuences of Metaphor, Language and Agency. International Conference on Urban Tree Diversity, June 16-18, Alnarp, Sweden.
Bardekjian, A. (2014). Learning from Limbwalkers: Political Ecology and Urban Forest Narratives in Southern Ontario. Urban Natures Workshop: Engaging Social Science Perspectives in Urban Natural Resource Management, June 5-8, Urban Field Station, Bayside, New York.
Bardekjian, A. (2013). Reﬂections on Organizing the Urban Forests & Political Ecologies Conference 2013. Commonwealth Forestry Association Newsletter, 61, 9-11
Bardekjian, A. (2013). Reﬂections on Organizing the Urban Forests & Political Ecologies Conference 2013. Commonwealth Forestry Association Newsletter, 61, 9-11
Black, Simon. 2014. “Street Music, Urban Ethnography and Ghettoized Communities.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(2): 700-705
2013 SSHRC Insight Development Grant – “Placing Labour in the New Urban Economy” Collaborator, “Child Care Workers’ Unions in Toronto”
Principal Investigator Ian MacDonald (Cornell University) $8,000
Black, Simon. 2013, May 30th . “Social Reproduction in the Revanchist City: Childcare Policy in Giuliani’s New York.” Presented at Empire, City, Nature conference, York University, Toronto.
“‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,’ But It Will Be Recorded: The Response of Soul & Funk Musicians to the Black Urban Experience, 1968-1979,” in The Global Sixties in Sound and Vision: Media, Counterculture, Revolt, eds. Timothy Brown and Andrew Lison (New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
“Urban Music,” co-authored by Francesca D’Amico and Errol Nazareth for The Canadian Encyclopedia: Encyclopedia of Music in Canada, 2012.
“Remixing the Canadian Narrative: Hip Hop as Public History,” ActiveHistory.ca: History Matters (online resource intended to help connect historians with the public, policy makers and the media), August 2013. http://activehistory.ca/2013/08/remixing-the-canadian-narrative-hip-hop-as-public-history/
Interview on News Now Community Collective with CHRY 105.5 FM Radio (Community Radio) on the History of Urban Music in Toronto, May 2013.
“‘It’s A Big Daddy Thing’: Black Power, Gender, Sexual Scripts and The Stories Rappers Tell of the Inner City, 1980-1990,” presented at Engaging Scholars: Critical Urbanisms at York University, York University, Toronto, Ontario, April 2014.
2012 “Review of: Rehumanizing Law: A Theory of Law and Democracy” in the Canadian Journal of Law and Society (forthcoming).
Halpin, B. (2014). The Sweet Life on Toronto’s Sugar Beach – city building in the shadow of colonialism. Paper presented at Critical Urbanisms Conference at the City Institute, York University, Toronto.
2014“Dazed, Dangerous and Dissolute: Media Representations of Street-Level Sex
Workers in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside” in Criminalizing Women:
Gender and (In)Justice in Neoliberal Times, 2nd Edition, Edited Collection,
Fernwood Publishing: Halifax and Winnipeg. [Forthcoming]
2014“The Urban Dimension” in 50 Years in the Red: Canadian Dimension’s First
Five Decades, Edited Collection, University of Toronto Press: Toronto.
2014“Born Again Urbanism: New Missionary Incursions, Aboriginal Resistance
and Barriers to Rebuilding Relationships in Winnipeg’s North End” Human
Geography # 7(1) (January) (principal author with Owen Toews).
2014“Urban Aboriginality and Representations of the Canadian Inner-City,”
Department of First Nations Studies, University of Western Ontario.
2014 “Compartmentalizing Colonial Violence: Liberal Anti-Racism, Civil Rights
Traditions, and the “Indian Problem” in South Minneapolis, 1962-1975,”
(Civil Rights Legacy sessions), Association of American Geographers annual
conference, Tampa Bay.
2013 La rénovation urbaine en Iran: De I’interventionnisme d’Etat au mercantilisme. En Le Téhéran des quartiers popularizes, transformation urbaine et société civile en République Islamique (ed.) by Mina Saeidi-Sharouz. Paris: Karthala.
- Burak Kose
Kose, Burak. 2014. “Shifting Terrain: Questions of Governance in India’s Cities and their Peripheries” (with Shubhra Gururani). In Suburban Governance: A Global View, edited by Pierre Hamel and Roger Keil. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (In Press)
Kose, Burak. “Culmination of Resistance against Urban Neoliberalism.” January 2014. ROAR Symposium: Reflections on the Gezi Uprising.
Kose, Burak. “Bu Yil Moda Kazova!” (This Year’s Fashion is Kazova!, with Tugce Ellialti). September 2013. Bianet.
Kose, Burak. “Hamilenin Estetigi Degil Direneni Guzel” (Not the Aesthetic but the Resisting Pregnant is Beautiful, with Tugce Ellialti). July 2013. Bianet.
Leffers, D. (2013). Review of Mariana Valverde, Everyday law on the Street: City governance in an age of diversity. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 37(5), 1858-59.
Leffers, D., & Ballamingie, P. (2013). Governmentality, subjectivity, and urban intensification. Local Environment, 18(2), 134-151.
Leffers, D. (2014). Contesting urban development at the urban-rural interface: An institutional approach to land use, property, and the law in the Toronto region. Paper presentation. Association of American Geographers annual meeting, Tampa, April 8-12.
Leffers, D. & Wekerle, G.R. (2013). Stories about developers: An interpretive account of land use change and conflict in the Toronto region. Paper presentation. A suburban revolution? The City Institute at York University, Toronto, September 26-29
Wekerle, G.R. & Leffers, D. (2013). By invitation only: Reframing the power of developer over land use change. Paper presentation. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences annual meeting, Chatham University and Duquesne University, Pittsburg, June 19-22.
Major C and Winters, T. 2013. Community by necessity: Security, insecurity, and the flattering of class in Fort McMurray, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Sociology 38(2): 141-165.
Major, Claire. 2013. Fort McMurray, the Suburb at the End of the Highway. Pp. 143-149 in Keil, Roger, Ed., Suburban Constellations. Berlin: Jovis Press.
Qualitative impressions of mobile workers’ experiences. CI Energy Group’s 2nd Forum on Camp Logistics and Workforce Accommodation. Fort McMurray, AB. October 3, 2013.
Making Oil. Guest lecture, ENVS 4310/5070 Extraction and its Discontents: A Social History and Political Economy. York University. February 27, 2014.
Fort McMurray: Ordinary, extraordinary, global. Guest lecture, GS 451 City Worlds. Global Studies Program, Wilfred Laurier University. November 1, 2013.
2014 Forthcoming: Disruption: Living with Blackouts in the Dominican Republic. Sociales. Santo Domingo. April.
2014 Forthcoming: Charged Encounters and Power Failures: Living with Unstable Electrical Service in the Dominican Republic. Dissertation. Department of Social Anthropology, York University.
2014 “Demarcating and Destabilizing Civilization: Articulating Regional Identities Through Relationships with Technology and Violence in the Dominican Republic.” Presented at the Colloquium on Afro-Caribbean Studies at York University on Feb. 27th.
2013 “Racial Profiling and Sanitary Citizenship”: Biomedical Interrogations During the Cholera Outbreak Along the Dominican-Haitian Border. Hispanic Caribbean Dialogues at York: Migrating Borders, Memories, and Narratives on Oct. 7th.
2013 “Charged Participation: Alternate Modes of Engagement in the Dominican Electrical Sector.” Presented at LASA in Washington, D.C. on May 21st.
Travis, Kathryn. (2014). “Self/Family: an exploration in memories” Incendies, 3 (art contribution throughout publication).
Writing Workshop “Write What?! Unpacking Assignment Instructions and Beginning to Write, November 20, 2013 and February 12, 2014
In-Class Writing Workshop “Writing as Process”, October 2nd, 2013
Panel Name: The Turkish Summer: Insights and Lessons from Gezi Park Movement
At Beit Zatoun, Toronto. 31 January 2014
Organizers: Stefan Kipfer, Greg Albo
Participants: Anna Agathangelou, Sedef Arat Koc, Yasin Kaya, Pelin Asci, Ezgi Dogru, Murat Ucoglu
My part: The Right to the City and Gezi Park Movement
Kipfer, S., Saberi, P. and T. Wieditz (2012). Henri Lefebvre. Debates and Controversies. Progress in Human Geography.
Kipfer, S., Saberi, P. and T. Wieditz (2012). Henri Lefebvre. In F. Eckardt (Ed.), Handbuch Stadtsoziologie. Vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
Wieditz, T (2013) “Don’t Let the Condo’s Eat my Job: From the Production of Cookies to the Production of Space.” Paper presented at the Empire, City, Nature Conference. Toronto, Canada. May 31, 2013.
Wieditz, T (2013) “From a socio-ecological fix in the “country” to labours’ spatial fix in “town”: Condos, Cookies and Speculative Pressures in Toronto.” Paper presented at The Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA. April 10, 2013.
Nugent, J. and T. Wieditz (2013) “Fighting to Protect Employment Lands: Recent Labour-Community Struggles in the City of Toronto.” Paper presented at The United Association for Labour Education. Toronto, Canada. April. 17-20, 2013.
Tchoukaleyska, R. (forthcoming 2014) ‘Outdoor food markets as community spaces in France’. Geography (summer 2014).
Tchoukaleyska, R. (2013) ‘Regulating the farmers’ market: paysan expertise, quality production and local food’. Geoforum, 45:211-218.
2014-2015: SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, to be held at the CITY Institute, York University, Toronto, January 2014 – December 2015. (value $81.000CDN)
2013: University of Manchester Cities@Manchester, Summer Institute for Urban Studies 2014 (upcoming July 2014), presenter and workshop participant.
(with Ute Lehrer) A Suburban Revolution conference: ‘Montpellier’s suburban face-off: high-rise social housing in La Mosson meets the village idyll of Juvignac’. Toronto, Canada, September 2013.
Fake Projects. Architecture as Fiction. 13th Annual York University Art History Graduate Student Symposium. Fail Again, Fake Better. York University, Toronto, Ontario. March 14th, 2014
Facing the skeletons: a way to have the balanced urban revitalization. 7th Annual Community Movements Conference. From Skyscrapers to Slums: The Dynamics of Urbanism. Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario. February 8th, 2014
Architecture and Museums. The Brazilian Experience. Architecture and Museums in the Metropolis (Graduate Seminar). York University, Toronto, Ontario. November 28th, 2013