Previous Publications

2017 Publications

The Jane-Finch TSNS Task Force

Community response to the Toronto Strong Neighborhoods Strategy 2020: What neighborhood improvement looks like from the perspective of residents in Jane-Finch

The purpose of this document is to produce a Jane Finch community-led response to the Toronto Strong Neighbourhoods Strategy 2020 (TSNS), produced by the City of Toronto. The aim of this research-based
project has been to define what “improvement” of Jane-Finch should look like, from the community residents’ point of view according to the City’s three key indicators: Healthy Lives, Economic Opportunities
and Social Development.

Each neighbourhood in the TSNS study was given a potential score, based on a range from 0 to 100, with actual scores ranging from 92.0 to 21.38, and with communities with a score below 42.89 identified as
Neighbourhood Improvement Areas. The lowest score of 21.38 is that of the Black Creek neighbourhood, while the second lowest score of 24.39 is of the Glenfield – Jane Heights area, both of which are located
within Jane Finch.

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Urbanization in a Global Context

Edited by Alison L. Bain and Linda Peake

Urbanization in a Global Context introduces students to the process of urbanization around the world, emphasizing the interconnectedness of urban spaces in different regions. Grounded in international case studies, the text explores contemporary urban issues - from urban policy, climate change, and gender, to transportation and water governance - and incorporates Canadian perspectives to give students a truly comprehensive overview of global urban dynamics.

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Citizenship, Activism and the City

The Invisible and the Impossible

By Patricia Burke Wood

Were the occupations of 2010–11 – from Spain to Tahrir Square to Occupy Wall Street – a success or failure? Are they the model for urban radical politics? This book challenges common understandings and underlying assumptions of what constitutes activism and resistance. It proposes a critical urban theory of politics and citizenship that is grounded in the city as it is inhabited. For those who are marginalized, the city is a double-edged sword of oppression and emancipation.

This book argues for an intersectional approach that actively dismantles hierarchies and embraces a wider range of acts of resistance and creative transformation, one in which we recognize these acts of citizenship as a form of constitutionalism. Wood reframes the theorization of protest and of the city, 'post-political' literature and the history of protest, and Marxist and anarchist ideas about the time and space of politics. Through this, she adopts a unique approach to provide new theoretical insights and challenges to post-political thinking.

This book will be valuable reading for those interested in political, urban and social geography, in addition to political economy and progressive politics in the urban context.

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Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change

Edited by Ian Thomas MacDonald
Cornell University Press

$ 134.95 CAD Cloth, 272 pages ISBN 9781501706547
$ 44.95 CAD Paper, 272 pages ISBN 9781501706820

Written by a US-Canadian team of labour researchers and labour geographers, Unions and the City: Negotiating Urban Change investigates how and why labour unions are becoming more involved in urban struggles, regulation and planning in New York City and Toronto. The contributors assess the effectiveness of this involvement in terms of labour goals—such as protecting employment levels, retaining bargaining relationships with employers, and organizing new workforces—as well as broader social consequences of union strategies, such as expanding access to public services, improving employment equity, and making neighbourhoods more affordable. Focusing on four key economic sectors (film, hospitality, green energy, and child care), this book reveals that unions can exert a surprising level of influence in various aspects of urban policymaking and that they can have a significant impact on the nature of urban change.

If we are right to believe that the future of the labour movement is an urban one, union activists and staffers, elected officials and members of the public alike will require a fuller understanding of what impels unions to become involved in urban planning issues, what dilemmas structure the choices unions make, and what impact unions have on the lives of urban residents beyond their members. This book contributes to that understanding in the hope that it may serve as a roadmap towards both a stronger labour movement and a socially just urbanism.

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We are holding a book launch in Toronto on June 1st during the meetings of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association (CIRA) and the Canadian Association for Work and Labour Studies (CAWLS). A panel of labour leaders and activists will be responding to the work in the presence of the Toronto-based authors. This is a free event.

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Volume contributors:

Simon Black, Brock University; Maria Figueroa, Cornell University; Lois S. Gray, Cornell University; Ian Thomas MacDonald, Université de Montréal; James Nugent, University of Toronto; Susanna F. Schaller, City College Center for Worker Education; Steven Tufts, York University; K. C. Wagner, Cornell University; Mildred Warner, Cornell University; Thorben Wieditz, York University

2016 Publications

Bain, A.L. and Burnett, R. (2016) "Urban regeneration in a mid-sized city: a new vision for downtown Sudbury." In Ren Thomas (ed) Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jennifer Foster and Anders Sandberg (Eds.)(2016). Post-industrial Urban Greenspace: An Environmental Justice Perspective. London: Routledge.

Keil, R., Macdonald, S (2016). "Rethinking urban political ecology from the outside in: Greenbelts and boundaries in the post-suburban city." Local Environment, DOI: 10.1080/13549839.2016.1145642

Keil, R., Addie, JP. (2016) "‘It’s not going to be suburban, it’s going to be all urban’: Assembling Post- Suburbia in the Toronto and Chicago Regions." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 39,5 (September), 892-911.

Mullings, B, Peake, L and Parizeau, K. (2016). “Cultivating an Ethic of Wellness in Geography”, The Canadian Geographer, 10pp.

2015 Publications

Bain, A.L. (2015) "Re-imaging, re-elevating, re-placing the urban." In Pierre Filion, Markus Moos, Ryan Walker, and Tara Vinodrai (eds) Canadian Cities in Transition: New Directions in the 21st Century. Fifth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 244-257.

Bain, A.L. and Arik, H. (2015) "Patriarchy." The Wiley-AAG International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. New York: Wiley Press.

Lo, L., Preston, V., Anisef, P., S., Basu, R. and Wang. (2015). Social Infrastructure and Vulnerability in the Suburbs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Murnaghan, A. and Basu, R. (2015) "Playfully Negotiating Publics: Children, Space and Activism in the City" in Dutt, Ashok K., Allen G. Noble, Frank G. Costa, Rajiv R. Thakur and Surya Kant (eds.) Spatial Diversity and Dynamics in Resources and Urban.

Gilbert, L. De Jong, F.(2015)."Entanglements of Periphery and Informality in Mexico City." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 39(3): 518-532.

R. Hadj-Moussa, (2015). "La télévision par satellite et ses publics au Maghreb: espaces de resistance, espaces critiques." Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

Kipfer, S., Saberi, P (2015) “Times and Spaces of Right Populism: Notes from Paris and Toronto.” Socialist Register 2016: 312-32

Sandberg, A. (2015).“Subverting the Enterprise University: The Case of the Alternative Campus Tour at York University, Toronto, Canada,” International Studies in Widening Participation, 2, 2, pp. 12-19.

Kip, Markus; Young, Douglas and Drummond, Lisa. (2015). "Socialist Modernism at Alexanderplatz." Europa Regional 22, 2014 1-2: 13-26.

Poppe, Will and Young, Douglas. (2015). "The politics of place: place-making versus densification in Toronto’s tower neighbourhoods." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. May, 2015 Vol. 39, Issue 3: 613-621.

Hynie, M., Umubyeyi, B., Gasanganwa, M.C., Bohr, Y., McGrath, S., Umuziga, P., Mukarusanga, B.(2015). "Community Resilience and Community Interventions for Post-Natal Depression: Reflecting on Maternal Mental Health in Rwanda." In N. Khanlou, & B. Pilkington, (Eds.) Women's Mental Health: Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society. New York: Springer, (pp 343-356).

Bardekjian, A. (2015). "Towards social arboriculture: Arborists’ perspectives on urban forest labour in Southern Ontario, Canada." Urban Forestry and Urban Greening. Available online: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1618866715001508

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2015) "Illicit mint and unregulated vendors: constructing illegality in French public spaces," Area. 47(1):81-87.

Kose, Burak. 2015. “Worlding Cities: Asian Experiments and the Art of Being Global”, edited by Ananya Roy and Aihwa Ong. Human Geography 8(3): 90-93.

2014 Publications

Black, Simon. 2014. “Street Music, Urban Ethnography and Ghettoized Communities.” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(2): 700-705

D’Amico, Francesca. “’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).

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.

Hugill, D., (2014). “The Urban Dimension” in 50 Years in the Red: Canadian Dimension’s First Five Decades, Edited Collection, University of Toronto Press: Toronto.

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.

Sandberg, L. A., Bardekjian, A, & Butt, S. (Eds.). (2014). Urban Forests, Trees and Greenspace: A Political Ecology Perspective. Routledge: London.

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2014) ‘Outdoor food markets as community spaces in France’. Geography 99(2):99-103.

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.

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.

2013 Publications

Alexandrakis, O. (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.

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.

Dippo, D., Marcela Duran and Ranu Basu (2012). “Settlement and Schooling: The Unique Circumstances of Refugees and Forced Migrants”. Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, 44 (3). 45-59.

Dippo, D. “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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Jenkins, W. (2013) Between Raid and Rebellion: the Irish in Buffalo and Toronto, 1867-1916, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. xix, 511.

Jenkins, W. (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.

Jenkins, W. (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.
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.

Khatam, Azam (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.

Khatam, Azam (2013). Urban poverty and factional politics in Iran: case study of Jafarabad neighborhood in Kermanshah Iran, Goftogu, 54: 86-95.

Khatam, Azam (2012) Labor urban environment in oil industry in Iran: From Abadan company town to workers camp in Assaloieh, Goftogu, 53: 65-80.|

Alexandrakis, O. (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.

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.

Dippo, D., Marcela Duran and Ranu Basu (2012). “Settlement and Schooling: The Unique Circumstances of Refugees and Forced Migrants”. Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, 44 (3). 45-59.

Dippo, D. “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.

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.

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

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.

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

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.

Jenkins, W. (2013) Between Raid and Rebellion: the Irish in Buffalo and Toronto, 1867-1916, Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. xix, 511.

Jenkins, W. (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.

Jenkins, W. (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.

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.

Khatam, Azam (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.

Khatam, Azam (2013). Urban poverty and factional politics in Iran: case study of Jafarabad neighborhood in Kermanshah Iran, Goftogu, 54: 86-95

Khatam, Azam (2012) Labor urban environment in oil industry in Iran: From Abadan company town to workers camp in Assaloieh, Goftogu, 53: 65-80

Kipfer, S., Saberi, P. and T. Wieditz (2012). Henri Lefebvre. In F. Eckardt (Ed.), Handbuch Stadtsoziologie. Vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

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.

MacDonald, I (2013). “Beyond the Labour of Sisyphus: Unions and the City,” Socialist Register 2014: Registering Class. London: The Merlin Press: 247-265.

MacDonald, I (2013). “Labor and Community in Land Use Planning: The New York Hotel Trades’ Council ‘Special Permit’ Campaign,” Progressive Planning, 197: pp. 29-31.

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.

Marchessault, J. (2013). "Citerama: Expo 67 as Media City." In: Reimagining Cinema, The Films of Expo 67. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

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.

McLean, H., & Rahder, B. (2013). The Exclusionary Politics of Creative Communities: The Case of Kensington Market Pedestrian Sundays. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 22(1).

McLean, H., & Rahder, B. (2013). 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, 22(1): 145-166.

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.

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.

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.

Sandberg, A., G. Wekerle, and L. Gilbert (2013), The Oak Ridges Moraine Battles: Sprawl, Development, and Nature Conservation in the Toronto Region. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 320 pp.

Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank (eds.) (2013). Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History. 356 pp.

Sandberg, A. (2013). “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.

Sandberg, A. and L. Wallace, (2013). “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.

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2013) ‘Regulating the farmers' market: paysan expertise, quality production and local food’. Geoforum, 45:211-218.

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.

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.

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.

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., “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.

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.

Kipfer, S., Saberi, P. and T. Wieditz (2012). Henri Lefebvre. In F. Eckardt (Ed.), Handbuch Stadtsoziologie. Vs Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

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.

MacDonald, I (2013). “Beyond the Labour of Sisyphus: Unions and the City,” Socialist Register 2014: Registering Class. London: The Merlin Press: 247-265.

MacDonald, I (2013). “Labor and Community in Land Use Planning: The New York Hotel Trades’ Council ‘Special Permit’ Campaign,” Progressive Planning, 197: pp. 29-31.

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.

Marchessault, J. (2013). "Citerama: Expo 67 as Media City." In: Reimagining Cinema, The Films of Expo 67. McGill-Queen’s University Press.

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.

McLean, H., & Rahder, B. (2013). The Exclusionary Politics of Creative Communities: The Case of Kensington Market Pedestrian Sundays. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 22(1).

McLean, H., & Rahder, B. (2013). 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, 22(1): 145-166.

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.

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.

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.

Sandberg, A., G. Wekerle, and L. Gilbert (2013), The Oak Ridges Moraine Battles: Sprawl, Development, and Nature Conservation in the Toronto Region. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 320 pp.

Sandberg, A., S. Bocking, C. Coates, and K. Cruikshank (eds.) (2013). Urban Explorations: Environmental Histories of the Toronto Region. Hamilton, ON: L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History. 356 pp.

Sandberg, A. (2013). “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.

Sandberg, A. and L. Wallace, (2013). “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.

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2013) ‘Regulating the farmers' market: paysan expertise, quality production and local food’. Geoforum, 45:211-218.

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.

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.

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.

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., “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.

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.

2012 Publications

Macdonald, Sara and Keil, Roger (2012). The Ontario Greenbelt: Shifting the Scales of the Sustainability Fix? The Professional Geographer. 64(2) 2012, pages 1–21

Bourke, A., Dafnos, T. and Kip, M. (2012).Lumpencity: Discourses of Marginality/ Marginalizing Discourses. Ottawa, ON: Red Quill Books.

2011 Publications

Ali, S. H. (2011). Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). Green Series, vol. 9: Health. Edited by Oladele Ogunseitan. Sage Publications.

Ali, S. H.(2011). Tuberculosis. Green Series, vol. 9: Health. Edited by Oladele Ogunseitan. Sage Publications.

Black, S. (2011). Sexism, soccer, and struggle. Canadian Dimension, vol. 45(3), May/June, pp. 55.

Black, S., and Keil, R. (2001). Keeping the cities at bay or making a run for the metropolis: Can Harper conquer the urban nation? Canada Watch, Spring 2011, pp. 32-34.

Darchen, S. and Tremblay, D-G. and (2011). Municipal family policy and work-family articulation: the case of five Québec municipalities. The Canadian Journal of Regional Science, vol. 22(3), pp. 15-32.

Desfor, G. and Laidley J. (Eds.). (2011). Reshaping Toronto’s Waterfront. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Gaetz, S., Kulik. D.M., Levy, A.S., Crowe, C., and Ford-Jones, E.L. (2011). Homeless youth’s overwhelming health burden – a review of the literature. Pediatrics and Child Health, vol. 16(6), pp. 43-47.

Gaetz, S. (2011). Can housing first work if there isn't enough affordable housing? CrossCurrents: The Journal of Addiction and Mental Health, vol. 14(2).

Gilbert, L. (2011). Politics of Immigration and Refugee Reform: Regulating the Desirable and Undesirable. Canada Watch, Spring 2011.

Hae, L. (2011). Gentrification and Politicization of Nightlife in New York City. Acme: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, vol. 10(3).

Hae, L. (2011). Rights to Spaces for Social Dancing in New York City: A Question of Urban Rights. Urban Geography, vol. 32(1), pp. 129-142

Hae, L. (2011). Dilemmas of the Nightlife Fix: Post-industrialization and the Gentrification of Nightlife in New York City. Urban Studies, vol. 48(16), pp. 3444- 3460.

Hornstein, S. (2011). Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place. Ashgate Publishing.

Jenkins, W. (2011). Review of Sewell, J. (2009) The Shaping of the Suburbs: Understanding Toronto’s Sprawl, University of Toronto Press. Planning Perspectives, vol. 26(3), pp. 521-522.

Keil, R., D. Young and P. Wood, (Eds). (2011). In-Between Infrastructure: Urban Connectivity in an Age of Vulnerability. Kelowna, BC: Praxis(e) Press.

Keil, R. (2011). Transnational urban political ecology: health, environment and infrastructure in the unbounded city. In The New Companion to the City2nd Edition, Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson (Eds.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Kipfer, S. (2011). Decolonization in the heart of empire: some Fanonian echoes in France today. Antipode, 43(4), pp. 1155-1180.

Lotherington, H. & J. Jenson. (2011). Teaching multimodal and digital literacy in L2 settings: New literacies, new basics, new pedagogies. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 31, pp. 226-246.

Lotherington, H. (2011). Pedagogy of multiliteracies: Rewriting Goldilocks. New York, NY: Routledge.

McGrath, S., Wood, P.B. & Young, J.E.E.E.. (2011). The Emotional City: Refugee Resettlement in Calgary. Journal for International Migration and Integration. pp. 1-17.

Murray, K. (2011). Making Space in Vancouver's East End from Leonard Marsh to the Vancouver Agreement. BC Studies, vol. 169, pp.7-49

Murray, K. (2011). The Silence of Urban Aboriginal Policy in New Brunswick. Canadian Urban Aboriginal Policy Making. Montreal and Kingston. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Norcliffe, G. and T. Pinfold (Eds.). (2011). Planning African Development: The Kenyan Experience. London: Routledge. [First published by Croom Helm, and Westview Press in 1981 and re-issued in 2011 in the Routledge Revivals series.]

Schwartz, H. (2011, May). The Economic Effects of Large Cities on the Canadian EconomyPolicy Options, pp. 18-22.

Taylor, L. (2011). No boundaries: exurbia and the study of contemporary urban dispersion. GeoJournal, vol. 76(4), pp. 323 – 339.

Taylor, L. (2011). Greenbelts: What Are They And How Are They Evolving? KeyNotes Lambda Alpha International: The Honorary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics, June, Featured article.

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2011) ‘Co-housing childhoods: parents’ mediation of urban risk through participation in intentional communities’. The Journal of Children’s Geographies, 9(2): 235-246.

Wekerle, G. and Abbruzzese, T. (2011). Gendered Spaces of Activism in Exurbia: Politicizing an Ethics of Care from the Household to the Region. Frontiers: A Women’s Studies Journal, vol. 32(2), pp. 186-23

Young, D. (2011). Hyper-development or Nothing to Do:  Urban Planning in Toronto’s In-between City.  Public: Art/Culture/Ideas, vol. 43: Suburbs: Dwelling in Transition, pp. 76-85.

Zumbansen, P., Handl, G. and Zekoll, J. (Eds.). (2011). Beyond Territoriality: Transnational Legal Authority in an Age of Globalization. Brill: The Hague.

2010 Publications

Amati, M. and Taylor, L. (2010). From green belts to green infrastructure Planning Practice and Research 25(2): 143–155

Asgar A., Ghaffari A., and Levy J., (2010), Spatial and temporal analyses of structural fire incidents and their causes: A case of Toronto, Canada. Fire Safety Journal, 45(1), 44-57.

Bain, A.L. and Marsh, J. (forthcoming, 2010) Peterborough: a georegion in transition? In G. Nelson and S. Preston (Eds). Many Places, Many People: Understanding and Planning for the DiverseGeoregions of Ontario. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Bain, A.L. (2010) Re-imaging, re-elevating, re-placing the urban. In Trudi Bunting, Pierre Filion, and Alison L. Bain Page 7 of 8 Ryan Walker (Eds). Canadian Cities in Transition: New Directions in the 21st Century. Fourth Edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 262-275.

Basu, R. (2010) Geographies of Education, for the Encyclopedia of Geography, edited by Barney Wharf, Sage Publications.

Black, S. (2010). Sports, spectacle, and ... socialism? A conversation with urban scholar and activist Roger Keil. Canadian Dimension, 44(3), 58.

Black, S. (2010). Review: Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide, and the Politics of Containment. Canadian Dimension, 44(2).

Calliess, G.F. and Zumbansen, P. (2010). Rough Consensus and Running Code: A Theory of Transnational Private Law. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

Crichlow, W. (2010). Review of Harvey Young (2010), Embodying the Black Experience: Stillness, Critical Memory, and the Black Body. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 259 pp.; and Brain Norman & Piper Kendrix Williams (Eds.) (2010), Representing Segregation: Toward Aesthetics of Living Jim Crow, and Other Forms of Racial Division. New York: State University of New (SUNY) Press, 280 pp. PUBLIC: Art, Culture, Ideas, 138-144.

Crichlow, W. (2010).  In Conversation: Artist Interview with Stacy Tyrell, Megan Morrison, Christina Leslie & Dawit L. Petros. Positioned As Desired: Exploring African Canadian Identity-Photographs from the Wedge Collection. Toronto: Wedge Curatorial Projects (Exhibition Catalogue, Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), October 2, 2010-March 27, 2011), 37-44.

Darchen, S. and D-G. Tremblay. (2010). What attracts and retains knowledge workers/students: the quality of place or career opportunities? The cases of Montreal and Ottawa. Cities, 27(4), 225-233.

Darchen, S. and D-G. Tremblay. (2010). Attracting and retaining the workforce in science and technology: the case of Montreal. In Kostas Metaxiotis, Francisco Javier Carrillo and TanYigitcanlar (Eds). Knowledge-Based Development of Cities and Societies: anIntegrated Multi-level Approach. USA: IGI Global, pp. 42-58.

Desfor, G., Laidley, J., Stevens, Q., and Schubert, D. Ed, (2010). Transforming Urban Waterfronts: Fixity and Flow: New York: Routledge.

Desfor, G. and Laidley J. (Eds). (2011). Reshaping Toronto’s Waterfront. Toronto: University of Toronto Press

Dippo, D. (2010). From Refuge to Polis:  Shifting the Rationale for Religiosity in  Schools. Educational Policy, 24, 216 - 220.

Gururani, S. (2010). Troubled Nature: Some Reflections on the Changing Nature of the  Millennial City (Gurgaon), India. In Ingrid Stefanovic and Stephen Scharper (Eds.). The Natural City: Re-Envisioning the Built Environment. University of Toronto Press. Toronto.

Gururani, S. And Berry, K. (Eds). (2010). Introduction: Gendered Articulations: Special Issue:Himalaya: The Journal of the Association of Nepal and Himalayan Studies.

James, R. (2010). From 'slum clearance' to 'revitalisation': planning, expertise and moral regulation in Toronto's Regent Park. Planning Perspectives 25(1):69-86.

Jenkins, W. (2010). Homeland Crisis and Local Ethnicity: the Toronto Irish and the Evening Telegram, 1910-1914, Urban History Review, 38, 48-63.

Keil, R., Allahwala, A., and Boudreau, J.A. (2010). Urban Governance in Canada. In Trudi Bunting, Pierre Filion and Ryan Walker (Eds.) Canadian Cities in Transition, 4th ed.

Khatam, A. (2010). Struggles over Defining the Moral City: Islam and Urban Public Life in Iran, in Linda Herrera and Asef Bayat (Eds.). The Making of Muslim Youths: New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North. New York: Oxford University Press.

Khatam, A. (Ed.). (2010). Shahr va zaminlarzeh: chera zelzeleh dar Iran margbar ast? (City and earthquake: why earthquake is still so lethal in Iran?) Tehran: Agah Publishing House.

Lehrer, U., Keil, R., and Kipfer, S. (2010). Reurbanization in Toronto: Condominium book and social housing revitalization. DISP, 180, 81-90

Lotherington, H. (2010). Scaffolding inclusive language and literacy education: Interdisciplinary digital narrative projects at primary school. NALDIC Quarterly, 7(2), 16-22.

Massam, B.H. (2010). 'Introduction: tourism, cui bono?' In Rosa Maria Chavez Dagostino, Edmundo Andrade Romo, Rodrigo Espinoza Sanchez (Eds.), Turismo comunitario en México, Universidad de Guadalajara Press, Mexico.

McGrath, S., P.B. Wood, & J.E.E.E. Young. (2010). Safe havens? Mapping the provision of settlement services in three Canadian urban centres. Canadian Social Work Journal (in press).

Packer, L. (2010). Keeping the Bees: Why All Bees Are at Risk and What We Can Do to Save Them. Canada: Harper Collins.

Peake, L. and de Souza, K. (January 2010) Feminist academic and activist praxis in service of the transnational. In Nagar, R., Swarr, A. (Eds.) Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp.105-123.

Peake, L., Mullings, B., and Warner, M. (2010) 'Fear and Loathing in Haiti: Race and the Politics of Humanitarian Dispossession'. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Sandberg, A., and Sandberg, T. (2010). Climate Change – Who’s Carrying the Burden?: The Chilly Climates of the Global Environmental Dilemma. Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Schwartz, H. (2010). “Toronto: Trouble in the Megacity, Facing a Financial Crisis in 2010”  Policy Options February, 2010 p.62-67.

Taylor, L. (2010). No boundaries: exurbia and the study of contemporary urban dispersion. GeoJournal (online DOI 10.1007/s10708-009-9300)

Taylor, L. (2010). The Idea of Landscape in Planning at the City’s Edge, in K. Beesley, ed. The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy. 348–62. Brandon, MN: Brandon University (Rural Development Institute).

Tchoukaleyska, R. (2010) 'Gecontesteerde etnishce markten in Montpellier (contested ethnic markets in Montpellier)'. AGORA: Magazine Voor Sociaalruimtelijke Vraagstukken, 26(2): 233-36.

Vosko, L. F. (2010). Managing the Margins: Gender, Citizenship and the International Regulation of Precarious Employment. Oxford: Oxford University Press UK.

Warkentin, J. (2010). Creating Memory: A Guide to Outdoor Public Sculpture in Toronto. Toronto: Becker Associates.

Wekerle, G. and  Abbruzzese, T. V. (2010). Producing Regionalism: Regional Movements, Ecosystems and Equity in a Fast and Slow Growth Region. Geojournal, vol. 75(6), pp. 581.

Wekerle, G., and Sandberg, L.A. (2010). Reaping Nature’s Dividends: TheNeoliberalization and Gentrification of Nature on the Oak Ridges Moraine.  Journal Of Environmental Planning and Policy, January.

Wieditz, T. (2010). Gentrifizierung im Stadtteil Liberty Village, Toronto [Gentrification in Liberty Village, Toronto]. In I. Mertens & K. Usunov (Eds.), Raumplanerinnen im Ausland. Dortmund: Institut für Raumplanung. Universität Dortmund (IRPUD).

Wood, P. and Wortley, S. (2010). AlieNation: Racism, Injustice and Other Obstacles to Full Citizenship. CERIS Working Paper No. 78.

Young, D. and Keil, R. (2010). Reconnecting the Disconnected: the Politics of Infrastructure in  the In-between City. Cities:The International Journal of Policy and Planning. 27, 87-95.

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.

2008 Publications

Ali, S.H. and Keil, R. (Eds.) (2008). Networked Disease: Emerging Infections in Global Cities. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Urban and Social Change Series.

Abdi, N., Boucher, N., Cavalcanti,, M., Kipfer, S., Pieterse, E., and Rao, V. (2008). Comparative perspectives on ’colonization’ and urbanization”. Contribution to “Writing the lines of connection: Unveiling the strange language of urbanization. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32(4), 989-1027.

Addie, J.-P. D. (2008). The rhetoric and reality of urban policy in the neoliberal city: Implications for social struggle in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati. Environment and Planning A, 40(11),2674-2692

Bain, A.L. (2008). Methods: Masculinism. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Oxford:  Elsevier.

Berland, Jody. (2008). “Cat and Mouse: Iconographies of Nature and Desire,” Cultural Studies, 22(2), 431-454.

Berland, J. (2008). "Postmusics." In Sonic Synergies: Music, Community, Technology, Identity. Gerry Bloustein. (Ed.). London: Palgrave, pp. 35-45.

Bose, P. (2008). Home and Away: Diasporas, Developments and Displacements in a Globalizing World. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 29 (1), 111-131.

Desfor, G., and Vesalon, L. (2008). Urban Expansion and Industrial Nature: A political ecology of Toronto’s Port Industrial District. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32(3), 586-603.

Fallis, G. (2008). Professors as Public Intellectuals. The Global University. October-November - Issue of Academic Matters. Retrieved from http://www.academicmatters.ca/current_issue.article.gk?catalog_item_id=1233&category=/issues/OCT2008

Gilbert, L., Sandberg, L.A. and Wekerle, G.R. (2008). Through the Bioregional Prism: Building Home and Conserving Nature in the Greater Toronto Region. In A. Celie, G. Martinez-Zalce and M. Alfie (Eds.).  Norte America: Construccion de Espacios Regionales. Mexico City: Eon Ediciones, UAM-Azcapotzalco.

Goonewardena, K., Kipfer, K., Molgrom, R., and Schmid, C. (2008). Space, Difference, Everday life: Reading Henri Lefebvre (Ed). New York: Routledge.

Goonewardena, K., Kipfer, K., Molgrom, R., and Schmid, C. (2008). On the Production of Henri Lefebvre. In Goonewardena, K., Kipfer, K., Molgrom, R., and Schmid C. (Eds.), Space, Difference, Everday life: Reading Henri Lefebvre (pp. 1-24). New York: Routledge.

Hornstein, S. (2008). No Man’s Land: Jewish Women at War. In L. Jansma (Ed.) Nina Levitt: Concealing Nature Exhibition Catalogue. The Robert McLaughlin Gallery.

Hornstein, S. (2008). Splash and Flash! The Man Who Swam into Virtual Space. In J. Brauch, A. Lipphardt, and A. Nocke (Ed.) Jewish Topographies: Visions of Space, Traditions of Place. Ashgate.

Hracs, B.J. and Massam, B.H. (2008). Places/Spaces of Celebration and Protest: Citizenship, Civic Conversations and the Promotion of Rights and Obligations. Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 17(1), Supplement 63-81. Full Article

Kasminska, A., Marchessault, J. and Rovito, J. (Eds.) (2008). Public? Public: Art/Culture/Ideas, 37 (Fall), 20th Anniversary Issue.

Keil, R. and Young, D. (2008). Transportation: The Bottleneck of Regional Competitiveness in Toronto. Environment and Planning C, 26(4), 728-751.

Kern, L. and Wekerle, G.R. (2008). Gendered Spaces of Redevelopment, Gendered Politics of City Building. In J. DeSena (Ed.). Gender in an Urban World, vol.9, Research in Urban Sociology. Bingley UK: Emerald/JAI Press.

Kipfer, S. (2008) Hegemony, Everyday Life, and Difference: How Lefebvre urbanized Gramsci. In Goonewardena, K., Kipfer, K., Molgrom, R., and Schmid C. (Eds.), Space, Difference, Everday life: Reading Henri Lefebvre (pp. 193-211). New York: Routledge.

Kipfer, S. (2008) Die Zentralität des Städtischen: Überlegungen zur Skalenfrage. In Bernd Röttger, Susanne Heeg, Markus Wissen Münster (Eds). Politics of Scale: Räume der Globalisierung und Perspektiven emanzipatorischer Politik (pp. 85-105). Westfälisches Dampfboot.

Kipfer, S., Schmid, C., Goonewardena, K., and Molgrom, R. (2008). Globalizing Lefebvre? In Goonewardena, K., Kipfer, K., Molgrom, R., and Schmid C. (Eds.), Space, Difference, Everday life: Reading Henri Lefebvre (pp. 285-305). New York: Routledge.

Lehrer, U. and Laidley, J. (2008). Old Mega-projects Newly Packaged? Waterfront Redevelopment in Toronto. International Journal for Urban and Regional Research, 32 (4) Special issue on Megaprojects, S. Fainstein and F. Orueta (Eds.), 786-803.

Lehrer, U. (2008). Urban Renaissance and Resistance in Toronto. In L. Porter and K. Shaw (Eds.) Whose Urban Renaissance? An International Comparison of Policy Drivers and Responses to Urban Regeneration Strategies. London: Routledge.

Lo, L. (2008). DiverCity Toronto: Canada’s Premier Gateway City. In M. Price and L. Benton-Short (Eds.) Migrants to the Metropolis: The Rise of Immigrant Gateway Cities. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

Lotherington, H. & Chow, S. (2008). Rewriting Goldilocks in the urban, multicultural elementary school. In F. Shultz (Ed.) Multicultural education 14th ed. NY, NY: McGraw-Hill. Reprinted from The Reading Teacher, 60 (3), 244-252.

Major, C. (2008). Affect work and infected bodies: biosecurity in an age of emerging infectious disease. Environment and Planning A 40(7), 1633–1646.

Moss, T. & Monstadt, J. (Eds.). (2008). Restoring Floodplains in Europe: Policy Contexts and Project Experiences. IWA Publishing.

Newig, J., Voß, J-P. and Monstadt, J. (Eds.) (2008). Governance for Sustainable Development: Steering in Contexts of Ambivalence, Uncertainty and Distributed Power. Routledge.

Schwartz, H. (2008). The Property Tax and the City of Toronto. Municipal World, April 2008, 39.

Schwartz, H. (2008). Property Tax Assessments. Municipal World, April, 2008.

Svensson, J. (2008) It's a Long Way from Helsingborg to Porto Alegre: A Case Study in Deliberative Democracy in Late Modernity. Journal of Public Deliberation, 4 (1), Article 4.

Wang, L., Rosenberg, M. and Lo, L. (2008). Ethnicity and utilization of  family physicians - a case study of Mainland Chinese immigrants in Toronto, Canada. Social Science and Medicine, 67(9), 1341-1480.

Wekerle, G.R., Sandberg, L.A. and Gilbert, L. (2008). Regional Resistances in an Exurban Region: Intersections of the Politics of Place and the Politics of Scale. In R. Mahon and R. Keil (Eds.) Leviathan Undone? A Political Economy of Scale. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Wekerle, G.R., Sandberg, L.A. and Gilbert, L. (2008).Taking a Stand in Exurbia:  Environmental Movements to Preserve Nature and Resist Sprawl. In L. Adkin (Ed.) Environmental Conflicts and Democracy in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Wekerle, G.R. (2008). Planning for Safety in Cities. In J. Grant (Ed.) Reader on Canadian Planning: Linking Practice with Theory. Toronto: Thomson/Nelson.

2007 Publications

Bain, A.L. (2007). Claiming space: fatherhood and artistic practice. Gender, Place and Culture 14(3), 249-265.

Bain, A.L. and Nash, C.J. (2007). The Toronto Women’s Bathhouse raid: querying queer identities in the courtroom. Antipode, 39(1), 17-34.

Bose, P. (2007). Dreaming of Diasporas: Urban Developments and Transnational Identities in Contemporary Kolkata. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 17 (Spring 2007), 111-130.

Bose, P. (2007). Development and Diasporic Capital: Nonresident Indians and the State. In L. Goldring & S, Krishnamurti (Eds.), Organizing the Transnational. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Boudreau, J-A., Hamel, P., Jouve, B. & Keil, R.  (2007). New State Spaces in Canada: Metropolitanization in Montreal and Toronto Compared. Urban Geography, 28 (1), 30-53.

Desfor, G., and Bunce, S. (2007). Political Ecologies of Urban Waterfront Transformations.  Cities: International Journal of Policy and Planning24(4).

Fallis, G. (2007). Multiversities, Ideas, and Democracy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Frisken, F. (2007).The Public Metropolis: The Political Dynamics of Urban Expansion in the Toronto Region 1924-2003. Canadian Scholars' Press Inc.

Jenkins, W. (2007). Identity, place, and the political mobilization of urban minorities: comparative perspectives on Irish Catholics in Buffalo and Toronto 1888 - 1910. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 21 (1), 160-186.

Hae, L. (2007). Dancing in New York City: The Cabaret Law, Alternative Cultures and Neoliberal Urbanism. In B. Morgan (Ed.). The Intersection of Rights and Regulation: New Directions in Sociolegal Scholarship. New York: Ashgate.

Laidley, J. (2007). The ecosystem approach and the global imperative on Toronto's Central Waterfront. CITIES, 24 (4), 259-272.

Lo, L., Wang, L., Wang, S. and Yuan, Y. (2007). Immigrant Settlement Services in the Toronto CMA: A GIS-Assisted Analysis of Demand and Supply. Working Paper No. 59. Toronto: Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement.

Lo, L. and Wang, S. (2007). The new Chinese business sector in Toronto: A spatial and structural anatomy of medium- and large-sized firms. In E. Fong and C. Luk (Eds.), Chinese Ethnic Businesses: Global and Local Perspectives. London and New York: Routledge.

Keil, R. (2007). Empire and the Global City. Studies in Political Economy, 79 (Spring), 167-192.

Keil, R and Ali, S.H. (2007). Governing the Sick City: Urban Governance in the Age of Emerging Infectious Disease. Antipode, 39(5), 846-873.

Kipfer, S. (2007). Space and Fanon: Colonization, urbanization and liberation from the colonial to the global city. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 25(4), 701-26.

Kipfer, S., and Goonewardena, K. (2007). Colonization and the New Imperialism: On the Meaning of Urbicide Today. Theory and Event,10(2), 1-39.

Monstadt, J. (2007). Urban Governance and the Transition of Energy Systems: Institutional Change and Shifting Energy and Climate Policies in Berlin. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 31 (2), 326-43.

Nash, C.J. and Bain, A.L. (2007). ‘Reclaiming raunch’?: spatializing queer identities at a Toronto women’s bathhouse event. Social and Cultural Geography, 8(1),  47-62.

Nash, C.J. and Bain, A.L. (2007). Pussies declawed:  unpacking the politics of a queer women’s bathhouse raid. In K. Browne, J. Lim, and G. Brown (Eds.) Geographies of Sexualities:  Theory, Practice, and Politics. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Newig, J., Voß, J-P. & Monstadt, J. (2007). Editorial: Governance for Sustainable Development in the Face of Ambivalence, Uncertainty and Distributed Power: an Introduction. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 9 (3&4), 185-192.

Schwartz, H. (2007). How Ontario and Ontario Cities Are Coping with the Cost of Energy. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 2, 359-372

Solomon, R. P. & Sekayi, N. D. R. (Eds.). (2007). Urban Teacher Education and Teaching: Innovative Practices for Diversity and Social Justice. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Teixeira, C., Lo, L. & Truelove, M. (2007). Ethnic entrepreneurship, institutional discrimination and related policy issues: a case study in Toronto. Environment and Planning C, 25, 176-193.

Voß, J-P., Newig, J., Kastens, B., Monstadt, J. & Nölting, B. (2007). Steering for Sustainable Development: a Typology of Problems and Strategies with respect to Ambivalence, Uncertainty and Distributed Power. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 9 (3&4), 193-212.

Wang, L. & Lo, L. (2007). Global connectivity, local consumption, and Chinese immigrant experience. GeoJournal, 68, 183-194.

Wang, S. & Lo, L. What does it take to achieve full integration? Economic (Under)Performance of Chinese Immigrants in Canada. In V. Agnew (Ed.) Interrogating Race and Racism. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Wekerle, G.R., Sandberg, L.A., Gilbert, L. and Binstock, M. (2007). Nature as the Cornerstone Of Growth: Regional and Ecosystems Planning in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Canadian Journal Of Urban Research, Canadian Planning and Policy issue,16 (1), supplement, 20-38.

2006 Publications

Bain, A.L. and Nash, C.J. (2006). Undressing the researcher: feminism, embodiment and sexuality at a queer bathhouse event. Area, 38(1), 99-106.

Bain, A.L. (2006). Resisting the creation of forgotten places: artistic production in Toronto neighbourhoods. The Canadian Geographer, 50(4), 417-431.

Bourdreau, J-A., Hamel, P., Jouve, B. & Keil, R. (2006). Comparing metropolitan governance: The cases of Montreal and Toronto. Progress in Planning, 66 (Part 1), 7-59

Keil, R. & Ali, H. (2006). Multiculturalism, Racism and Infectious Disease in the Global City: The experience of the 2003 SARs Outbreak in Toronto. Topia, 16 (Fall), 23-49.

Keil, R. & Lehrer, U. (2006). Parameters of New Urbanism: Building Governance in Berlin and New York. In G. H. Lenz, F. Ulfers & A. Dallmann (Eds.) Toward a New Metropolitanism: Reconstituting Public Culture, Urban Citizenship, and the Multicultural Imaginary in New York and Berlin.

Kipfer, S., and Goonewardena, K. (2006). Postcolonial Urbicide: New Imperialism, Global Cities, and the Damned of the Earth. New Formations,59 (Special Issue: After Iraq: Reframing Postcolonial Studies).

Lo, L. (2006). Changing geography of Toronto’s Chinese ethnic economy. In D. Kaplan and W. Li (Eds.). The Landscapes of Ethnic Economy. Rowman and Littlefield.

Lo, L. (2006). Suburban Housing and Indoor Shopping: The Production of  the Contemporary Chinese Landscape in Toronto. In W. Li (Ed.). Suburban Asian Immigrant Communities: from Urban Enclaves to Ethnoburbs. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Lo, L., Wang, L. and Li, W. (2006). Consuming Wal-Mart: A Case study of Shenzhen, China. In S. Brunn (Ed.) Wal-Mart’s World. London and New York: Routledge.

Wekerle, G.R., Desfor, G., Keil, R. and Kipfer, S. (2006). From Surf to Turf:  No Limits to Growth in Toronto? Studies in Political Economy, 77, 131-55.

2005 Publications

Bain, A.L. (2005). Constructing an artistic identity. Work, Employment, and Society, 19(1), 25-46.

Brenner, N. & Keil, R. (2005). The Global Cities Reader. Routledge

Desfor, G., Keil, R., Kipfer, S. and Wekerle, G.R. (2005). From Surf toTurf:  No Limits to Growth in Toronto? Studies in Political Economy, 77 (Spring), 131-156.

Gilbert, L., Wekerle, G.R. and Sandberg, L.A. (2005). Local Responses to Development Pressures: Conflictual Politics of Sprawl and Environmental Conservation. Cahiers de Geographie du Quebec, 49 (138), 377-92.

Kipfer, S., and Goonewardena, K. (2005). Spaces of Difference: Reflections from Toronto on Multiculturalism, Bourgeois Urbanism and the Possibility of Radical Urban Politics. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 29(3).

Wekerle, G.R. and Jackson, P.S.B. (2005). Urbanizing the Security Agenda: Anti-Terrorism, Urban Sprawl and Social Movements. City, 9 (1), 34-49.

Wekerle, G.R. (2005). Domesticating the Neoliberal City: Invisible Genders and the Politics of Place. In W. Harcourt and A. Escobar (Eds.). Women and the Politics of Place. Bloomfield CT: Kumarian Press.

Wekerle, G.R. (2005). Gender and the City: Urban restructuring, Social  Exclusion and Gender Claims. In H. Hiller (Ed.) Urban Canada.Toronto: Oxford University Press.

Older Publications

Desfor, G. & Keil, R. (2004). Nature and the City. University of Arizona Press.

Flusty, S. (2003). De-Coca-Colonization: Making the Globe from the Inside Out. Routledge.

Massam, B. (2002). Quality of Life: Public Planning and Private Living. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

Norcliffe, G. (2001). The Ride to Modernity: The Bicycle in Canada 1868-1900. University of Toronto Press.