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- Report Co-Written by Presidential Dissertation Fellow Lee Fiorio Featured in "The Stand" (October 16, 2019)
- Ph.D. Candidate Caitlin Alcorn Wins AAG's Geographic Perspectives on Women Award for Dissertation Proposal (June 11, 2019)
- Jason W. Moore — The Rise and Fall of Cheap Nature: A Short History (January 12, 2016)
- China: The Largest Migration in Human History (February 28, 2012)
Events about "Labor"
- Thompson, S. (2023). Caring in Crises: Spatializing Infrastructures of Care Through Tenant Protections [Dissertation]. University of Washington.
- Alcorn, Caitlin (2020) "Essential for Whom? Paid Domestic Work during the COVID-19 Pandemic." Society for the Anthropology of Work. https://doi.org/10.21428/1d6be30e.52d1fd78
- McElroy, E. “Data, dispossession, and Facebook: techno-imperialism and toponymy in gentrifying San Francisco.” Urban Geography 40, no. 6 (2019): 826–45.
- Kim England and Caitlin Alcorn (2018) "Growing care gaps, shrinking state? Home care workers and the Fair Labor Standards Act" Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society, 11(3):443-457
- Karin Schwiter, Kendra Strauss and Kim England (2018) “At home with the boss: Live-in elder care workers in Austria, Canada, Switzerland and the UK,” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers,43(3): 462-476
- Kim England (2018) “Women in the Office: Clerical Work, Modernity and Workplaces” in Alexandra Staub (ed.) Routledge Companion to Modernity, Space and Modernity, Space and Gender, Routledge: New York, pp. 86-99.
- Bergmann, L. and D. O'Sullivan. "Reimagining GIScience for relational spaces." The Canadian Geographer.
- Kim England (2017) "Home, Domestic Work and the State: The Spatial Politics of Domestic Workers Activism," Critical Social Policy, 37(3): 367-385.
- Sparke, Matthew, 2013, Introducing Globalization: Ties, Tensions and Uneven Integration, Oxford: Blackwell.
- MacFarlane, K. 2016. A thousand CEOs: Relational thought, processual space, and deleuzian ontology in human geography and strategic management. Progress in Human Geography. advance online publication.
- Porter, J., & Oliver, R. (2016). Rethinking Lactation Space: Working Mothers, Working Bodies, and the Politics of Inclusion. Space and Culture, 19(1), 80–93. http://doi.org/10.1177/1206331215596488
- Porter, J., & Oliver, R. (2016). Rethinking Lactation Space: Working Mothers, Working Bodies, and the Politics of Inclusion. Space and Culture, 19(1), 80–93.
- Kim England (2015) “Nurses across Borders: Global Migration of Registered Nurses to the US” Gender Place and Culture, 22(1): 143-156
- Kim England and Isabel Dyck (2011) “Managing the Body Work of Home Care” Sociology of Health and Illness, 33 (2): 206-219
- Clark, William AV, and Suzanne Davies Withers. "Fertility, mobility and labour‐force participation: A study of synchronicity." Population, Space and Place 15, no. 4 (2009): 305-321.
- Kim England and Kate Boyer (2009) “Women’s Work: The Feminization and Shifting Meanings of Clerical Work” Journal of Social History, 43(2): 307-340
- Agneszka Marta Kowacz, GEOG honors paper on the labor market & Everett
- Mitchell, K., Marston, S., and Katz, C. 2004. Life’s Work: Geographies of Social Reproduction editors, Oxford: Blackwell Publications.
- Clark, William AV, Youqin Huang, and Suzanne Withers. "Does commuting distance matter?: Commuting tolerance and residential change." Regional Science and Urban Economics 33, no. 2 (2003): 199-221.
- Kim England (2003) “Disabilities, Gender and Employment: Social Exclusion, Employment Equity and Canadian Banking” The Canadian Geographer, 47(4): 429-450
- Carolina Katz, MA, Remapping Rights and Responsibilities: A Legal Geography of the 1996 Welfare and Immigration Reforms
- Bernadette Stiell and Kim England (1997) “Domestic Distinctions: Constructing Difference among Paid Domestic Workers in Toronto,” Gender, Place, and Culture, 4(3): 339-359
- Kim England (1996) Who Will Mind the Baby? Geographies of Child-Care and Working Mothers, Routledge: London and New York.
- Chan, Kam Wing, 1994. Cities with Invisible Walls: Reinterpreting Urbanization in Post-1949 China, Oxford University Press, 194 pp. (ISBN 0-19-585764-X)
- Chan, Kam Wing, 1994. Cities with Invisible Walls: Reinterpreting Urbanization in Post-1949 China, OxfordUniversity Press, 194 pp. (ISBN 0-19-585764-X)
- Migration and the Spaces of Sanctuary
- Migration and the Spaces of Sanctuary
- Rod Palmquist, MA, Global Health Workers and the Economic Geography of Brain Drain