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Women’s Work: The Feminization and Shifting Meanings of Clerical Work (2009) Kim England Census, Cities, Culture, Economics, Feminism and Feminist Theory, History, Labor, Politics, Race and Ethnicity, Science and Technology
Unpacking economism (2009) Critical Theory, Economics, Global, Health, Neoliberalism, Population, Poverty
Biopolitics and citizenship (2009) Citizenship, Critical Theory, Immigration, Indigenous, Medicine, Neoliberalism, Transnational
“American Empire,” “borders,” “borderlands,” “boundary,” “flows,” “geopolitics,” “globalization,” “glocalization,” “nation,” “nationalism,” “nation-state,” “outsourcing,” “Pax Americana,” “terms of trade,” “trade,” and “World Trade Organization” (2009) Citizenship, Critical Theory, Education, Global, Ideology, Justice, Nationalism, Popular Culture
alternative food networks in Metropolitan areas (2008) Lucy Jarosz Sustainability, Urban Studies, Consumption, Food
Political Geographies of Globalization (2008) Global
Demographic Variation in Housing Cost Adjustments (2008) Suzanne Davies Withers Housing, Population
Interviews Location and Scale (2008) Sarah Elwood Research Methods
Is China abolishing the hukou system (2008) Kam Wing Chan Migration, Population
Practising Public Scholarship (2008) Critical Theory, Public Scholarship, Radical Pedagogy
Responsibilities of Geography (2007) Global
Geographies of care and responsibility (2007) Victoria Lawson Civic Engagement, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology
Exceptionalism in American electoral geography (2007) Michael Brown Area Studies, Civic Engagement, Community, Culture, Ideology
The "Battle of Seattle" (2007) Steve Herbert Justice, Social Movements, Urban Studies
“Everywhere but always somewhere: Critical geographies of the Global South" (2007) Area Studies, Critical Theory, Culture, Geovisualization, Global, History, Indigenous, Neoliberalism, Popular Culture
Neoliberalization: Networks, States, Peoples (2007) Kim England Critical Theory, Global, Neoliberalism, Politics
Economy, security and the biopolitics of citizenship (2006) Citizenship, Transnational, Economics
Analysis on racial residential segregation and birth outcomes (2006) Jonathan Mayer Health, Race and Ethnicity, Social Stratification/Inequality, Housing, Urban Studies
Housing costs and the geography of family migration (2006) Suzanne Davies Withers Housing, Migration, Feminism and Feminist Theory
GIS Interviews (2006) Sarah Elwood Geographic Information Systems, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Research Methods
Space and Crime in the Punitive Neoliberal City (2006) Steve Herbert Justice, Race and Ethnicity, Social Stratification/Inequality, Urban Studies
Globalization and Paul Farmer’s Reframing of Care (2006) Disease, Education, Global, Health, Medicine, Poverty, Race and Ethnicity, Radical Pedagogy
White Death (2005) Area Studies, Citizenship, Culture, Environment, Justice, Politics, Popular Culture, Public Scholarship, Race and Ethnicity
“The World Social Forum and the Lessons for Economic Geography,” (2005) Citizenship, Critical Theory, Economics, Global, Neoliberalism, Politics, Popular Culture, Public Scholarship, Transnational
Matthew Sparke, Passports into Credit Cards (2004) Citizenship, Class, Economics, Immigration, Neoliberalism, Politics, Transnational