Publications

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perspectives on global interrelations
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Short Title People Involved Related Fields
GIS-supported collaborative decision making (2001) Timothy Nyerges Geographic Information Systems
Geography, ecology and emerging infectious diseases. (2000) Jonathan Mayer Health, Disease
The potential of migrants' stories (2000) Victoria Lawson Migration, Economics, Social Stratification/Inequality
Food networks as social relations (2000) Lucy Jarosz Sustainability, Consumption, Food
For Ethnography (2000) Steve Herbert Culture, Race and Ethnicity
Placing Interviews (2000) Sarah Elwood Research Methods
Professional Geography and the Corporatization of the University (2000) Matthew Sparke Critical Theory, Education, Neoliberalism, Public Scholarship, Radical Pedagogy
Chunnel Visions (2000) Matthew Sparke Cities, Class, Critical Theory, Global, Ideology, Neoliberalism, Transnational
Excavating the future in Cascadia (2000) Matthew Sparke Critical Theory, Environment, Global, History, Ideology, Politics, Transnational
Placing the Migrant (1999) Victoria Lawson Migration
Processes and changes in the hukou system in China (1999) Kam Wing Chan Migration, Population
Canada, cartography, and the narration of nation (1998) Matthew Sparke Mapping, Nationalism
From Geopolitics to Geoeconomics (1998) Matthew Sparke Global, Neoliberalism, Politics, Transnational
Outsides Inside Patriotism (1998) Matthew Sparke Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology, Nationalism, Politics, Popular Culture
Mapped Bodies and Disembodied Maps (1998) Matthew Sparke Area Studies, Critical Theory, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Geovisualization, History, Indigenous
Spatial group choice for collaborative spatial decision making (1997) Timothy Nyerges Research Methods
Diasporas and the Hype of Hybridity (1997) Katharyne Mitchell Economics
Transnational Discourse: Bringing Back Geography (1997) Katharyne Mitchell Transnational, Economics
Domestic Distinctions: Constructing Difference among Paid Domestic Workers in Toronto (1997) Kim England Cities, Citizenship, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Immigration, Justice, Labor, Law, Politics, Race and Ethnicity, Transnational
Geography and Transnational Discourse (1997) Katharyne Mitchell Class, Critical Theory, Ideology, Nationalism, Transnational
Medical geography focus on political ecology of disease (1996) Jonathan Mayer Disease, Health
Two-Class Urban Society in Post-Mao China (1996) Kam Wing Chan Population, Urban Studies, Social Stratification/Inequality
Negotiating National Action (1996) Matthew Sparke Area Studies, Economics, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Nationalism, Neoliberalism, Politics
Displacing the Field in Fieldwork (1996) Matthew Sparke Feminism and Feminist Theory, Geovisualization, Research Methods
Who Will Mind the Baby? Geographies of Child-Care and Working Mothers (1996) Kim England Critical Theory, Economics, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Labor, Politics

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