Awards and Research

Department of Geography

Awards and Research

Boggs, J.S. (2012). "Book publishing: Dying one Chapter(s) at a time?" In I. Wagman & P. Urquhart (Eds.) Cultural - Making sense of Canadian media in a digital age. (pp. 94-109). Toronto: Lorimer.

Boggs, J.S., and Dagesse, D.F. 'The Schmidt Hammer

Boggs, J.S. 2010. An overview of Canada's contemporary book trade in light of (nearly) four decades of policy interventions. Publishing Research Quarterly 26(1), 24-45 

Boggs, J.S. 2009 Cultural industries and the creative economy: vague but useful concepts. Geography Compass 3(4), 1483–1498

Boggs, J.S. (2005). The geographical sources of competitive advantage and specialization in the book trade of Frankfurt-am-Main and Berlin. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, J. Agnew & A. J. Scott (Co-Chairs), University of California, Los Angeles.

Zavitz K. & Butz D. 2011. Not that alternative: Short-term volunteer tourism at an organic farming project in Costa Rica. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(3): 412-441.

Butz, D. & Cook N. 2011. Accessibility interrupted: The Shimshal road, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The Canadian Geographer 55(3): 354-64.

Cook N. & Butz D. 2011. Narratives of accessibility and social change in Shimshal, northern Pakistan. Mountain Research and Development 31(1): 27-34.

Butz, D. 2010. Introduction: Places post-colonialism forgot (and how to find them). ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10(1): 42-47.

Butz, D. 2010. Autoethnography as sensibility. In The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Geography. Eds. D. DeLyser, S. Aitken, S. Herbert, M. Crang & L. McDowell. London: Sage (pp. 138-155).

Bauder, H., Belina B. Butz, D., Gedalof, Z., Lagendijk, A., Mudu, P., Paasi, A., Schuurman, N., and Wilson, D. 2010. Critical practice of grant application and administration: An intervention. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9(1), 102-112.

Butz, D. and K. Besio. 2009. Autoethnography. Geography Compass 3(5), 1660-1674.

Butz, D. 2008. Sidelined by the Guidelines: Reflections on the limitations of standard informed consent procedures for the conduct of ethical research. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 7(2), 100-121. 

Dagleish, M.P., Ali, Q., Powell, R.K., Butz, D., & Woodford, M.H. 2007. Fatal Sarcoptes scabiei infection of blue sheep (Pseudois nayaur) in Pakistan. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43(3), 512-517.

Butz, D. 2006. Tourism and portering labour relations in Shimshal, Gojal Hunza. In H. Kreutzmann (ed.), Karakoram in Transition - The Hunza Valley (pp. 394-403). Oxford: Oxford and Karachi.

Dagesse, D.F. 2013 'Freezing Cycle Effects on Water Stability of Soil Aggregates'  Canadian Journal of Soil Science for the Special Issue, “Freeze-Thaw Processes & Frozen Soils” V. 93, 1-11 doi: 10.4141/cjss2012-046

Dagesse, D.F. 2010. Freezing-induced bulk soil volume changes. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 90 (3), 389-401.

Dagesse, D.F. 2010. Freezing induced bulk volume changes in compacted clay soils. In, Proceedings of the 63rd Canadian Geotechnical Conference and 6th Canadian Permafrost Conference. (Calgary: The Canadian Geotechnical Society) 142-150. 

Fullerton, C. Under Review. "Arts, Culture, and Rural Community Economic Development: A Southern Saskatchewan Case Study." In Place Peripheral: The Challenge and Promise of Place-Based Development in Rural and Remote Regions, K. Vodden, R. Gibson, and G. Baldacchino, eds. St. John's, NL: ISER Books.

Fullerton, C. Forthcoming. "The growing place of wine in the economic development of the Niagara Region." In The World of Niagara Wine, M. Ripmeester, P. G. Mackintosh, and C. Fullerton, eds. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Fullerton, C. 2010. Exploring the potential contributions of community economic development to rural revitalization. In, Sustainable Rural Community Change: Geographical Perspectives from North America, the British Isles, and Australia, D. Winchell, D. Ramsey, R. Koster and G. Robinson (eds.) (Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute) 434-454.

Fullerton, C. and Brander, J. 2010. Coping with population decline on the rural-urban fringe: perspectives of planning and economic development practitioners. In, The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy. K. Beesley (ed.) (Brandon, MB: Rural Development Institute) 55-63.

Fullerton, C. 2007. Maintaining and expanding public transit ridership: Findings and research implications of an Ottawa commuter survey. North American transportation networks – Gaps and opportunities: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (pp. 118-132). Saskatoon, SK: Canadian Transportation Research Forum.

Fullerton, C., K. Hemsworth, A. Ward, and K. Gold. (2007). Exploring the impacts of an unlimited access program: A case study of Brock University. North American transportation networks – Gaps and opportunities: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum (pp. 621-635). Saskatoon, SK: Canadian Transportation Research Forum.

Fullerton, C. 2005. A changing of the guard: Regional planning in Ottawa, 1945-1974. Urban History Review 34(1), 100-112.

Gayler, H.J. 2010. Ontario's Greenbelt and Places to Grow Legislation and the Future for the Countryside and the Rural Economy. In, The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in Global Economies. Halseth, G., Markey, S. and Bruce, D. (eds.) (Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing) 75-88. 

Gayler, H.J. 2010. Niagara's emerging wine culture. In, Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture. Nicks, J. and Grant, B. (eds.) (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press) 195-212. 

Gayler, H.J. 2010. Agricultural Land Preservation and the Contested Countryside in Niagara, Canada. In, The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy. Beesley, K. (ed.) (Brandon: Brandon University Rural Development Institute) 312-326.

Gayler, H.J. 2005. Stemming the urban tide: Policy and attitudinal changes for saving the Canadian countryside. In, Rural Change and Sustainability: Agriculture, the Environment and Communities. A. Gilg, R. Yarwood, S. Essex, J. Smithers, & R. Wilson (eds.) (pp. 151-168). Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.

Marciniak, M., Brown, R., Reynolds, A., and Jollineau, M. (in progress). Use of GPS, GIS and remote sensing to understand the terroir of Niagara Penisula. Remote sensing applications in a Riesling vineyard. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin.

Letterhof, D., Brown, R., Reynolds, A., and Jollineau, M. (under review). Using remote sensing to understand vineyard variability: Pinot Noir in Niagara, Ontario. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin.

Jollineau, M., Wilson, H. and P. Howarth, 2008. Heterogeneity characteristics of an inland wetland environment through spatio-spectral analysis. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34 (3): 206-219.

Jollineau, M. and P. Howarth, 2008. Information extraction from hyperspectral data for inland wetland mapping. International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (12): 3609-3631.

Jollineau, M. 2008. A bird's eye view: Mapping and monitoring wetland ecosystems using remote sensing. In, Physical geography: Science and systems of the human environment (4th ed.). A. Strahler, & O.W. Archibold (eds.) (p. 456). Canada: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Leahy, M., Jollineau, M., Howarth, P., & Gillespie, A. 2005.  Development of change-detection methods for monitoring the impacts of climate change on wetlands at Long Point, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 31(3), 240-254.

Michael Ripmeester, Phillip Gordon Mackintosh, and Christopher Fullerton, eds. (in press) The World of Niagara Wine, Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press. <>

Phillip Gordon Mackintosh (in press). The Niagara Wine Festival's Grande Parade: The Public Geography of a 'Grape and Wine' Controversy, in Michael Ripmeester, Phillip Gordon Mackintosh and Christopher Fullerton, eds., The World of Niagara Wine, Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Phillip Gordon Mackintosh and Clyde R. Forsberg, Jr. (2013)  ‘Co-agent of the millennium’: City planning and Christian eschatology in North American City, 1890-1920, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103, 3, pp. 727-747.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2011. The ‘occult relation between man and the vegetable’: transcendentalism, immigrants, and park planning in Toronto, circa 1900. In, Rethinking the Great White North: Race, Nature and the Historical Geographies of Whiteness in Canada. Andrew Baldwin, Laura Cameron, and Audrey Kobayashi (eds.). Vancouver, UBC Press, pp. 85-106.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2010. Polite athletics, bourgeois gaieties and the decorous use of public space in fin de siécle Niagara-on-the-Lake. In, Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture, Barry K. Grant and Joan Nicks, (Eds). Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 3-24. 

Mackintosh, P.G. and Anderson, R. 2009. The Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund: transcendental rescue in a modern city, 1900-1915. The Geographical Review 99(4), 539–562. 

Mackintosh, P.G. and Forsberg, C.R. 2009. Performing the lodge: Masonry, masculinity, and nineteenth-century North American moral geography. Journal of Historical Geography 35, 451–47. 

Mackintosh, P.G. & Norcliffe, G. 2007. Women and men and the bicycle: Gender and the geography of cycling in the late nineteenth century. In, Cycling and Society. D. Horton, P. Rosen, & P. Cox (eds.) (pp. 153-177) Aldershot: Ashgate.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2007. The fin de siécle bicycle gymkhana in Ontario, Canada. In Cycle history: Proceedings: 17th International Cycle History Conferences, Toronto, Canada, 6-7 July, 2006. G. Norcliffe & R. van der Plas (eds.), (pp. 50-58). San Francisco: van der Plas Publications.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2007. A bourgeois geography of domestic cycling: The responsible use of public space in Toronto and Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1890-1900. Journal of Historical Sociology 20(1/2), 128-157.

Mackintosh, P.G. & Norcliffe, G. 2006. Flâneurie on bicycles: Acquiescence to women in public in the 1890s. The Canadian Geographer 50(1), 17-37.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. Asphalt modernism on the streets of Toronto, 1890-1900. Material History Review 62, 20-34.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. ’The development of higher urban life’ and the geographic imagination: Beauty, art, and moral environmentalism in Toronto, 1900-1920. Journal of Historical Geography 31(4), 688-722.

Mackintosh, P.G. 2005. Scrutiny in the modern city: The domestic public and the Toronto Local Council of Women at the turn of the twentieth-century. Gender, Place, and Culture 12(1) 29-48. 

Nash, C.J. 2013 ‘Queering neighbourhoods: Politics and practice in Toronto' Acme 12 (2).

Nash, C.J. 2012, in press. ‘The age of the “post-mo”? Toronto’s gay village and a new generation’ Geoforum.

Nash, C.J. 2011. Transecting the traditional gay ghetto: Trans experiences in lesbian and queer space. Canadian Geographer 56(1), 192-207.

Nash, C.J. 2010. Material entanglements: queer geographies and trans experiences Trans Geographies. Gender, Place and Culture 17(5), 579-595.

Browne, K. & C.J. Nash (eds.). 2010. Queer methods and methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research. Ashgate Publishing: London.

Nash, C.J. 2010. Gendered and sexed geographies of/in a graduate classroom. Documents d'Anàlisi Geográfia 56(2), 287-304. 

Nash, C.J. 2010. Queer conversations: Old-time lesbians, transmen and the politics of research. In, K. Browne and C.J. Nash (eds.), Queer Methods and Methodologies: Intersecting Queer Theories and Social Science Research London: Ashgate.  

Nash, C.J. 2009. Patriarchy. International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography, R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds.) Elsevier Press. 

Browne, K. & C.J. Nash. 2008. Lesbian geographies. In,  International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography,R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds.) Elsevier Press.

Nash, C. J. & Bain, A. 2007. ‘Reclaiming raunch’: Spatializing queer identities at Toronto women’s bathhouse events. Social and Cultural Geography 8(1), 16-42.

Nash, C.J. & Bain, A. 2007. Pussies declawed: Unpacking the politics of a queer women’s bathhouse raid. In, Geographies of sexualities: Theory, practices and politics. K. Browne, J. Lim & Gavin Brown (eds.). Ashgate Publishing: London. 

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

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

Nash, C.J. 2006. Toronto’s gay village (1969 to 1982): Plotting the politics of gay identity. The Canadian Geographer 50(1), 1-16.

Nash, C.J. 2005. Gay politics and ethnic minorities: The struggle for gay identity in Toronto in the late 1970s. Gender, Place and Culture 12(1), 113-135. 

Courtey  Mustaphi, C.J. and Pisaric, M.F.J. 2013. 'Evidence for multicentennial scale climatic control of regional forest fire activity in southeastern British Columbia, Canada' Journal of Biogeography DOI:10.1111/jbi.12143

Deison, R. Smol, J.P. Kokelj, S.V. Pisaric, M.F.J. Kimpe, L.E. Poulain, A.J. Sanei, H. Thienpont, J.R. and Blais, J.M. 2012. Spatial and temporal assessment of mercury and organic matter in lakes affected by thawing permafrost in the Mackenzie Delta uplands, NT, Canada Environmental Science & Technology 46(16): 8748–8755.

Porter, T.J. Pisaric, M.F.J. Field, R. Kokelj, S.V. Edwards, T.W.D. deMONTIGNY, P. Healey, R. and LaGrande, A. 2013 'April-July minimum temperatures since AD 1780 recontructed from stable oxygen isotope ratios in white spruce tree-rings from the Mackenzie Delta, northwestern Canada' Climate Dynamics doi:10.1007/s00382-013-1674-3

Vermaire, J.C. Pisaric, M.F.J. Thienpont, J.R. Courtney Mustaphi, C.J. Kokelj, S.V. and Smol, J.P. 2013 'Arctic climate warming and sea ice declines lead to increased storm surge activity' Geophysical Research Letters DOI: 10.1002/grl.50191

Thienpont, J.R., Rühland, K.M., Pisaric, M.F.J., Kokelj, S.V., Kimpe, L., Blais, J.M. and Smol, J.P. (2012). Biological responses to permafrost thaw slumping in lakes of the Mackenzie Delta uplands (Northwest Territories, Canada). Freshwater Biology. doi:10.1111/fwb.12061

Deison, R. Smol, J.P., Kokelj, S.V., Pisaric, M.F.J., Kimpe, L.E., Poulain, A.J., Sanei, H., Thienpont, J.R., and Blais, J.M. (2012). Spatial and temporal assessment of mercury and organic matter in lakes affected by thawing permafrost in the Mackenzie Delta uplands, NT, Canada. Environmental Science & Technology. 46(16): 8748–8755.

Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Solomon, S., Pisaric, M.F.J., Keith, D., Morse, P., Thienpont, J.R., Smol, J.P., and Esagok, D. (2012). Utilizing multiple sources of knowledge to investigate northern environmental change: Regional ecological impacts of a storm surge in the outer Mackenzie Delta, N.W.T. Arctic. 65(3): 257-272.

Pisaric, M.F.J., Thienpont, J., Kokelj, S.V., Nesbitt, H., Lantz, T., Solomon, S., and Smol, J.P. (2011). Impacts of a recent storm surge on an Arctic ecosystem examined within a millennial timescale. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108(22): 8960-8965. doi:10.1073/pnas.1018527108.

Porter, T.J., and Pisaric, M.F.J. (2011). Temperature-growth divergence in white spruce forests of northwestern North America began in the late-19th century. Global Change Biology. 17, 3418–3430, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02507.x

Johnstone, J.F., McIntire, E., Pedersen, E., King, G. and Pisaric, M.F.J. (2010). A sensitive slope: Estimating landscape patterns of forest resilience in a changing climate. Ecosphere 1(6): art 14.

Pisaric, M.F.J., St-Onge, S.M. and Kokelj, S.V. (2009). Tree-ring reconstruction of early-growing season precipitation from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research. 41(4): 486-496.
Ripmeester, M., P. Mackintosh, and C. Fullerton (eds.) (submitted) An Introduction to Niagara Wines, Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press.
Ripmeester, M. 2011. Obliterating intangibles: deindustrialization, the creative economy and the erasure of blue collar identity in St. Catharines, ON. Sharing Cultures 2011, S. S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro (eds.) Greenlines Institute, Barcelos, Portugal. 541-551.
Ripmeester, M. 2010. Missing memories, missing spaces: the Missing Plaques Project and Toronto's public past. City, Culture and Society 1(4) 185-191.
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2010. New wine into old narratives: constructing wine as intangible heritage in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, Constructing Intangible Heritage, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.) (Barcelos, Portugal: Greenlines Institute). 
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2010. Sustaining Identity: Heritage Development and Identity Construction in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, HERITAGE 2010, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.)(Barcelos, Portugal: Greenlines Institute).
Johnston R. & Ripmeester, M. 2010. That big statue of whoever: memory, landscape, and identity in the Niagara region. In, Placing Memory / Remembering Place, J. Opp and J. Walsh (eds.) (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press). 
Johnston R. & Ripeester, M. 2010. A Promise Set in Stone: St. Catharines honours a Common Soldier. In, Niagara in Pieces, Barry Grant and Joan Nicks (eds.) (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press) 25-43.
Johnston R. & Ripeester, M. 2009. Awake anon the tales of valour: The career of an urban war memorial. The Canadian Geographer 53(4), 404-426. 
Ripmeester, M. 2009. The Lawn. Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, R.  Hutchinson (ed.) (Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications).  
Ripmeester, M. & Johnston, R. 2009. Wine as intangible heritage: preliminary thoughts on meaning and landscape in the Niagara Region, Canada. In, Sharing Cultures 2009, S. Lira, R. Amoeda, C. Pinheiro, and F. Olivera (eds.) (Greenlines Institute: Barcelos, Portugal), 585-593.
Johnston, R. & Ripmeester, M. 2007. A monument’s work is never done: The Watson monument, memory, and forgetting in a small Canadian city. International Journal of Heritage Studies 13(2), 117-135.
Cyr, D. & Shaw, A.B. 2010. Impact of Global Warming on Ontario's Ice Wine Industry. In, Proceedings of the VIII International Terroir Congress (Soave, Italy, June 14-18) pp.3-9. 
Cyr, D., Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2010.Climate Change and the Potential Use of WeatherDerivatives to Hedge Vineyard Harvest Rainfall Risk in the Niagara Region.Journal of Wine Research21, 207-227. 
Shaw, A.B. 2008 A Comparative Analysis of regions worldwide with Pinot Noir. In, Proceedings of the VII International Terroir Congress (Nyon: Switzerland), 142-148. 
Cyr, D. Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2008 Hedging Adverse Bioclimatic Conditions Employing a Short Condor Position. American Association of Wine Economics 3(2), 1-23. 
Cyr, D., Kusy, M. & Shaw, A.B. 2008. The Potential Use of Weather Derivatives in the Viticulture Industry. Economia & Diritto Agroalimentare 13(3), 67-81. 
Shaw, A.B. 2005. Delimiting sub-appellations within the Niagara Peninsula viticultural area. Toronto: Report prepared to Vintners Quality Alliance Ontario.
Vaudour, E. & Shaw, A.B. 2005. A review of a worldwide perspective on viticultural zoning. South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 26(2), 106-115.
Shaw, A.B. 2005. The Niagara Peninsula viticultural area: A climatic analysis of Canada’s largest wine region. Journal of Wine Reseach, 13(2), 143-164. 
Shaw, A.B. 2005. Determining sub-appellations in Ontario wine regions. In, Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Viticultural Zoning, (pp. 27-34). Cape Town, South Africa, November 14-19, 2004. 
Simandan, D. 2014 Omitted variables in the geographical treatment of well-being and happiness Geography Journal, open source, vol. 2014, 1-5.
Simandan, D. 2013b. Learning wisdom through geographical dislocations The Professional Geographer 65(3), pp. 390-395.
Simandan, D. 2013a. Introduction: Learning as a geographical process The Professional Geographer 65(3), pp. 363-368.
Simandan, D. 2012c. The logical status of applied geographical reasoning The Geographical Journal [RGS-IBG] 178(1), pp. 9-12.
Simandan, D. 2012b. Options for moving beyond the canonical model of regional path-dependence International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36(1), pp. 172-178.
Simandan, D. 2012a. Rethinking the conceptual foundations of evolutionary economic geography: introduction to a debate International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 36(1), pp. 156-157.
Simandan, D. 2011. The wise stance in human geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36(2), 188-192.
Simandan, D. 2011. Is engaged pluralism the best way ahead for economic geography? Commentary on Barnes & Sheppard (2009). Progress in Human Geography 35(4), 568-572. 
Simandan, D. 2011. Kinds of environments: a framework for reflecting on the possible contours of a better world. The Canadian Geographer 55(3), 383-386. 
Simandan, D. 2011. Making sense of place through multiple memory systems. New Zealand Geographer 67(1), 21-24.
Simandan, D. 2011. On time, place, and happiness. New Zealand Geographer 67(1), 6-15. 
Simandan, D. 2011. Error, quality, and applied geography: an editorial on process. Applied Geography 31(2), 780-783.
Calvert, K. and Simandan, D. 2010b Energy, space, and society: a reassessment of the changing landscape of energy production, distribution, and use Journal of Economics and Business Research XVI(1), pp. 13-37.
Simandan, D. 2010. On how much one can take: relocating exploitation and exclusion within the broader framework of allostatic load theory. Health & Place 16(6), 1291-1293. 
Simandan, D. 2010. Cognitive microfoundations for the economics of nonrival goods. Economic Analysis 43(3-4), 87-96. 
Simandan, D. 2010. Beware of Contingency. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28(3), 388-396.
Simandan, D. 2010. Roads to perdition in the knowledge-economy. Environment and Planning A 42(7), 1519-1520.
Simandan, D. 2010. The causes and consequences of egalitarian sentiments and policies. Outline of a political ecology of place. In, Science, Economy, Society. In memoriam Dimitrie Camenita, Aslau T & Matei S (eds.),  Arad, ‘Aurel Vlaicu’ University Press, 135-164.

Ustundag, E. 2008. Act 8: The Romani. In, Theorizing Acts of Citizenship, E. Isin and G. Nielsen (eds.) (London: Zed Books) 215-216.

Ustundag, E. 2007. Topographies of surveillance. Istanbul. May, 78-81. [In Turkish]
Ustundag, E. 2005. Theorizing Turkish urban studies with 'Rights to the City. In, Rights to the city, D. Wastl-Walter, L. Staeheli & L. Dowler (eds.),(pp. 55-63). Roma: Societa Geographica Italiana.
Preston, V. and Ustundag, E. 2005. Feminist geographies of the ‘city’: Multiple voices and multiple meanings. In, Companion to feminist geography, Nelson, L. &  Seager, J. (eds.), (pp: 211-227). Malden: Blackwell Publications. 


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