News – 2021

October 4, 2021

Call for papers for AAG 2022 NYC Annual Meeting (Virtual Paper Session)

Title: Affective geographies of care in the neoliberal city Abstract  Urban spaces around the world have been crucial sites for unfolding processes of neoliberalization (Theodore 2020). […]
September 30, 2021

CFP AAG February 2022, NYC (virtual and in-person)

COVID-19, Mental Health and Lessons from the Pandemic  Isolation, financial loss, debt, bereavement, uncertainty, lack of control, anxiety, stress. These are some of the emotions and […]
September 10, 2021

Statement of Solidarity with Afghanistan

We, the GenUrb network, stand in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan. For decades, international actors have enabled the systematic plundering of Afghanistan, violence against its […]
August 31, 2021

Three GenUrb Members Co-Edit New Book on Feminist Urban Theory

Linda Peake, Elsa Koleth and darren patrick have co-edited a new book published by Wiley, with Gökbörü Sarp Tanyildiz (Brock University) and Rajyashree N. Reddy (University […]
August 30, 2021

“Relatos en voz alta”, Cochabamba CRT latest storytelling KMb intiative

GenUrb’s Cochabamba City Research Team led by Dr. Nasya Razavi has launched its latest knowledge transfer initiative relatos en voz alta. Conducting research on Covid-19 in Cochabamba, […]
July 27, 2021

Online Research Workshop on Feminist Research to be held by Delhi CRT

The Delhi CRT, in collaboration with SSV College, Hapur (Department of Geography, and Research and Development Committee) will host an online research workshop on July 28, […]
June 20, 2021

Online Research Workshop held by Delhi CRT

The Dellhi CRT, together with the Institute of Eminence at the University of Delhi and the SSV College, Hapur, held an online research workshop titled Conducting […]
May 25, 2021

Dr. Nasya Razavi to Teach Urbanization, Gender and the Global South (SOSC 4606) course

Dr. Nasya Razavi, GenUrb’s post-doctoral researcher, will teach Urbanization, Gender and the Global South (SOSC 4606) during York University’s S2 term. Running between 28th June and […]
April 27, 2021

New Publication: Elsa Koleth and Cristina Temenos

Elsa Koleth and Cristina Temenos co-authored “Let them sing!” The paradoxes of gender mainstreaming in urban policy and urban scholarship, published in Urban Geography in March. […]