News – 2022

May 5, 2022

Linda Peake Honoured with Dean’s Research Excellence Award

Linda Peake, Principal Investigator for GenUrb, was recently recognized for a York University Dean’s Research Excellence Award, under the Environmental and Urban Change Faculty. The award […]
April 6, 2022

Dr. Penn Ip Authors New Article on Shanghai’s Workers’ New Villages and Covid-19

Dr. Penn Ip (Shanghai CRT) recently published an article on the pandemic and Shanghai’s Workers’ New Villages in Sixth Tone. This article highlights the Shanghai CRT’s […]
March 10, 2022

Dr. Penn Ip Co-Authors New Book on Workers’ New Villages in Shanghai

Dr. Penn Tsz Ting Ip (Shanghai CRT), Dr. Zhang Yu and Dr. Liu Xi co-authored The Ordinary Women: Qualitative Research on Workers’ New Villages in Shanghai […]
March 9, 2022

Job Posting – Feminist Comparative Urban Research Associate

Click here to view the following as PDF. Purpose: The Research Associate position is funded through the SSHRC Partnership Project Urbanization, Gender, and the Global South: […]
March 2, 2022

Dr. Araby Smyth Awarded a 2022 AAG Economic Geography Specialty Group Student Prize

Dr. Araby Smyth, a Post-Doctoral Visitor with GenUrb, recently received an honourable mention for Best Dissertation under the 2022 AAG Economic Geography Specialty Group Student Awards. […]
February 19, 2022

GenUrb Team Presents on Knowledge Production Techniques at the 2022 AAG Annual Meeting (virtual)

A team from GenUrb, led by PI.I Linda Peake and Dr. Aninditta Datta, will present on GenUrb’s knowledge production methods at the virtual 2022 AAG Annual […]
February 19, 2022

GenUrb Team Presents on Feminist Comparative Urban Research at 2022 AAG Annual Meeting (virtual)

A team from GenUrb, led by P.I. Linda Peake, will present on feminist comparative urban research at the virtual 2022 AAG Annual Meeting, on 28th February, […]
February 19, 2022

Dr. Nasya Razavi Presents at CITY Institute’s 2021-22 Seminar Series

Dr. Nasya Razavi (Cochabamba CRT) explores research conducted by GenUrb concerning the “the impact of Covid-19 on gendered and racialized experiences of everyday urbanisms” at an […]