C2: North American Research Cluster- Dissemination

Conference Presentations

Gilbert, L. (2014, January 30-31.) Suburbanism in Mexico City: Where Formality and Informality Blur. 6th International Meeting of RECIM - Red Continental de Investigación sobre la Informalidad en las Metrópolis. Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Cuajimalpa. Mexico City, Mexico.

Andrew, C., Franovic, A. & Xu, T. (2013, September 26-28). Public transit and the movement of new immigrant populations into suburban areas in Ottawa: What would equitable and inclusive public policy look like? A Suburban Revolution, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Gilbert, L. (2013, September 26-28). Global Suburbanism or Subaltern Urbanism. A Suburban Revolution? A Suburban Revolution, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Miller, B. (2013, September 26-28). A New Kind of Suburb? Interests, Contention and Comprise in the Planning of Calgary’s First Major Suburban Development Since the Passage of Calgary’s Sustainability-Focused Master Plan, Plan-It.  A Suburban Revolution, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Perrin, L. & Grant, J. (2013, July 15-19). Planning theory and practice: Perspectives on the effects of mixing housing types on social interaction in the suburbs. AESOP/ACSP Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Keil, Roger. (2013, February 24). Los Angeles: From classic suburbia to the inverted city. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York City, New York.

Grant, Jill L. & Scott, Daniel E. (2012, November). Complete communities, the Canadian dream and suburban aspirations. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Grant, Jill L., Craswell, Heidi, Gonzalez, T. & Perrin, Leah. (2012, May 3). Trends in the suburbs: recent research findings. Atlantic Planners Institute conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Keil, R., Siemiatycki, E., Peck, J., Wyly, E., Knox, P., Walker, R., & Nijman, J. (2012, February 24-28).  Panel: North American Suburbanisms. Annual Meeting of theAmerican Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Keil, R. (2012, February 24-28). Los Angeles: From classic suburbia to the inverted city.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Keil, R. (2012, February 10). Los Angeles: From classic suburbia to the inverted city. Annual Research Day, Department of Geography, York University, Toronto, Ontario.

Knox, P. (2012, February 24-28). Suburban social ecology: The new normal. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Roberts, J., & Harris, R. (2012, October 12-13). Media representations of suburbs in Toronto from 1990-2012. Canadian Association of Geographers, Ontario Divisions, Annual Meeting. University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, Toronto, Ontario.

Nijman, J. (2012, February 24-28). Miami’s suburbanization: To the Everglades and Back. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Miller, B. (2012, February 24-28). Hyper-consumption hegemony and fiscal brakes: the politics of sprawl in post-political Calgary. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Peck, J., Wyly, E., & Siemiatycki, E. (2012, February 24-28). Vancouver’s suburban involution. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Walker, R. (2012, February 24-28). Varieties of suburbia: The case of the San Francisco Bay area. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York City, New York.

Wilson, D. (2011, July 7-9).  Deploying the Discursive Suburbia. Research Committee  21, Amsterdam, Netherlands.