C2: North American Research Cluster- Dissemination

Conference Presentations

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

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

Gilbert, L. (2013) “Global Suburbanism or Subaltern Urbanism. A Suburban Revolution?” Presented at conference, A Suburban Revolution, Sept. 26-28, York University, Toronto, ON.

Miller, B. (2013) “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.” Presented at conference, A Suburban Revolution, Sept. 26-28, York University, Toronto, ON.

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

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

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

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

Keil, Roger, Siemiatycki, Elliot, Peck, Jamie, Wyly, Elvin, Knox, Paul, Walker, Richard, & Nijman, Jan. (2012). Panel: North American Suburbanisms. February 24, 2012. Organized & chaired by Jan Nijman. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, February 24-28 2012. New York City, New York.

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

Keil, Roger. (2012). “Los Angeles: From classic suburbia to the inverted city.” Talk given at the Annual Research Day, Department of Geography, York University, February 10, 2012.

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

Roberts, J, & Harris, R. (2012). “Media representations of suburbs in Toronto from 1990-2012.”  Presented at the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ontario Divisions, Annual Meeting. Oct. 12-13, 2012. University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. Toronto, ON.

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

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

Peck, Jamie & Wyly, Elvin Elliott Siemiatycki (2012).”Vancouver’s suburban involution”. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, February 24-28 2012. New York City, New York.

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

Wilson, David. (2011).  Deploying the Discursive Suburbia. Paper presented at the Research Committee  21, July 7-9 2012 Amsterdam, Netherlands.