C2: North American Research Cluster- Dissemination

Publications and Other Dissemination

Gilbert, L., & De Jong, F. (2015). Entanglements of periphery and informality in Mexico City. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research39(3), 518-532.

Nijman, J. (2015). North American suburbia in flux. Environment and Planning A, 47(1), 3–9.

Walker R., & Schafran A. (2015). The strange case of the Bay Area. Environment and Planning A, 47(1) 10–29.

Harris R. (2015). Using Toronto to explore three suburban stereotypes, and vice versa. Environment and Planning A, 47(1), 30–49.

Wei F., & Knox P. L. (2015). Spatial transformation of metropolitan cities. Environment and Planning A. 47(1) 50–68.

Nijman J., & Clery T. (2015). Rethinking suburbia: a case study of metropolitan Miami. Environment and Planning A. 47(1) 69–88.

Knox, P. L. (2015). London: Architecture, Building, and Social Change. London and New York: Merrell.

Filion, P. (2014). The Morphology of Dispersed Suburbanism: The Land Use Patterns of the Dominant North American Urban Form, in Lehrer, U., Harris, R., & Tchoukaleyska, R. (eds.) Suburban Land. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Knox, P. L. (ed.) (2014). Atlas of Cities. New York: Princeton University Press.

Wei F., and Knox, P. L. (2014). Neighborhood Change in Metropolitan America, 1990 to 2010. Urban Affairs Review, 50 (4): 459-489.

Clery, T., & Nijman, J. (2014). The United States: Suburban imaginaries and metropolitan realities, in Hamel, P., & Keil, R. (eds.), Suburban Governance: A Global View. University of Toronto Press: Toronto.

Perrin, L. & Grant, J. (2014). Planning for social diversity in the Canadian suburbs. Plan Canada, 54(1): 36-41.

Perrin, L. & Grant, J. (2014). Perspectives on mixing housing types in new suburbs.  Town Planning Review, 85(3): 363-385.

Nijman, J. (2013). The American Suburb as Utopian Constellation, in: Keil, R. (ed.), Suburban Constellations, 159-167. Jovis: Berlin.

Grant, J. (2013). Suburbs in transition. Interface: The future of the suburbs. Planning Theory and Practice, 14(3): 391-392.

Gonzalez, T. & Grant, J. (2013). Living with density: from ‘chicken coops’ to livability. Municipal World, 123(11): 27-30.

Grant, J., Craswell, H., & Perrin, L. (2012). Planning Healthy Suburbs. Plan Canada, 52(4): 39-43.

Grant, J. & Scott, D. (2012). Complete communities, the Canadian Dream and Suburban Aspirations. Canadian Journal of Urban Research: Canadian Planning and Policy. 21(1) Supplement: 132-157

Shields, R. (2012). Feral suburbs: cultural topologies of social reproduction, Fort McMurray, Canada. International journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 15(3), p. 205-215.

Andrew, C., Ray, B., & Chiasson, G. (2011). Ottawa-Gatineau: Capital Formation, in Bourne, L. S., Hutton, T., Shearmur, R., & Simmons, J. (eds.), Canadian Urban Regions: Trajectories of Growth and Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Keil, R. (2011). Suburbanization and Global Cities, in Derudder, B., Hoyler, M., Taylor, P. J. and Witlox, F. (eds.) International Handbook of Globalization and World Cities. London: Edward Elgar.

Peck, J. (2011). Neoliberal suburbanism: frontier space. Urban Geography, vol. 32(6). 884-919.

Other Dissemination

Perrin, L. (2012). Who’s your neighbour? Exploring residents’ perspectives of social diversity and interaction in the Canadian suburbs. Master of Planning research project.