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This paper was first presented in an early version at the Carleton conference, ‘Exploring Contemporary Discourse Analysis’, Ottawa, 1993 and at the ‘Cultural Studies in Canada’ Conference, University of Toronto. My thanks to Penny Ironstone, Jill Scott, A.N. Packwood and conference participants...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2019: The rising costs has made housing in Canada less affordable. The goal of this one-year partnership is to identify what is required to build a resilient and sustainable community housing sector in Canada. Drawing on the knowledge and capacity of the sector itself, we will...
What is place to philosophy, what is place to thought? The linkage of philosophy and place suggests the question, 'Is this a matter of the philosophy of place or the place of philosophy?' Is it 'philosophy in places' or 'what is place in philosophy?' Place, even in an unexamined sense of the...
Decolonizing Suburban Research1 Rob Shields, Human Geography EAS and Sociology, University of Alberta. North American Suburbs have been treated as sites of a collective amnesia concerning previous patterns of occupation and occupants. As ‘Greenfield sites’ they often either lack history or local...
he first suburb of Edmonton, the capital of the oil-rich western Canadian prairie province of Alberta, was arguably the Federal Government of Canada's Papaschase Indian reservation 163. Situated inconveniently close to the settlement of Edmonton-Strathcona that had grown up around a Hudson's Bay...
An interrogation of and dialogue with the Via 13 Editorial Collective . The objective is to go beyond the limits of the original vision of the margin and marginalia. But at the same time, it will become clear that this is an archaeological process where in digging ourselves out from under a...
Nanotechnology and the Alberta Capital Region: A Case Study of Integrating Communities, Innovation and DevelopmentDownload
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2012: What can cities and communities do to support and benefit from new technologies? How can knowledge-intensive sectors develop in ways which account for local contexts and local needs? How can benefits and prosperity be made to 'stick' to the communities in which new...