book reviews and summer research

Quick self-promoting updates, my review of Japonica Brown-Saracino’s A Neighborhood That Never Changes was published in Urban Geography, and now if I can just get that last revise and resubmit out of the door I’ll be able to check everything off my summer to-do list.

dusk over the assiniboine river

Speaking of, I’m also finishing up a particularly productive summer of research in Winnipeg filled with loads of interviews, and organizational observations that took the form of everything from helping to analyze housing markets, to hanging out with some really fun kids, to learning more about bedbugs than any one person should know. Thanks again to Understanding Canada the Canadian Studies Program of the Government of Canada for support through the Doctoral Student Research Award that helped make this summer of research possible.

book reviews and summer research

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