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Lecture 7 (28 September) - Changing Fortunes of World Regions (Robert Kloosterman) - Werner, M. (2016). Global production networks and uneven development: Exploring geographies o devaluation, disinvestment, and exclusion. Geography Compass, 10(11), 457-469. - Kloosterman, R.C., N. Beerepoot and B. Lambregts (2015), ‘Service-sector driven economic development from a historical perspective’. In: B. Lambregts, N. Beerepoot and Robert C. Kloosterman (Eds.), The Local Impact of Globalization in South and Southeast Asia: Offshore Business Processes in Services Industries. Oxford/New York: Routledge: 17-28.Preview the document WEEK 5 Lecture 8 (3 October): Global Environmentalism and Governance (Joyeeta Gupta) - Biermann, F., Betsill, M., Gupta, M., Kanie, J., Lebel, N., Liverman, L., . . . Zondervan, B. (2010). Earth system governance: A research framework. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 10(4), 277-298 - Ivanova, M., Baste, I., Lee, B., Belliethathan, S., Abdel Gelil, I., Gupta, J., ... & King, P. (2012). Global Environmental Outlook 5, United Nations Environment Programme: Chapter 17, Global Responses.Preview the document Lecture 9 (5 October)- International Governmental Organisations in the 21st Century (Virginie Mamadouh) - Kevin Gray & Barry K. Gills (2016) South–South cooperation and the rise of the Global South, Third World Quarterly, 37:4, 557-574, - Stephen, Matthew D., 2017, Emerging powers and emerging trends in global governance, Global Governance 23: 483-502 SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT WEEK 6 Seminar 2 (10 October) -Presentations Museum Assignment - Cultural Geographies of (post)colonialism: museum assignment presentation Lecture 10 (12 October)- Political and Cultural Inequality in the EU (Virginie Mamadouh) - Ballas, D., Dorling, D., & Hennig, B. (2017). Analysing the regional geography of poverty, austerity and inequality in Europe: A human cartographic perspective. Regional Studies, 51(1), 174-185. - Hadjimichalis, C. (2011). Uneven geographical development and socio-spatial justice and solidarity: European regions after the 2009 financial crisis. European Urban and Regional Studies, 18(3), 254-274. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT WEEK 7 - WEEK 8 SECTION 3: INEQUALITY AT THE LEVEL OF THE REGIONAL Lecture 11 (31 October) -Spaces of Exception (Wouter van Gent) - Ong A (2006) ‘Zoning technologies in East Asia Liberalism as exception’, in Neoliberalism as Exception Durham: Duke. Pp. 97-118Preview the document SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT - Martin, L. L., & Mitchelson, M. L. (2009). Geographies of detention and imprisonment: interrogating spatial practices of confinement, discipline, law, and state power. Geography Compass, 3(1), 459-477. Lecture 12 (2 November)- Population Shrinkage and Regional Polarization (Myrte Hoekstra) - Kühn, M. (2014). Peripheralization: Theoretical Concepts Explaining Socio-Spatial Inequalities. European Planning Studies,23(2), 1-12 - Haartsen, T., & Venhorst, V. (2010). Planning for decline: anticipating on population decline in the Netherlands. Tijdschrift Voor Economische En Sociale Geografie, 101(2), 218-227. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT WEEK 9 Seminar 3 (7 November)- The Regional Scale - Agnew, J.A. (2013). Arguing with regions. Regional Studies, 47(1), 6-17. Lecture 13 (9 November)- Political Responses to Regional Inequalities (Wouter van Gent) - Walsh, K. (2012). Putting Inequality in Its Place: Rural Consciousness and the Power of Perspective. American Political Science Review,106(3), 517-532. WEEK 10 SECTION 4: INEQUALITY AT THE LEVEL OF THE LOCAL Lecture 14 (14 November)- (In)formality, urban planning and Infrastructure ( Hebe Verrest) - Kooy, M., & Bakker, K. (2008). Technologies of Government: Constituting Subjectivities, Spaces, and Infrastructures in Colonial and Contemporary Jakarta. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 32(2), 375-391. - Bayat, A. (2012). Politics in the City‐Inside‐Out. City & Society, 24(2), 110-128. - Roy, A. (2015). Urban Informality: The Production and Regulation of Space. In International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (pp. 818-822) Lecture 15 (16 November)- Housing and Settlements (Hebe Verrest) - Shatkin, G. (2009). The Geography of Insecurity: Spatial change and the flexibilization of labor in metro Manila . Journal of Urban Affairs,31(4), 381-408. - Davis, M. (2006). Planet of slums. London [etc.]: Verso. Chapter 1 (pp1-19)Preview the document - Watch a short video on Participatory Slum Upgrading (Links to an external site) WEEK 11 Seminar 4 (21 November)- The Local and Individual Scale - McCormack, D. (2008). Geographies for Moving Bodies: Thinking, Dancing, Spaces. Geography Compass, 2(6), 1822-1836. Lecture 16 (23 November) -Environmental Injustice (Rivke Jaffe) - Pulido, L. (2000). Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 90(1), 12-40. - Jaffe, Rivke (2016) Concrete jungles: Urban pollution and the politics of difference in the Caribbean. Oxford University Press. Introduction and C5 (36pp)Preview the document. WEEK 12 SECTION 5: INEQUALITY AT THE LEVEL OF THE INDIVIDUAL Lecture 17 (28 November)- Time-space Trajectories and Inequality (Willem Boterman) - Kwan, M. P. (1999). Gender and individual access to urban opportunities: a study using space–time measures. The Professional Geographer, 51(2), 210-227. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT - Kwan, M. P. (2013). Beyond space (as we knew it): Toward temporally integrated geographies of segregation, health, and accessibility: Space–time integration in geography and GIScience. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(5), 1078-1086. - Lindegaard, M. R., Miller, J., & Reynald, D. M. (2013). Transitory mobility, cultural heterogeneity, and victimization risk among young men of color: Insights from an ethnographic study in Cape Town, South Africa. Criminology, 51(4), 967-1008. Lecture 18 (30 November)-Intersectionality and Geography (Willem Boterman) - Bowleg, L. (2008). When Black Lesbian Woman ≠ Black Lesbian Woman: The Methodological Challenges of Qualitative and Quantitative Intersectionality Research. Sex Roles, 59(5), 312-325. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT - Choo, H., & Ferree, M. (2010). Practicing Intersectionality in Sociological Research: A Critical Analysis of Inclusions, Interactions, and Institutions in the Study of Inequalities*. Sociological Theory, 28(2), 129-149. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT WEEK 13 Seminar 5 (5 December)-Complexity of Scale and Scalar Analysis - Sayre, N. & A. Di Vittorio. Scale. In Kitchen, Robert and Thrift, Nigel (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Kidlington, UK. Elsevier, 19-28 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. - Parsons, L. (2017). Multi-scalar inequality: Structured mobility and the narrative construction of scale in translocal Cambodia. Geoforum, 85, 187-196. Lecture 19 (7 December)-Citizenship, Precarity and Social Rights (Dennis Arnold) - Arnold, D., Bongiovi, J., Kalleberg, A., & Hewison, K. (2013). Precarious, Informalizing, and Flexible Work: Transforming Concepts and Understandings. American Behavioral Scientist, 57(3), 289-308. SAMENVATTING ONTBREEKT - Strauss, K. (2018). Labour geography 1: Towards a geography of precarity? Progress in Human Geography, 42(4), 622-630.

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