Society, Space, and Social Justice addresses multiple contextual intersectionalities, highlighting the underlying processes and causes contributing to the genesis and regeneration of emergent and extant spaces of (in)justice. Employing quantitative and qualitative techniques underpinned by elucidatory theoretical frameworks, the authors in this collection investigate intersections of class, disability, gender, race, and “the other” within sociocultural and political-economic structures in varied geographic scales and settings in Brazil, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Uganda, and the United States. The book’s thematic diversity—environment and outdoors, employment and labor, gendered/othered violence, health and disease, housing, infrastructure, and urban design—gives it interdisciplinary appeal. This timely collection examines and unpacks the complex mechanisms by which social justice can be perverted, thwarted, or achieved.
Editors: Jennifer Y. Pomeroy and Vandana Wadhwa
|Panelist||Vidyamali Samarasinghe American University||10|
|Panelist||Caitlin Alcorn University of Washington||10|
|Panelist||Luis Cecchi Hamburg University||10|
|Panelist||Vandana Wadhwa Meridian R&C LLC||10|
|Discussant||Cynthia Pope Central Connecticut State University||10|
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