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Lee Frankel-Goldwater
Striving towards a multi-cultural humanity that identifies as a single tribe. No more walls.
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Mara Goldman is a political ecologist working in the geography department and focuses her research on ethnography and the co-production of knowledge with field sites across Africa. Mara is particularly interested in grassroots organizing and the empowerment of marginalized groups. Through our conversation I have learned that Mara is deeply... Continue reading
Posted Nov 29, 2016 at TricksOfTheTrade
This assignment unrolled in an unusual way, first we had a CV and a course syllabus, then we had a reading, and then learned of a blog post to complement it! This little journey of discovery actually helped me to understand Jody and his work better. In the paragraph shared... Continue reading
Posted Oct 25, 2016 at TricksOfTheTrade
Insight and questions on - Krizek, K., Forysth, A., & Slotterback, C. S. (2009). Is there a role for evidence-based practice in urban planning and policy?. Planning Theory & Practice, 10(4), 459-478. by respondent Lee Frankel-Goldwater This article has one primary goal, to call for the use of Evidence-Based Practice... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2016 at TricksOfTheTrade
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Sep 5, 2016
A Faculty Deep Dive with Jota Samper on article The Role of Urban Upgrading in Latin America as Warfare Tool Against the “Slum Wars” As a general reflection I believe Jota’s article is a near perfect model for my own research as a PhD hopeful. The work speaks to issues... Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2016 at TricksOfTheTrade
Lee Frankel-Goldwater is now following The Typepad Team
Sep 2, 2016