Australia, Virtual Issues

Relocating disadvantage in Australian cities: the case of suburban Sydney

By Bill Randolph and Andy Tice What do the Pope, the President of the United States and the head of the IMF have in common?  They have all recently spoken out against rising inequality which has now become a widely recognised global trend over the last thirty years (OECD, 2011; The Economist, 2012). With Oxfam… Continue reading Relocating disadvantage in Australian cities: the case of suburban Sydney

book review, Jerusalem, Uncategorized

Final Reflections on Jerusalem: The Spatial Politics of a Divided Metropolis

This is the fifth and final blog post in our series on the book Jerusalem: The Spatial Politics of a Divided Metropolis. The series was inspired by a panel discussion at UAA. Previous posts were written by Anne Shlay, Zachary Neal, Deirdre Oakley, and Rachel Garshick Kleit. By Elena Vesselinov It was a great privilege… Continue reading Final Reflections on Jerusalem: The Spatial Politics of a Divided Metropolis