Reuben Rose-Redwood
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Geographies of toponymic inscription: new directions in critical place-name studies
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
Progress in Human Geography 34 (4), 453-470, 2010
4732010
Governmentality, geography, and the geo-coded world
RS Rose-Redwood
Progress in Human Geography 30 (4), 469-486, 2006
3152006
From number to name: Symbolic capital, places of memory and the politics of street renaming in New York City
RS Rose-Redwood
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (4), 431-452, 2008
1642008
Self-segregation or global mixing?: Social interactions and the international student experience
CAR Rose-Redwood, RS Rose-Redwood
Journal of College Student Development 54 (4), 413-429, 2013
1332013
“Sixth Avenue is now a memory”: Regimes of spatial inscription and the performative limits of the official city-text
RS Rose-Redwood
Political Geography 27 (8), 875-894, 2008
1172008
Collective memory and the politics of urban space: an introduction
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
GeoJournal 73 (3), 161-164, 2008
1142008
Critical interventions in political toponymy
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (1), 1-6, 2011
972011
Performativity, politics, and the production of social space
MR Glass, R Rose-Redwood
Routledge, 2014
942014
With numbers in place: Security, territory, and the production of calculable space
R Rose-Redwood
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (2), 295-319, 2012
792012
Rethinking the agenda of political toponymy Reuben Rose-Redwood
R Rose-Redwood
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (1), 34-41, 2011
752011
Rethinking the politics of the international student experience in the age of Trump
CA Rose-Redwood, R Rose-Redwood
Journal of International Students 7 (3), I-IX, 2017
732017
Indexing the great ledger of the community: urban house numbering, city directories, and the production of spatial legibility
RS Rose-Redwood
Journal of Historical Geography 34 (2), 286-310, 2008
722008
Geographies of the COVID-19 pandemic
R Rose-Redwood, R Kitchin, E Apostolopoulou, L Rickards, T Blackman, ...
Dialogues in Human Geography 10 (2), 97-106, 2020
682020
Revisiting critical GIS
J Thatcher, L Bergmann, B Ricker, R Rose-Redwood, D O'Sullivan, ...
Environment and Planning A 48 (5), 815-824, 2016
662016
The political life of urban streetscapes: Naming, politics, and place
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
Taylor & Francis, 2017
612017
‘It definitely felt very white’: Race, Gender, and the Performative Politics of Assembly at the Women’s March in Victoria, British Columbia
CA Rose-Redwood, R Rose-Redwood
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (5), 645-654, 2017
492017
Decolonizing the map? Toponymic politics and the rescaling of the Salish Sea
B Tucker, R Rose‐Redwood
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 59 (2), 194-206, 2015
432015
Genealogies of the grid: revisiting Stanislawski's search for the origin of the grid–pattern town
RS Rose–redwood
Geographical Review 98 (1), 42-58, 2008
412008
The urban streetscape as political cosmos
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
The political life of urban streetscapes, 1-24, 2017
402017
The possibilities and limits to dialogue
R Rose-Redwood, R Kitchin, L Rickards, U Rossi, A Datta, J Crampton
Dialogues in Human Geography 8 (2), 109-123, 2018
382018
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