Geoffrey DeVerteuil

Dr Geoffrey DeVerteuil is currently Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University. His research focuses on vulnerable populations and the welfare state and voluntary sector’s role in managing the consequences of extreme inequality. As a social geographer of health, he has examined the shifting geographies of mental health care and the challenges in sustaining therapeutic landscapes within marginalized spaces of the city. He is the author or co-author of over 40 articles and book chapters on these subjects.

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Resilience in the Post-Welfare Inner City

Voluntary Sector Geographies in London, Los Angeles and Sydney

Moving beyond theoretical notions of ‘resilience’ this is the first book to offer a conceptual and empirical approach to exploring and comparing the process of resilience across service ‘hubs’ in three complex but different global inner-city regions: London, Los Angeles and Sydney.

Policy Press