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Volume 2: Housing and Home

Edited by Brian Doucet, Pierre Filion and Rianne van Melik

Published

Jul 22, 2021

Page count

176 pages

Series

Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities

ISBN

978-1529218961

Dimensions

203 x 127 mm

Imprint

Bristol University Press

Published

Jul 22, 2021

Page count

176 pages

Series

Global Reflections on COVID-19 and Urban Inequalities

ISBN

978-1529218978

Dimensions

Imprint

Bristol University Press
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    Introduction ~ Brian Doucet, Pierre Filion and Rianne Van Melik

    Part 1 ~ Housing Markets, Systems, Design and Policies

    Is COVID-19 a Housing Disease? Housing, COVID-19 Risk and COVID-19 Harms in the UK ~ Rebecca Tunstall

    De-Gentrification or Disaster Gentrification? Debating the Impact of COVID-19 on Anglo-American Urban Gentrification ~ Derek Hyra and Loretta Lees

    ‘Living in a Glass Box’: The Intimate City in the Time of COVID-19 ~ Phil Hubbard

    Mardin Lockdown Experience: Strategies for a More Tolerant Urban Development ~ Zeynep Atas and Yuvacan Atmaca

    Towards the Post-Pandemic (Healthy) City: Barcelona’s Poblenou Superblock Challenges and Opportunities ~ Federico Camerin and Luca Maria Francesco Fabris

    Urban Crises and COVID-19 in Brazil: Poor People, Victims Again ~ Wescley Xavier

    Flexible Temporalities, Flexible Trajectories: Montreal’s Nursing Home Crisis as an Example of Temporary Workers’ Complicated Urban Labour Geographies ~ Lukas Stevens

    Part 2 ~ Experiences of Housing and Home During the Pandemic

    Bold Words, a Hero or a Traitor? Fang Fang’s Diaries of the Wuhan Lockdown on Chinese Social Media ~ Liangni Sally Liu, Guanyu Jason Ran and Yu Wang

    The COVID-19 Lockdown and the Impact of Poor-Quality Housing on Occupants in the UK ~ Philip Brown, Rachel Armitage, Leanne Monchuk, Dillon Newton and Brian Robson

    Aging at Home: The Elderly in Gauteng, South Africa in the Context of COVID-19 ~ Alexandra Parker and Julia De Kadt

    COVID-19, Lockdown(s) and Housing Inequalities Amongst Families Who Have Children With Autism in London ~ Rosalie Warnock

    Detroit’s Work To Address the Pandemic for Older Adults: A City of Challenge, History and Resilience ~ Tam E. Perry, James McQuaid, Claudia Sanford and Dennis Archambault

    Ethnic Enclaves in a Time of Plague: A Comparative Analysis of New York City and Chicago ~ Amanda Furiasse and Sher Afgan Tareen

    Migration in the Times of Immobility: Geographies of Walking and Dispossession in India ~ Kamalika Banerjee and Samadrita Das

    Living Through a Pandemic in the Shadows of Gentrification and Displacement: Experiences of Marginalized Residents in Waterloo Region, Canada ~ William Turman, Brian Doucet and Faryal Diwan

    Cities Under Lockdown: Public Health, Urban Vulnerabilities and Neighbourhood Planning in Dublin ~ Carla Maria Kayanan, Niamh Moore-Cherry and Alma Clavin

    Conclusion ~ Brian Doucet, Pierre Filion and Rianne Van Melik