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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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    Volume 2: Housing and Home

    “The Housing and Home volume of this essential series spotlights the role of housing in accentuating the urban inequalities that have been revealed so flagrantly by the pandemic.” Keith Kintrea, University of Glasgow

    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