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Italian Interview: Roger Keil on Global Suburbanisms

Click here for Roger Keil’s Italian interview about Global Suburbanisms on Forum PA.… Read more

Published October 27th, 2014 in Dissemination, News

Hiring Research Administrator at CITY

Position Title: Research Administrator

Department: The City Institute at York University (CITY)

Term of Employment: Contract- one year, with a possibility of renewal

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Published September 25th, 2014 in News

Roger Keil Speaks to Metro Morning about the Urban/Suburban Divide

Does the urban/suburban divide still exist in Toronto and how does it relate to the city’s upcoming municiple election? Professor Roger Keil from York University… Read more

Published September 24th, 2014 in Dissemination, News

CanU6 National Summit- Sept 18-20

CITY institute Director Linda Peake and colleagues Roger Keil (Faculty of Environmental Studies) and Sean Hertel will be presenting at the Council for Canadian Urbanism (CanU) … Read more

Published September 16th, 2014 in Events, News, Upcoming Events

Suburban Working Group Ignites the OPPI Symposium

Sean Hertel and Roger Keil of the Greater Toronto Suburban Working Group are taking their show on the road, leading an ignite session at next month’s OPPI Symposium. The ann… Read more

Published September 10th, 2014 in Dissemination, News

Two new articles explore suburbanism in Africa

The journal African Studies includes two new articles by researchers with the Global Suburbanism‘s project’s Africa cluster.

Chloe´ Buire’s “The Read more

Published July 10th, 2014 in News, Publications

Town and gown in postsuburbia: Toronto’s universities in the global age

By Jean-Paul Addie and Roger Keil

Toronto is a university town. But more and more, the weight of student numbers shifts out of the central city into the sprawling Canadian metropol… Read more

Published May 20th, 2014 in News, Suburbanicity Blog

Article on the changing face of suburbia features Roger Keil & Sean Hertel

Skyscrapers in the Subdivision,” a new article on NextCity compares the changes confronting suburbia in Montgomery Country, Maryland and York Region, Ontario. … Read more

Published May 12th, 2014 in Dissemination, News

Resilience: not a cuddly kitten, more like a beastly cat

Roger Keil

Resilience is a tough and controversial term. Inspired by a recent invective by Tom Slater, in which he roundly rejects resilience as a concept and bemoans especially i… Read more

Published February 24th, 2014 in News, Suburbanicity Blog

Sub/urbanization and density: A few critical notes

Roger Keil

Density is a concept that enjoys much love in urbanist circles.(1) It is often seen as a necessary precondition for sustainability and even resilience. It has become a r… Read more

Published February 14th, 2014 in News, Suburbanicity Blog