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B8: Everyday Suburbanisms

Team Lead: Lisa Drummond

Other Team Members:

Deborah Cowen (University of Toronto)
Douglas Young (York University)
Alan Mabin (University of the Witwatersrand)
Alison Todes (University of Witwatersrand)
Fulong Wu (University College London)
To Xuan Phuc
Julie-Anne Boudreau (Institut national de la recherché scientifique)
Shubra Gururani (York University)
Solomon Benjamin Manipal University
Ute Lehrer (York University)
Danielle Labbe (York University)

Research Context, Methods and Goals:

The Everyday Suburbanisms research will take place in Toronto (Douglas Young, Deborah Cowen),  Bangalore (Solly Benjamin), Delhi (Shubhra Gururani), and Johannesburg (Alan Mabin) during Years 1-3.5.

In Toronto the focus will be on transportation, in particular public transit, and its use and impact on the organization of daily life.  A secondary focus of the research will be on the use of digital communications technology in everyday life.  This will connect with the National Film Board’s (NFB) Highrise project.

In Delhi and Bangalore, the focus will be everyday lives of work, mobility, and migration, conducted mainly through ethnographic research with villagers, migrant workers, and the new middle class suburbanites.

Dissemination:

Conference Presentations

Publications and Other Dissemination