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  • This paper discusses the changing geographies of risk and uncertainty with regard to the negotiations of access to public space for urban livelihoods in an environment where informal institutions dominate. A partly ethnographic account of everyday
  • 2013
  • Drawing from ethnographic interviews with Miskito and Garifuna communities on the Honduran Atlantic coast, this article reflects on the Consensus Mapping of Shared Boundaries Project, an indigenous countermapping initiative inside the Honduran
  • 2013
  • Through the exposition and discussion of four scenes based on ethnographic engagements with various LGBT collectives in Baltimore, the paper attends to the registers in which a fragile sense of community comes into being., developing
  • 2013
  • Using case material and ethnographic vignettes from a larger geographic project on water rights and governance in New Mexico. Water adjudication is examined as a vital instrument in the state's pursuit of spatial knowledge. The A. explores how
  • 2013
  • The AA. analyse asentamientos and cantegriles through new poverty and the moral dangers of proximity in Uruguyan squatter settlements. Based on ethnographic research in Montevideo, this article shows how newly impoverished Uruguayans have dealt
  • 2013
  • This article analyses a tripartite conceptualisation of urban public space as site for play through evidence from South Bank, London. It draws on ethnographic data to argue that play is a recurrent trait of sociospatial practices enacted in public
  • 2013
  • Drawing from ethnographic research in the Latino barrios of North Denver, this article deconstructs the history of one small yet vital public space—la Raza Park. During the 1970s, this place, its pool and the many events it grounded, built community
  • 2013
  • Using multi-species ethnographic work across a range of sites, from wildlife reserves to farms and food processing plants, we argue for a shift of focus in biosecurity away from defined borderlines towards that of borderlands. The latter involves
  • 2013
  • From an ethnographic research performed in three neighborhoods of Santiago de Chile City—different neighborhoods on locational and socio-economical terms— this paper argues that inhabitants must build a type of relation with their territory
  • 2013
  • This paper draws upon concepts of emergence, connectivity and space-time relationality to develop an ethnogeomorphic outlook upon biophysical-and-cultural (living) landscapes. This perspective is grounded through ethnographic case studies
  • 2013