Leslie Kern
Leslie Kern
Associate Professor, Geography & Environment and Women's & Gender Studies, Mount Allison
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TitleCited byYear
Selling the ‘scary city’: gendering freedom, fear and condominium development in the neoliberal city
L Kern
Social & Cultural Geography 11 (3), 209-230, 2010
Reshaping the boundaries of public and private life: Gender, condominium development, and the neoliberalization of urban living
L Kern
Urban Geography 28 (7), 657-681, 2007
Feminist research in online spaces
O Morrow, R Hawkins, L Kern
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (4), 526-543, 2015
Sex and the revitalized city: Gender, condominium development, and urban citizenship
L Kern
UBC Press, 2010
In place and at home in the city: Connecting privilege, safety and belonging for women in Toronto
L Kern
Gender, Place and Culture 12 (3), 357-377, 2005
Gendering reurbanisation: women and new‐build gentrification in Toronto
L Kern
Population, Space and Place 16 (5), 363-379, 2010
Rhythms of gentrification: eventfulness and slow violence in a happening neighbourhood
L Kern
Cultural Geographies 23 (3), 441-457, 2016
A collective biography of joy in academic practice
L Kern, R Hawkins, K Falconer Al-Hindi, P Moss
Social & Cultural Geography 15 (7), 834-851, 2014
From toxic wreck to crunchy chic: Environmental gentrification through the body
L Kern
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33 (1), 67-83, 2015
All aboard? Women working the spaces of gentrification in Toronto's Junction
L Kern
Gender, Place & Culture 20 (4), 510-527, 2013
Connecting embodiment, emotion and gentrification: An exploration through the practice of yoga in Toronto
L Kern
Emotion, Space and Society 5 (1), 27-35, 2012
Gendered spaces of redevelopment: Gendered politics of city building
L Kern, GR Wekerle
Gender in an Urban World 9, 233-262, 2008
Urban neoliberalism, urban insecurity and urban violence: Exploring the gender dimensions
L Kern, B Mullings
Rethinking Feminist Interventions into the Urban, 23-40, 2013
Practicing collective biography
R Hawkins, K Falconer Al‐Hindi, P Moss, L Kern
Geography Compass 10 (4), 165-178, 2016
Undecidability and the urban: Feminist pathways through urban political economy
L Kern, H McLean
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 16 (3), 405-426, 2017
Inhabiting research, accessing intimacy, becoming collective
K Falconer Al-Hindi, P Moss, L Kern, R Hawkins
Writing Intimacy into Feminist Geography, 147-159, 2017
Environmental justice meets the right to stay put: mobilising against environmental racism, gentrification, and xenophobia in Chicago's Little Village
L Kern, C Kovesi
Local Environment 23 (9), 952-966, 2018
“I Choose To Be Here”: Tensions Between Autonomy and Precarity in Craft Market Vendors’ Work
C Kovesi, L Kern
City & Community 17 (1), 170-186, 2018
Grasping the affirmative: Power and the process of becoming joyful academic subjects
P Moss, L Kern, R Hawkins, KF Al-Hindi
Emotion, Space and Society 28, 53-59, 2018
Mobilizing community identity to imagine just green enough futures: A Chicago case study
L Kern
Just Green Enough: Urban Development and Environmental Gentrification, 167-180, 2017
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