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Samantha Biglieri
Samantha Biglieri
Assistant Professor, School of Urban & Regional Planning, Ryerson University
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City as the core of contagion? Repositioning COVID-19 at the social and spatial periphery of urban society
S Biglieri, L De Vidovich, R Keil
Cities & health 5 (sup1), S63-S65, 2021
732021
Thinking relationally about built environments and walkability: A study of adult walking behavior in Waterloo, Ontario
J Dean, S Biglieri, M Drescher, A Garnett, T Glover, J Casello
Health & Place 64, 102352, 2020
262020
Implementing dementia-friendly land use planning: an evaluation of current literature and financial implications for greenfield development in suburban Canada
S Biglieri
Planning Practice & Research 33 (3), 264-290, 2018
242018
Prepared for the silver tsunami? An examination of municipal old-age dependency and age-friendly policy in Ontario, Canada
MD Hartt, S Biglieri
Journal of Urban Affairs 40 (5), 625-638, 2018
202018
Aging-in-place and the spatial distribution of older adult vulnerability in Canada
NS Channer, M Hartt, S Biglieri
Applied Geography 125, 102357, 2020
142020
Aging people, aging places: Experiences, opportunities, and challenges of growing older in Canada
M Hartt, S Biglieri
Policy Press, 2021
72021
Examining everyday outdoor practices in suburban public space: the case for an expanded definition of care as an analytical framework
S Biglieri
Care and the City, 88-100, 2021
62021
The right to (re) shape the city: Examining the accessibility of a public engagement tool for people living with dementia
S Biglieri
Journal of the American Planning Association 87 (3), 311-325, 2021
42021
The view from the socio-spatial peripheries: Milan, Italy and Toronto, Canada
L De Vidovich, J Iacobelli, S Biglieri, R Keil
Volume 4: Policy and Planning, 211-222, 2021
32021
Planning Dementia-Inclusive Suburban Neighbourhoods
S Biglieri
University of Waterloo, 2019
22019
Everyday built environments of care: Examining the socio-spatial relationalities of suburban neighbourhoods for people living with dementia
S Biglieri, J Dean
Wellbeing, Space and Society 2, 100058, 2021
12021
Identifying built barriers: Where do our most vulnerable older adults live in Ontario's mid-sized cities?
S Biglieri, M Hartt
Evergreen, 2018
12018
Socio-spatial peripheries and forgo en densities of long-term care
L De Vidovich, S Biglieri, J Iacobelli, R Keil
Cities Learning from a Pandemic: Towards Preparedness, 2022
2022
Fostering Mobility for People Living with Dementia in Suburban Neighborhoods Through Land Use, Urban Design and Wayfinding
S Biglieri, J Dean
Journal of Planning Education and Research, 0739456X221113796, 2022
2022
Social Citizenship Through Out-of-Home Participation Among Older Adults With and Without Dementia
SN Gaber, L ThalÚn, CW Malinowsky, I Margot-Cattin, K Seetharaman, ...
Journal of Applied Gerontology, 07334648221112425, 2022
2022
A heuristic device, not an actual map… revisiting the urban periphery
R Keil, S Biglieri, L De Vidovich
Cities & Health, 1-4, 2022
2022
Health governance of COVID-19 in Milan and Toronto: long-term trends and short-term failures
S Biglieri, LD Vidovich, J Iacobelli, R Keil
Studies in Political Economy 103 (1), 55-79, 2022
2022
Volume 4: Policy and Planning
R Shearmur, M Pirone, M Frapporti, S Mezzadra, R Mayers, MG Ruiz, ...
Policy Press, 2021
2021
Aging in urban Canada
S Biglieri, M Hartt, NS Channer
Aging People, Aging Places, 15-26, 2021
2021
Aging in suburban Canada
M Hartt, NS Channer, S Biglieri
Aging People, Aging Places, 81-88, 2021
2021
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