Margaret Walton-Roberts
Margaret Walton-Roberts
Professor Wilfrid Laurier University, Balsillie School of International Affairs, IMRC
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For slow scholarship: A feminist politics of resistance through collective action in the neoliberal university.
A Mountz, A Bonds, B Mansfield, J Loyd, J Hyndman, M Walton-Roberts, ...
ACME: an international E-journal for critical geographies 14 (4), 2015
4002015
Transnational geographies: Indian immigration to Canada
M Walton‐Roberts
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 47 (3), 235-250, 2003
1082003
Immigration, entrepreneurship, and the family: Indo-Canadian enterprise in the construction industry of Greater Vancouver
M Walton-Roberts, D Hiebert
Canadian Journal of Regional Science 20 (1), 119-140, 1997
1041997
Mobile modernities: a South Asian family negotiates immigration, gender and class in Canada
M Walton-Roberts, G Pratt
Gender, Place & Culture 12 (2), 173-195, 2005
952005
Regional immigration and dispersal: Lessons from small-and medium-sized urban centres in British Columbia
M Walton-Roberts
Our Diverse Cities 2 (Summer), 158-161, 2006
932006
Transnational migration theory in population geography: gendered practices in networks linking Canada and India
M Walton‐Roberts
Population, space and place 10 (5), 361-373, 2004
832004
Interrogating borders: a transnational approach to refugee research in Vancouver
J Hyndman, M WALTON‐ROBERTS
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 44 (3), 244-258, 2000
822000
Contextualizing the global nursing care chain: international migration and the status of nursing in Kerala, India
M WALTON‐ROBERTS
Global Networks 12 (2), 175-194, 2012
692012
Globalization, national autonomy and non‐resident Indians
M Walton‐Roberts
Contemporary South Asia 13 (1), 53-69, 2004
602004
Returning, remitting, reshaping: Non-Resident Indians and the transformation of society and space in Punjab, India
M Walton-Roberts
Transnational spaces, 90-115, 2004
582004
Rescaling citizenship: gendering Canadian immigration policy
M Walton-Roberts
Political Geography 23 (3), 265-281, 2004
522004
International migration of health professionals and the marketization and privatization of health education in India: From push–pull to global political economy
M Walton-Roberts
Social Science & Medicine 124, 374-382, 2015
502015
Three readings of the turban: Sikh identity in Greater Vancouver
M Walton-Roberts
Urban Geography 19 (4), 311-331, 1998
501998
Cultural geography: environments, landscapes, identities, inequalities
W Norton
Oxford University Press, 2006
472006
What about the workers? The missing geographies of health care
J Connell, M Walton-Roberts
Progress in Human Geography 40 (2), 158-176, 2016
422016
Introduction: reconceptualizing the state from the margins of political geography
C Desbiens, A Mountz, M Walton-Roberts
Political Geography 3 (23), 241-243, 2004
402004
W hy do we still need a census? Views from the age of “truthiness” and the “death of evidence”
M Walton‐Roberts, R Beaujot, D Hiebert, S McDaniel, D Rose, R Wright
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 58 (1), 34-47, 2014
262014
Immigration, the university and the welcoming second tier city
MW Walton-Roberts
Journal of international migration and integration 12 (4), 453-473, 2011
262011
Quality of place and the rescaling of urban governance: the case of Toronto
KS Hanna, M Walton-Roberts
Journal of Canadian Studies 38 (3), 37-67, 2004
232004
The human right to citizenship: A slippery concept
RE Howard-Hassmann, M Walton-Roberts
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015
222015
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