Sarah Moser

McGill University
Participe à 2 sessions
Sarah Moser is Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography at McGill University. Her research explores the cultural politics of new master planned cities and urban mega-developments in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Dr. Moser is particularly interested in how political ideology, nation building and interpretations of religion shape new urban mega-projects and the reinterpretation of and resistance to official narratives by residents. Her research has been published in Urban Studies, Area, Cities, Social and Cultural Geography, Children’s Geography, Dialogues in Human Geography, Habitat International and various edited collections. She is currently co-editing The Research Handbook on Asian Cities (Edward Elgar, 2016).

Sessions auxquelles Sarah Moser participe

dimanche 5 juin, 2016

Fuseau horaire: EST/Eastern Time (US & Canada)
9:00
9:00
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Sous sessions
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values
Regular session
Heritage Changes the Living EnvironmentHeritage Changes PoliticsHeritage changes the environmentHeritage values