Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications: (Click here for full CV)

In press. Lawson, V. & Elwood, S. Eds. Relational Poverty Politics. University of Georgia Press.

2017. Elwood, S. & Hawkins, H. Intra-disciplinarity and visual politics. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 107(1): 4-13.

  1. Elwood, S. and Wilson, M. Critical GIS Pedagogies Beyond “Week 10: Ethics”. International Journal of Geographic Information Science 31(10): 2098-2116. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2017.1334892.

2016. Elwood, S., Lawson, V., and Sheppard, E. Geographical Relational Poverty Studies. Progress in Human Geography. DOI: 10.1177/0309132516659706.

2016. Gordon, E., Elwood, S., and Mitchell, K. Critical Spatial Learning: Participatory Mapping, Spatial Histories, and Youth Civic Engagement. Children’s Geographies.

2015. Lawson, V., Elwood, S., Canevaro, S., and Viotti, N. “The poor are us”: Middle class poverty politics in Buenos Aires and Seattle. Environment and Planning A 47(9): 1873-1891.

2015. Elwood, S. Still deconstructing the map: Microfinance mapping and the visual politics of intimate abstraction. Cartographica 50(1): 45-49.

2015. Elwood, S., Lawson, V., Nowak, S. Negotiating poverty and privilege: Middle class place-making and poverty politics. The Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105(1): 123-143.

2014. Leszczynski, A. & Elwood, S. Feminist geographies of new spatial media. The Canadian Geographer 59(1): 12-28.

2014. Elwood, S. & Mitchell, K. Another politics is possible: Neogeography, visual spatial tactics and political formation. Cartographica 48(4): 275-292.

2014. Lawson, V. & Elwood, S. Encountering poverty: space, class and poverty politics.  Antipode 46(1): 209-228.

2013. Elwood, S. & Lawson, V. Whose crisis? Spatial imaginaries of class, poverty and vulnerability. Environment & Planning A 45(1): 103-108.

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