Joe Pierce
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Relational place‐making: the networked politics of place
J Pierce, DG Martin, JT Murphy
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 (1), 54-70, 2011
Urban sustainability and environmental justice: evaluating the linkages in public planning/policy discourse
H Pearsall, J Pierce
Local Environment 15 (6), 569-580, 2010
Placing Lefebvre
J Pierce, DG Martin
Antipode 47 (5), 1279-1299, 2015
Reconceptualizing resistance: Residuals of the state and democratic radical pluralism
DG Martin, J Pierce
Antipode 45 (1), 61-79, 2013
Walking as method: Toward methodological forthrightness and comparability in urban geographical research
J Pierce, M Lawhon
The Professional Geographer 67 (4), 655-662, 2015
Unlearning (un) located ideas in the provincialization of urban theory
M Lawhon, J Silver, H Ernstson, J Pierce
Regional studies 50 (9), 1611-1622, 2016
Rights in places: An analytical extension of the right to the city
J Pierce, OR Williams, DG Martin
Geoforum 70, 79-88, 2016
Whither Rio+ 20?: demanding a politics and practice of socially just sustainability
H Pearsall, J Pierce, R Krueger
Local Environment 17 (9), 935-941, 2012
Urban politics and mental health: An agenda for health geographic research
J Pierce, DG Martin, AW Scherr, A Greiner
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (5), 1084-1092, 2012
Reinvigorating the concept of land tenure for American urban geography
J Pierce
Geography Compass 4 (12), 1747-1757, 2010
The law is not enough: Seeking the theoretical ‘frontier of urban justice’via legal tools
J Pierce, D Martin
Urban Studies 54 (2), 456-465, 2017
Iterative parallelism as research praxis: embracing the discursive incommensurability of scholarship and everyday politics
OR Williams, J Pierce
Area 48 (2), 222-228, 2016
Placing race: On the resonance of place with black geographies
D Allen, M Lawhon, J Pierce
Progress in human geography 43 (6), 1001-1019, 2019
Provincializing urban appropriation: Agonistic transgression as a mode of actually existing appropriation in South African cities
M Lawhon, J Pierce, A Makina
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 39 (1), 117-131, 2018
Inserting scales of urban politics: the possibilities of meso-urban governance shims
OR Williams, J Pierce
Urban Geography 38 (6), 795-812, 2017
A spoiled well (of data): addressing the procedural injustice of contemporary environmental justice research through collaborative qualitative data gathering
H Pearsall, J Pierce
Local Environment 22 (3), 388-392, 2017
What do you mean when you say" urban"? Divergence between everyday language and Northern analytical vocabularies in South African Cities
J Pierce, M Lawhon
DIE ERDE–Journal of the Geographical Society of Berlin 147 (4), 284-289, 2016
Against power? Distinguishing between acquisitive resistance and subversion
J Pierce, OR Williams
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 98 (3), 171-188, 2016
Place‐making at a national scale: Framing tar sands extraction as “Canadian” in The Globe and Mail
T Davine, M Lawhon, J Pierce
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 61 (3), 428-439, 2017
Visceral pedagogy: Teaching challenging topics emotionally as well as cognitively
J Pierce, H Widen
Journal of Geography 116 (2), 47-56, 2017
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