You can find the publication — entitled “Different spokes for different folks: experiences with cycling and the bicycle from the perspective of variably-housed cyclists in Vancouver” — here. Congratulations Jeanette!
On December 7, 2021, Jesse successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation, entitled ‘Running together, even when we’re apart : seeking community, being ‘connected’, and consuming together‘. Jesse’s dissertation can be found here.
The article, entitled, “An Exploration of Safe Space: From a Youth Bicycle Program to the Road” , can be found here.
You can find Jesse’s publication — entitled “Reflections from the ‘Strava-sphere’: Kudos, community, and (self-)surveillance on a social network for athletes” — here. Congratulations Jesse!
On September 25, 2020, Jeanette successfully defended her MA thesis entitled: Re(Cycling) through poverty: A study of homelessness and bicycling in Vancouver, Canada.
Well done Jeanette!
The article, entitled “‘People Still Believe a Bicycle Is for a Poor Person’: Features of “Bicycles for Development” Organizations in Uganda and Perspectives of Practitioners” can be found here. Congratulations Madison!
Featuring contributions from a diverse group of international scholars, including current and former members of the Sport Environment Peace Media research group. More information on the book can be found here.
On December 13, 2019, Devra successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation, entitled ‘Manufactured magnificence in the ‘Millennial City’: The (post)colonial politics of a sport-focused gated community development in Gurgaon, India’. Devra’s dissertation can be found here.
On December 11, 2019, Shawn successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation, entitled ‘Football and Forlorn Hope: An Ethno-graphic Exploration of the Sporting Utopias Presented by FIFA and a South African Local Football Association’. Shawn’s dissertation can be found here.