Elizabeth L. Sweet
Elizabeth L. Sweet
University of Massachusetts Boston UPCD & Africana Studies
Verified email at umb.edu
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Bringing bodies into planning: Visceral methods, fear and gender violence
EL Sweet, S Ortiz Escalante
Urban Studies 52 (10), 1826-1845, 2015
1002015
Planning responds to gender violence: Evidence from Spain, Mexico and the United States
EL Sweet, S Ortiz Escalante
Urban Studies 47 (10), 2129-2147, 2010
742010
Visceral geographies of whiteness and invisible microaggressions
P Shangrila
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (1), 298-323, 2015
562015
Identity, culture, land, and language: stories of insurgent planning in the Republic of Buryatia, Russia
EL Sweet, M Chakars
Journal of Planning Education and Research 30 (2), 198-209, 2010
462010
Engaging territorio cuerpo-tierra through body and community mapping: a methodology for making communities safer
ELSSO Escalante
Gender Place and Culture, 2016
35*2016
Better than text? Critical reflections on the practices of visceral methodologies in human geography
AE Sexton, A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet, M Miele, J Ash
Geoforum 82, 200-201, 2017
292017
Commentary: Diversity in urban planning education and practice
EL Sweet, HF Etienne
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (3), 332-339, 2011
282011
Carceral feminism: Linking the state, intersectional bodies, and the dichotomy of place
EL Sweet
Dialogues in Human Geography 6 (2), 202-205, 2016
262016
Whose adequacy?(Re) imagining food security with displaced women in Medellín, Colombia
A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet
Agriculture and human values 32 (3), 373-384, 2015
252015
Cultural humility: An open door for planners to locate themselves and decolonize planning theory, education, and practice
EL Sweet
E-Journal of Public Affairs 7 (2), 1-17, 2018
142018
Latina kitchen table planning saving communities: Intersectionality and insurgencies in an anti-immigrant city
EL Sweet
Local Environment 20 (6), 728-743, 2015
92015
Migrant women's safety: framing, policies, and practice
S Ortiz Escalante, EL Sweet
Building Inclusive Cities: Women's safety and the right to the city, 216, 2013
9*2013
Professional women and the economic practices of success and survival before and after regime change: diverse economies and restructuring in the Russian Republic of Buryatia
M Chakars, EL Sweet
GeoJournal 79 (5), 649-663, 2014
82014
Locating migrant Latinas in a diverse economies framework: evidence from Chicago
EL Sweet
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (1), 55-71, 2016
62016
Response to “Letter to the Editors”: Action and Planning—Where Do We Draw the Line?
EL Sweet
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (2), 221-222, 2011
62011
From Ferguson to Charleston and beyond: Talking about race and diversity in the classroom
KM Turner, EL Sweet, E Fornaro
Communication Teacher 33 (1), 38-44, 2019
52019
‘A slow assassination of your soul’: Race, citizenship and gender identities in the borderlands of new economic places
EL Sweet, SS Lee, SO Escalante
Transnational Migration, Gender and Rights, 2012
52012
Modeling intimate partner violence and support systems
M Drigo, CR Ehlschlaeger, EL Sweet
Ecologist-Developed Spatially-Explicit Dynamic Landscape Models, 235-253, 2012
52012
Spy or feminist:“Grrrila” research on the margin
EL Sweet
Gender and the local-global nexus: Theory, research, and action, 2006
52006
Gender, violence, and the city of emotion
EL Sweet
The participatory city, 121-127, 2016
42016
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