A collaboration between the Universities of Exeter and Kingston (U.K.), Witwatersrand (South Africa), Hofstra (U.S.A.), Griffith (Australia) and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, the Cultures of the Suburbs IRN aims to further the scholarly, professional and public understanding of the cultures of the modern (post-1900) suburbs through international and interdisciplinary research. Launched in 2011, the project’s interests are transhistorical, international and cross-disciplinary. The Network facilitates research, organises events and conferences and fosters collaboration between scholars, community groups, professionals and other interested parties.
The Atlas of Suburbanisms is part of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Major Collaborative Research Initiative (MCRI): Global Suburbanisms: Governance, Land and Infrastructure in the 21st Century (2010-2017). Check out the main project site to see how our work links in with the other facets of the Global Suburbanisms project.
A joint collaboration between University of British Columbia (UBC), Université du Québec (INRS), University of Toronto and others, Neighbourhood Change is the online home for a large and growing initiative focussed on long term trends relating to socio-spatial and ethno-cultural polarization among urban neighbourhoods in Canada and in cities in similar nations.
Home to many of our project members, as well as the graduate students taking part in the Canadian Suburbanisms reading course.