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Bruce is a Professor and Director of the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development. He is an Urban Planner and Geographer, and teaches in the International Development program. His research interests fall within the broad ambit of sustainable cities, and encompass the three related areas of human migration, urbanization and food security. In addition to leading the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Canadian Cities Index project, Bruce works in Sub-Saharan Africa and cities of the Global South.
- INDEV 100: Introduction to International Development
- INDEV 604: Sustainable Cities
- INDEV 617: Development Practice Field Course
Frayne, B. and C. McCordic. 2018. Food Swamps and Dietary Diversity: Longwave Development Implications in Southern African Cities. In special journal issue ‘Urban Food Deserts: Perspectives from the Global South.’ Sustainability. 10(12), 4425.
- McCordic, C., J. Crush and B. Frayne. 2018. Urban Shocks: The Relationship Between Food Prices and Food Security in Lesotho. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. February, 1-19.
- Crush, J., B. Frayne and C. McCordic. 2017. Urban Agriculture and Urban Food Insecurity in Maseru, Lesotho. Journal of Food Security. 5(2), 33-42.
- McCordic, C. and B. Frayne. 2017. Household vulnerability to food price increases: The 2008 crisis in urban Southern Africa. Geographical Research. 55 (2), 166-179.
- Frayne, B., J. Crush and C. McCordic (eds.). 2018. Food and Nutrition Security in Southern African Cities. Routledge, London. 256p.
- PhD - Geography, Queen's University
- MCRP - Planning, University of Cape Town
- BA - Geography and Sociology, University of Natal