A network of scholars, activists and practitioners around the concept of Spatial Justice
The Spatial Justice Network seeks to develop an international and interdisciplinary Spatial Justice community to advance the theory of spatial justice through the development of concepts and methods by which spatial justice can be explored individually and comparatively. This network builds upon existing (but limited) research on spatial justice through the inclusion of scholars/researchers engaged in spatial justice research from across the globe. Through a united, directed and organised network the goal of advancing the field of study related to spatial justice can be reached.
This network is an initiative from , Dr. Russell M. Smith, Professor of Geography in the Department of History, Politics & Social Justice at Winston-Salem State University and Faculty Lead for the Spatial Justice Studio at the Center for Design Innovation, and Dr. Roberto Rocco, Associate Professor of Spatial Planning and Strategy at the Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands and co-leader of the Complex Cities of the Global South, within the Complex Cities Design and Research Studio (led by Dr. Verena Balz).
Spatial Justice NetworkTweet