Funding period: 1 August 2007 – 31 December 2009
Type of funding: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
Dr Sophie Bond is a Senior Lecturer in human geography at the University of Otago, and prior to that spent three years as a lecturer in environmental studies at Victoria University of Wellington. Their research explores environmental politics and justice associated with cultures of neoliberal capitalism, including community responses to climate change and urban sustainability.
Bond, S., and Kindon, S. (2013). ‘Working with Doreen Downunder: Antipodean trajectories’. Featherstone D. & Painter J. (eds) Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey. Wiley Blackwell: Oxford.
Massey, D., Featherstone, D., Bond, S., & Painter, J. (2013). ‘“Stories So Far”: A conversation with Doreen Massey’. Featherstone D. & Painter J. (eds) Spatial Politics: Essays for Doreen Massey. Wiley Blackwell: Oxford.
Paddison, R., Keenan, M., and Bond, S. (2012). ‘Fostering inter-cultural dialogue – visionary intentions and the realities of a dedicated public space’, People Place and Policy Online, 6/3: 122–32. DOI: 10.3351/ppp.0006.0003.0002
The SIGJ2 Writing Collective. (2012). ‘What Can We Do? The Challenge of Being New Academics in Neoliberal Universities’, Antipode, 44/4: 1055–8. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8330.2012.01011.x
Bond, S. (2011). ‘Being in Myth and Community: Resistance, Lived Existence, and Democracy in a North England Mill Town’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 29/5: 780–802. DOI: 10.1068/d0909
Bond, S. (2011). ‘Negotiating a “democratic ethos”: moving beyond the agonistic – communicative divide’, Planning Theory, 10/2: 161–86. DOI: 10.1177/1473095210383081
Massey, D., Bond, S., and Featherstone, D. (2009). ‘The Possibilities of a Politics of Place Beyond Place? A Conversation with Doreen Massey’, Scottish Geographical Journal, 125/3–4: 401–20. DOI: 10.1080/14702540903364443