4 May

Geographical Review Preview: THE RISE OF CRAFT BREWING INDUSTRY IN QUÉBEC’S PERIPHERAL REGIONS (CANADA): LOCATION, NEO-LOCALISM AND COMMUNITY BUILDING

Local development, especially in outlying or declining regions, is a perennial issue. “Neolocalism,” a combined marketing and community-building approach, draws upon and strengthens local identity and culture to create unique products, to bolster tourism and place branding, but also as...
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8 Feb

Geographical Review Preview: ANALYZING THE LATIN AMERICAN CITY MODEL’S OMISSIONS IN STUDIES OF SEGREGATION IN INTERMEDIARY CITIES’ PERIPHERAL TERRITORIES: THE CASE OF MORELIA, MEXICO

The Latin American City Model has been a reference in regional segregation studies since the early twenty-first century. Despite over 20 years of continuous use, its approach has not accounted for the characteristics and processes relating to segregation in peripheral...
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