Over three podcasts, we revisit the year’s critical urban discussions on topics and ideas ranging from transportation along Vancouver’s Broadway corridor, the degradation of work in postindustrial urban economies, gentrification in Vancouver’s Chinatown, feminist urban futures and social movements, the making of Stanley Park, arts and cultural spaces, and much more.
In Part III of the 2013 Year in Review, former city councillor and
Women Transforming Cities founder Ellen Woodsworth discusses the major issues from the past year.
Part III (featuring Ellen Woodsworth)
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Sociologist Renisa Mawani on colonial practices and the making of Stanley Park
UBC Sociology Professor
Renisa Mawani traces the ways in which colonial and imperial power have historically been inscribed in the land now known as Stanley Park.
This podcast is part two of the three-part Making Stanley Park series, which critically reflects on Stanley Park’s 125th Anniversary.
It was originally broadcast on CiTR 101.9 FM on October 8, 2013. Listen to
Part I and Part III of the series.