Fran Klodawsky, Carleton University

Associate Professor Geography and Environmental Studies Ottawa, Ontario fran_klodawsky@carleton.ca Mobile: (613) 722-3484
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Bio/Research

Dr. Klodawsky is Full Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University. Her areas of expertise include: public policy and social inclusion/exclusion in cities, especially in relation to housing, and feminist perspectives on cities, on community organizing,...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Klodawsky is Full Professor in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University. Her areas of expertise include: public policy and social inclusion/exclusion in cities, especially in relation to housing, and feminist perspectives on cities, on community organizing, on housing and on homelessness. Her work utilizes both quantitative and qualitative methods within a collaborative, community-based framework. Currently (June 2012-15), she is the Principal Investigator of a SSHRC funded project titled “Intersectionality in Practice: Feminist Theory and Urban Governance”, and she also led a previous SSHRC funded study (May 2008-12), titled “Learning Through Difference”. She was the Co-PI of the Panel Study on Homelessness in Ottawa, the first large-scale longitudinal survey of homeless persons in Canada. Recent publications include: “Gendered livelihoods and inclusive cities” (2012) in Carolyn Whitzman et. al., Building Inclusive Cities: Women's Safety and the right to the city”, Earthscan/Routledge, pp. 19-34; “Home Spaces and Rights to the City: Thinking Social Justice for Chronically Homeless Women”, Urban Geography (2009); “ 'Choosing' participatory research: partnerships in time-space”, Environment and Planning A (2007); and “Landscapes on the margins: gender and homelessness in Canada, Gender Place and Culture (2006). Fran Klodawsky is on the boards of Multifaith Housing Initiative and Women in Cities International. She is also on the Steering Committees of the Alliance to End Homelessness in Ottawa and City for All Women Initiative.



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