Fernando J Bosco
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The Madres de Plaza de Mayo and three decades of human rights' activism: Embeddedness, emotions, and social movements
FJ Bosco
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 96 (2), 342-365, 2006
Place, space, networks, and the sustainability of collective action: the Madres de Plaza de Mayo
FJ Bosco
Global Networks 1 (4), 307-329, 2001
Actor-network theory, networks, and relational approaches in human geography
FJ Bosco
Approaches to human geography, 136-146, 2006
Human rights politics and scaled performances of memory: conflicts among the Madres de Plaza de Mayo in Argentina
FJ Bosco
Social & Cultural Geography 5 (3), 381-402, 2004
Emotions that build networks: Geographies of human rights movements in Argentina and beyond
FJ Bosco
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 98 (5), 545-563, 2007
Play, work or activism? Broadening the connections between political and children's geographies
FJ Bosco
Children's Geographies 8 (4), 381-390, 2010
For not limiting emotional and affectual geographies: a collective critique of Steve Pile's' Emotions and affect in recent human geography'
GH Curti, SC Aitken, FJ Bosco, DD Goerisch
Transactions of the institute of British geographers 36 (4), 590-594, 2011
Focus groups as collaborative research performances
FJ Bosco, T Herman
The SAGE handbook of qualitative geography 220, 236, 2010
Thinking through networks and their spatiality: a critique of the US (public) war on terrorism and its geographic discourse
N Ettlinger, F Bosco
Antipode 36 (2), 249-271, 2004
Ethnic markets and community food security in an urban “food desert”
P Joassart-Marcelli, JS Rossiter, FJ Bosco
Environment and Planning a 49 (7), 1642-1663, 2017
Women and children in a neighborhood advocacy group: engaging community and refashioning citizenship at the United States–Mexico border
FJ Bosco, SC Aitken, T Herman
Gender, Place and Culture 18 (02), 155-178, 2011
Hungry children and networks of aid in Argentina: thinking about geographies of responsibility and care
FJ Bosco
Children's Geographies 5 (1-2), 55-76, 2007
11 Actor-Network Theory, Networks, and Relational Geographies
FJ Bosco
Approaches to Human Geography: Philosophies, theories, people and practices, 150, 2014
Participatory planning and children's emotional labor in the production of urban nature
FJ Bosco, P Joassart-Marcelli
Emotion, Space and Society 16, 30-40, 2015
Alternative food and gentrification: Farmers’ markets, community gardens and the transformation of urban neighborhoods
P Joassart-Marcelli, FJ Bosco
Just green enough, 92-106, 2017
Young people, border spaces and revolutionary imaginations
S Aitken, F Bosco, T Herman, K Swanson
Routledge, 2013
Alternative Food Projects, Localization and Neoliberal Urban Development. Farmers’ Markets in Southern California
P Joassart-Marcelli, FJ Bosco
Metropoles, 2014
State‐society relations and national development: a comparison of Argentina and Taiwan in the 1990s
FJ Bosco
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 22 (4), 623-642, 1998
Food and place: A critical exploration
P Joassart-Marcelli, FJ Bosco
Rowman & Littlefield, 2017
Gardens in the city: community, politics and place in San Diego, California.
FJ Bosco, P Joassart-Marcelli
Global urban agriculture, 50-65, 2017
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