Author: Ophélie Véron

16 November 2022

Hodge, P., Mc Gregor, A., Springer, S., Véron, O., White, R., (eds.) (2022) Vegan Geographies: Spaces beyond Violence, Ethics beyond Speciesism, Lantern Publishing & Media. I am excited to share a new volume that I co-edited with my colleagues Paul Hodge (University of Newcastle), Andrew McGregor (Macquarie University), Simon Springer (University of Newcastle) and Richard J. White (University of […]

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7 February 2022

  Véron, O. and White, R. (2021) « Anarchism, Feminism and Veganism: A Convergence of Struggles « , In: S. Springer, J. Mateer, M. Locret-Collet and M. Acker (eds.) Undoing Human Supremacy Anarchist: Political Ecology in the Face of Anthroparchy, Rowman & Littlefield, 65-88. I am excited to share a new book chapter, published in October 2021 and co-authored with Richard […]

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16 June 2021

Véron, O. (2021) ‘Neoliberalising the divided city’, Political Geography, 89 (August). doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2021.102428. I am excited to share a new research paper, published this month in Political Geography. This paper examines the relation between ethno-nationalism and neoliberalism in urban space. Contrary to common views in urban studies, it argues that the ‘ethno-nationally divided city’ and the ‘neoliberal […]

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17 March 2021

I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellowship by the European Commission. This research fellowship will allow me to develop the JUSTGREEN Cities project, aka. ‘Just and Green Cities: An Intersectional Perspective on Urban Agriculture and Roma Inclusion in Europe’. The project will start in Spring 2022 and will be […]

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