Follow
Elizabeth L. Sweet
Elizabeth L. Sweet
University of Mass Boston Urban Planning and Community Development
Verified email at umb.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Bringing bodies into planning: Visceral methods, fear and gender violence
EL Sweet, S Ortiz Escalante
Urban Studies 52 (10), 1826-1845, 2015
1842015
Planning responds to gender violence: Evidence from Spain, Mexico and the United States
EL Sweet, S Ortiz Escalante
Urban Studies 47 (10), 2129-2147, 2010
872010
Visceral geographies of whiteness and invisible microaggressions
P Shangrila
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 14 (1), 298-323, 2015
782015
Engaging territorio cuerpo-tierra through body and community mapping: a methodology for making communities safer
ELSSO Escalante
Gender Place and Culture, 2016
72*2016
Cultural humility: An open door for planners to locate themselves and decolonize planning theory, education, and practice
E Sweet
E-Journal of Public Affairs 7 (2), 2018
622018
Identity, culture, land, and language: stories of insurgent planning in the Republic of Buryatia, Russia
EL Sweet, M Chakars
Journal of Planning Education and Research 30 (2), 198-209, 2010
562010
Commentary: Diversity in urban planning education and practice
EL Sweet, HF Etienne
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (3), 332-339, 2011
502011
Carceral feminism: Linking the state, intersectional bodies, and the dichotomy of place
EL Sweet
Dialogues in Human Geography 6 (2), 202-205, 2016
492016
Better than text? Critical reflections on the practices of visceral methodologies in human geography
AE Sexton, A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet, M Miele, J Ash
Geoforum 82, 200-201, 2017
462017
Whose adequacy?(Re) imagining food security with displaced women in Medellín, Colombia
A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet
Agriculture and human values 32, 373-384, 2015
422015
Latina kitchen table planning saving communities: Intersectionality and insurgencies in an anti-immigrant city
EL Sweet
Local environment 20 (6), 728-743, 2015
182015
Reversing the gaze, insiders out, outsiders in: Stories from the ivory tower and the field
EL Sweet, R Sanders, DM Peters
Journal of Urban Affairs 43 (7), 1028-1041, 2021
102021
Locating migrant Latinas in a diverse economies framework: Evidence from Chicago
EL Sweet
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (1), 55-71, 2016
102016
Migrant women's safety: framing, policies, and practice
S Ortiz Escalante, EL Sweet
Building Inclusive Cities: Women's safety and the right to the city, 216, 2013
10*2013
Modeling intimate partner violence and support systems
M Drigo, CR Ehlschlaeger, EL Sweet
Ecologist-developed spatially-explicit dynamic landscape models, 235-253, 2012
102012
Pollution inequality 50 years after the Clean Air Act: the need for hyperlocal data and action
Y Zhang, SJ Smith, M Bell, A Mueller, M Eckelman, S Wylie, EL Sweet, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (PNNL-SA-160452), 2021
92021
Anti-Blackness/Nativeness and erasure in Mexico: Black feminist geographies and Latin American decolonial dialogues for US urban planning
EL Sweet
Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City 2 (1), 78-92, 2021
92021
Response to “Letter to the Editors”: Action and Planning—Where Do We Draw the Line?
EL Sweet
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (2), 221-222, 2011
92011
From Ferguson to Charleston and beyond: Talking about race and diversity in the classroom
KM Turner, EL Sweet, E Fornaro
Communication Teacher 33 (1), 38-44, 2019
82019
Professional women and the economic practices of success and survival before and after regime change: diverse economies and restructuring in the Russian Republic of Buryatia
M Chakars, EL Sweet
GeoJournal 79, 649-663, 2014
82014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20