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Jin Haritaworn

Transforming safety

Transforming safety

Thanks to the Movement for Black Lives and other anti-racist organizations in the city, we know that safety does not come from policing. But what really keeps us safe, from COVID and other crises? ​​And what do the alternative strategies of safety that are being innovated in queer and trans Black, Indigenous and people of

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Jin Haritaworn

Jin Haritaworn

Associate Professor in Gender, Race and Environment Credentials PhD (Sociology), London South Bank UniversityMA (Gender & Ethnic Studies), Greenwich UniversityBA (Thai & Development Studies), SOAS, London University Research Keywords Queer Theory; British Cultural Studies; Transnational Gender and Sexuality Studies; Critical Race, Ethnic and Migration Studies; Urban Studies; Queer of Colour Critique; Transgender Studies; Critical Intersectionality;

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Taking Space, Making Space: Digital Maps by Queers of Colour in Toronto

Taking Space, Making Space: Digital Maps by Queers of Colour in Toronto

The PI has been awarded funding under the Ontario government’s Early Researcher Awards program. The five-year study explores collective experiences of belonging and displacement among queer and trans Black people, Indigenous people and people of colour (QTBIPOC) who live, work or play in Toronto. Using digital maps, the study sheds light on alternative forms of

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Taking Space, Making Space: Digital Maps by Queers of Colour in Toronto

Taking Space, Making Space: Digital Maps by Queers of Colour in Toronto

Principal Investigator: Jinthana Haritaworn. Funding: Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities. Term: 2015-2021. The five-year study explores collective experiences of belonging and displacement among queer and trans Black people, Indigenous people and people of colour (QTBIPOC) who live, work or play in Toronto. Using digital maps, the study sheds light on alternative forms of taking

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