Lindsay Stephens, Assistant Professor CLTA
U of T St. George
Geography (and Collaborative Program in Women's Studies), University of Toronto
MScPl, University of Toronto
BA, Anthropology, University of British Columbia
Room 5063, Sidney Smith Hall
100 St. George St.
Toronto, ON M5S 3G3
Phone: (416) 978-3236
- Social justice and social planning
- Political subjectivity, place-based relations, micropolitics
- Qualitative research methods, community engaged research
- Culture, emotion, affect and the body
- Accessibility and Disability
Teaching This Academic Year:
PLA 1107Y Current Issues Paper
PLA 1101 Planning History, Thought and Practice
JPG 452 Space, Power, Geography
Stephens, L. (2019). Becoming acrobat, becoming academic: an affective, autoethnographic inquiry into collective practices of knowing and becoming. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies. 19(4), 264-274.
Stephens, L., Spalding, K., Aslam, H., Scott, H., Ruddick, S., Young, N., McKeever, P. (2017). Inaccessible childhoods: Evaluating accessibility in homes, schools and neighbourhoods with disabled children. Children’s Geographies, 15(5), 583-599.
Stephens, L., Scott, H., Aslam, H., Yantzi, N., Young, N., Ruddick, S., McKeever, P. (2015). The accessibility of elementary schools in Ontario, Canada: Not making the grade. Children, Youth and Environments, 25(2), 153-175.
Stephens, L. (2015). The economic lives of circus ‘artists’: Canadian circus performers and the new economy. Canadian Journal of Communication, 40(2), 243-260.
Stephens, L., Ruddick, S., McKeever, P. (2015). Disability and Deleuze: An exploration of becoming and embodiment in children’s everyday environments. Body and Society, 21(2), 194-220.