Decolonial approaches to urban transport geographies: Introduction to the special issue

Astrid Wood, Wojciech Keblowski, Tauri Tuvikene

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Originele taal-2English
Artikelnummer102811
Aantal pagina's4
TijdschriftJournal of Transport Geography
Volume88
DOI's
StatusPublished - okt 2020

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Funding Information:
Astrid Wood’s research was supported by Newcastle University’s School of Geography, Sociology and Politics; Wojciech Kębłowski‘s research was supported by Innoviris, the Brussels Institute for Research and Innovation (grant numbers 2014-PRFB-16 and 2017-PRFB-17 ); and Tauri Tuvikene's research was supported by the Estonian Research Council grant PRG398 and by “Public transport as public space in European cities: Narrating, experiencing, contesting (PUTSPACE)” and the HERA Joint Research Programme.

Funding Information:
Astrid Wood's research was supported by Newcastle University's School of Geography, Sociology and Politics; Wojciech K?b?owski?s research was supported by Innoviris, the Brussels Institute for Research and Innovation (grant numbers 2014-PRFB-16 and 2017-PRFB-17); and Tauri Tuvikene's research was supported by the Estonian Research Council grant PRG398 and by ?Public transport as public space in European cities: Narrating, experiencing, contesting (PUTSPACE)? and the HERA Joint Research Programme.

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