Turner, Sarah

McGill University

Sarah Turner is a Professor of Geography at McGill University. Her research focuses on how individuals in Southeast Asia who are somehow marginalised, be it economically, politically, or due to ethnicity or gender, respond to state interventions in their lives and livelihoods and the everyday politics and resistance tactics individuals form in response.


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    Introduction There are currently 295 cities designated as members of the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Creative Cities Network, an initiative launched in 2004 (Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports). These cities are expected to “work together towards a common objective: placing creativity and cultural industries at the...Read more