Researcher

Dr Kelly Dombroski


I am a geographer and researcher at the University of Canterbury specialising in community economies, development studies, feminist economics and geography and alternative economic geography. I am a member of the community economies collective and am planning a project mapping the diverse economy of Christchurch including the community sector.

Key Publications

Dombroski, K. (forthcoming, accepted for publication). MULTIPLYING POSSIBILITIES: A POSTDEVELOPMENT APPROACH TO HYGIENE AND SANITATION IN NORTHWEST CHINA. Asia Pacific Viewpoint.

Dombroski, K. 2013 ‘Always engaging with others: Assembling an Antipodean, hybrid economic geography collective’ in Dialogues in Human Geography. Pp217-221.

Dombroski, K. 2011 ‘Embodying Research: Maternal bodies, fieldwork, and knowledge production in northwest China’ Graduate Journal of Asia Pacific Studies Vol 7(2):19-29.

Morrow, O., and Dombroski, K. (in press) Enacting a Post-Capitalist Politics through the sites and practices of life’s work. in K. Strauss and K. Meehan. (eds) Precarious Worlds: New Geographies of Social Reproduction. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press.

Dombroski, K. (forthcoming, accepted with changes) SEEING DIVERSITY, MULTIPLYING POSSIBILITY: My journey from post-feminism to postdevelopment with JK Gibson-Graham. In W. Harcourt (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook for Gender and Development. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dombroski, K 2008 ‘The whole nine villages: local level development through mass tourism in Jiuzhaigou’ in John Connell and Barbara Rugendyke (eds) Tourism at the Grass Roots: Visitors and Villagers in the Asia Pacific. Routledge: Abingdon.

Ethnic Group
New Zealand European
Qualifications
Bachelor Degree, Masters Degree, PhD or Doctorate, All Researchers
Professional Memberships
Community Economies CollectiveInstitute of Australian Geographers
Area of Expertise
Non-profit Sector, Volunteering / Mahi Aroha, Families/ Whānau & Parenting, Social Services, Women / Wāhine, Community Development, Cultural Diversity, Health & Wellbeing, Asian, Poverty & Wealth
Location/s
Canterbury
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