Dr. Serena Kataoka

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Assistant Professor / Faculty of Arts and Science - Social Welfare and Social Development
Position
Full-time Faculty
Office
A308
Extension
4226
Website
About
Serena Kataoka has a PhD in Political Science from the University of Victoria. Threading through Serena's academic teaching and research, community-based work, and artistic interventions is a commitment to improving our ways of living together here – on Nipissing territory in particular, and in our emergent global milieu.​<p>For further information on Dr. Kataoka, see hercurriculum vitae​.​
Education
BA, Trent University
MA, University of Victoria
PhD, University of Victoria
Research
Publications

​​Journal Articles

Kataoka, Serena. 2009. “Vancouverism: Actualizing the Livable City Paradox.” Berkeley Planning Journal 22: 42-57. 

Chapters in Edited Books 

Kataoka, Serena, and Warren Magnusson. 2011. “Immigrant Settlement Policy in British Columbia.” In Immigrant Settlement Policy in Canadian Municipalities, edited by Erin Tolley and Robert Young, 241-94. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 

Kataoka, Serena. 2009. “‘Posty’ Urban Political Theory.” In Theories of Urban Politics, 2nd ed., edited by Jonathan S. Davies and David L. Imbroscio, 73-87. London: Sage.