Natalie Osborne
Natalie Osborne
School of Environment and Science, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Intersectionality and kyriarchy: A framework for approaching power and social justice in planning and climate change adaptation
N Osborne
Planning Theory 14 (2), 130-151, 2015
832015
Neoliberalism, Mineral Development and Indigenous People: a framework for analysis
C Howlett, M Seini, D McCallum, N Osborne
Australian Geographer 42 (3), 309-323, 2011
552011
For still possible cities: a politics of failure for the politically depressed
N Osborne
Australian Geographer 50 (2), 145-154, 2019
322019
Recognition of Barkandji Water Rights in Australian Settler-Colonial Water Regimes
LD Hartwig, S Jackson, N Osborne
Resources 7 (1), 16-26, 2018
282018
Resisting the 'employability' doctrine through anarchist pedagogies and prefiguration
N Osborne, D Grant-Smith
Australian Universities' Review 59 (2), 59-69, 2017
212017
Constructing the cycling citizen: A critical analysis of policy imagery in Brisbane, Australia
N Osborne, D Grant-Smith
Journal of Transport Geography 64, 44-53, 2017
192017
Supporting mindful planners in a mindless system: limitations to the emotional turn in planning practice
N Osborne, D Grant-Smith
Town Planning Review 86 (6), 677-698, 2015
182015
Trends in Aboriginal water ownership in New South Wales, Australia: The continuities between colonial and neoliberal forms of dispossession
LD Hartwig, S Jackson, N Osborne
Land Use Policy 99, 104869, 2020
132020
Dealing with discomfort: how the unspeakable confounds wicked planning problems
D Grant-Smith, N Osborne
Australian Planner 53 (1), 46-53, 2016
122016
Managing the challenges of combining mobilities of care and commuting: an Australian perspective
D Grant-Smith, N Osborne, L Johnson
Community, Work & Family 20 (2), 201-210, 2017
102017
It's the Lungfish, stupid: knowledge fights, activism, and the science–policy interface
EA Morgan, N Osborne
Geographical Research 54 (4), 365-376, 2016
72016
Studio teaching in Australian planning curriculum
K Vella, N Osborne, S Mayere, D Baker
Planning, politics and people: Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand …, 2014
62014
The city under COVID‐19: podcasting as digital methodology
D Rogers, M Herbert, C Whitzman, E McCann, PJ Maginn, B Watts, ...
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 111 (3), 434-450, 2020
42020
Intersectionality and Indigenous Peoples in Australia: Experiences with Engagement in Native Title and Mining
N Osborne, C Howlett, D Grant-Smith
The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy, 389-411, 2019
42019
Transport and workplace accessibility: Routes to improved equity
D Grant-Smith, N Osborne, P Marinelli
Overcoming challenges to gender equality in the workplace, 107-123, 2017
42017
Water colonialism and Indigenous water justice in south-eastern Australia
LD Hartwig, S Jackson, F Markham, N Osborne
International Journal of Water Resources Development, 1-34, 2021
22021
Multispecies sustainability
CDD Rupprecht, J Vervoort, C Berthelsen, A Mangnus, N Osborne, ...
Global Sustainability 3, 2020
22020
What ongoing staff can do to support precariously employed colleagues
J Ford, J Ison, L McKenzie, F Cannizzo, LR Mayhew, N Osborne, B Cooke
Australian Universities' Review 62 (1), 57-62, 2020
22020
Human rights to the city: urban ecologies and Indigenous justice
N Osborne, A Carlson, C Butler
Elgar Encyclopedia of Environmental Law, 436-446, 2019
22019
A column of one’s own: putting women on the pages of the RAPI Journal, 1977–1982
D Grant-Smith, N Osborne
Australian Planner 54 (1), 51-58, 2017
22017
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