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Fauveaud, Gabriel

Research Fellow


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Fauveaud, Gabriel

Research expertise

Gabriel Fauveaud is assistant professor in at the Department of Geography and at the Center for Asian Studies at the University of Montreal. He holds a PhD in geography and urban studies from the Sorbonne University (2013). His current researches explore the socio-spatial and socio-political aspects of the urban spaces production in Global South cities. Gabriel Fauveaud is particularly interested by real estate, transnational urban planning, urban politics, private stakeholders, informality, and spatial justice. His publications can be found here.

Areas of expertise


Fauveaud G. (dir.), 2017, Les villes non-occidentales. Comprendre les enjeux de la diversité urbaine, Montréal, Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 186 p.

Fauveaud G., 2015, La production des espaces urbains à Phnom Penh. Pour une géographie sociale de l’immobilier, Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, 368 p.

Moser S., Fauveaud G., Cutts A., 2018, « Montreal: Towards a post-industrial reinvention », Cities,

Esposito A., Fauveaud G., 2018, « The atomization of heritage politics in post-colonial cities: The case of Phnom Penh, Cambodia », Environment and Planning C. Politics and Space,

Fauveaud G., 2016, « Residential Enclosure, Power and Relationality. Rethinking Sociopolitical Relations in Southeast Asian Cities », International Journal of Urban and Regional Research,


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