Kelly Dombroski

Kelly Dombroski

Human Geography
Beatrice Tinsley Rm 313
Internal Phone: 94101
I provide well organised classes drawing on best practice pedagogies. My research is community-driven and globally recognised.

Qualifications & Memberships

Research Interests

My research work is in community development in Asia-Pacific. I use qualitative research methods to investigate diverse economies and community economies, the things people do to support their livelihoods that are usually ignored by economists. I publish in the areas of feminist geography, community economies, diverse economies, and urban commons.

Recent Publications

  • Gibson-Graham JK; Dombroski K (Ed.) (2020) The Handbook of Diverse Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Do Thi H. and Dombroski K. (2022) Diverse more-than-human approaches to climate change adaptation in Thai Binh, Vietnam. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 63(1): 25-39.
  • Dombroski K., Duojie C. and McKinnon K. (2022) Surviving well: From diverse economies to community economies in Asia-Pacific. Asia Pacific Viewpoint 63(1): 5-11.
  • Olin CV., Berghan J., Thompson-Fawcett M., Ivory V., Witten K., Howden-Chapman P., Duncan S., Ka'ai T., Yates A. and O'Sullivan KC. (2022) Inclusive and collective urban home spaces: The future of housing in Aotearoa New Zealand. Wellbeing, Space and Society 3
  • Yates A., Dombroski K. and Dionisio R. (2022) Dialogues for well being in an ecological emergency: Wellbeing-led governance frameworks and transformative Indigenous tools. Dialogues in Human Geography