I provide well organised classes drawing on best practice pedagogies. My research is community-driven and globally recognised.
Qualifications & Memberships
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.
- Gibson-Graham JK; Dombroski K (Ed.) (2020) The Handbook of Diverse Economies. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Peryman PB. and Dombroski K. (2021) Cultivating, Havening. E-Flux Architecture (June 2021).
- Dombroski K. (2020) Past caring? Women, work and emotionBarbaraBrookes, JaneMcCabe and AngelaWanhalla (eds.). Otago University Press, Dunedin, 2019. 288 pp. 978‐1‐98‐853134‐2. New Zealand Geographer 76(1): 87-88. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/nzg.12254.
- Dombroski K., Diprose G., Sharp E., Graham R., Lee L., Scobie M., Richardson S., Watkins A. and Martin-Neuninger R. (2020) Food for people in place: reimagining resilient food systems for economic recovery. Sustainability (Switzerland) 12(22): 1-17. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su12229369.
- Healy S., Scobie M. and Dombroski K. (2020) Grounded! COVID-19 and Recovering Postcapitalist Possibility in Place. Rethinking Marxism: a journal of economics, culture and society.