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Sarah Elwood University of Washington, USA

Sarah Elwood is a professor of geography at University of Washington and cofounder of the Relational Poverty Network with Victoria Lawson. Her research contributes to relational poverty studies, critical GIScience and digital geographies, visual politics and mixed methods, and urban geography. Current activities include research on poverty politics of creative activisms around homelessness, feminist and critical race theorizations of digital geographies, and a collaborative public scholarly project on horizons of critical poverty studies under emerging national populisms. She is the coeditor of Relational Poverty Politics (University of Georgia Press, 2018), Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge (Springer, 2012) and Qualitative GIS (SAGE, 2009) and author of journal articles in Progress in Human Geography, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, International Journal of Geographic Information Science, and others. She holds an MA and PhD in geography from the University of Minnesota and a BA in Geography from Macalester College.