Here is a great collection for those interested in re-making the study of urban political ecology for the uneven, diversified, rich and crucial urbanisation we are part of.
Precarious Lives in the Global South: On Being Disabled in Guyana by Vera Chouinard
Street Theatre as Democratic Politics in Ahmedabad by Caleb Johnston and Dakxin Badinage
The Social Production of Latin@ Visibilities and Invisibilities: Geographies of Power in Small Town America by Adela C. Licona and Marta Maria Maldonado
Foodscapes and the Geographies of Poverty: Sustenance, Strategy, and Politics in an Urban Neighbourhood by Christiana Miewald and Eugene McCann
Subaltern Empowerment in the Geoweb: Tensions between Publicity and Privacy by Jason C. Young and Michael P. Gilmore
And our paper: Provincialising Urban Political Ecology: Towards a Situated UPE Through African Urbanism by Mary Lawhon, Henrik Ernstson and Jonathan Silver