More Anarchist Geographies

On the heels of the special issues of Antipode and of ACME (below), Simon Springer’s “brief genealogy of anarchist geographies” was recently published in Geography Compass. A biographical note from Simon’s conclusion:

My experiences as a student left me with a real sense that geography was not so much about re-inscribing borders, reinforcing territories, and reifying demarcations, as it was about critically interrogating the limits of our geographical imaginations so that we might be liberated from the spatial circumscriptions of our own collective making.

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Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies at the University of Wyoming
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  1. Pingback: Democracy Against the State: Abensour and Anti-authoritarian Geographies | For Another Critique of the Pyramid

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