Free access to “‘To see things in an objective light’: the Dakota Access Pipeline and the ongoing construction of settler colonial landscapes”

Journal of Cultural Geography is providing free access to my co-authored article with Guillaume Proulx, previously described in this post from last year. The map, above, is part of the article. This work comes from our ongoing collaboration on settler colonial landscapes in North America, from which I will present a paper at the upcoming American Association of Geographers meeting in Denver.

About nicholasjoncrane

Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies at the University of Wyoming
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