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About nicholasjoncrane

Assistant Professor of Geography at University of Wyoming

Upcoming talk at University of Denver: “Politicizing Landscapes of Disappearance in Central Mexico”


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John Krygier on Matt Wilson’s ‘New Lines’

There are a number of stimulating reflections/provocations/proposals, etc., in this post by John Krygier about Matt Wilson’s New Lines. 

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“Fragments of an anti‐fascist geography” in political geography section of GECO

Geography Compass has just published Ant Ince‘s new article on anti-fascist geography in the journal’s political geography section, “Fragments of an anti‐fascist geography: Interrogating racism, nationalism, and state power.” We are looking ahead to some exciting publications in the coming months, … Continue reading

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Assistant Professor – Environment & Society / Haub School of ENR – University of Wyoming

The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources has announced a tenure-track job opportunity at the University of Wyoming. *** The Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming invites applications for Assistant Professor, with a focus on … Continue reading

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In Geography Compass, “Political Geography Section – Virtual Issue”

At Geography Compass, we are promoting the past decade of publishing in the Political Geography Section of the journal with free access to selected articles that Kevin Grove and I organized into a virtual special issue with an accompanying editorial … Continue reading

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Launch event in Mexico City for ‘Ejercicios de resistencia’

The artist David Hernández has organized a book project (Ejercicios de resistencia) and a convergence of artists whose work in 2018 is, in part, commemorating the events of 1968 in Mexico City. The Centro Cultural Universitario in Tlatelolco is hosting … Continue reading

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Editorial: An active role for political geography in our current conjuncture

*** Wiley has released the early view of our co-authored statement of an editorial direction for the political geography section of Geography Compass. In the essay, An active role for political geography in our current conjuncture, Kevin Grove and I describe … Continue reading

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