- ‘Landscapes of Disappearance’ in Mexico — our new article, and a video
- My father, Howard Grant Crane (1941-2021)
- “Geographies of capital punishment” published in the political geography section of Geography Compass
- New article with Zoe Pearson: “Liberation” as a political horizon amidst the coronavirus pandemic in the United States
- “In defence of the hearing?” published in the political geography section of Geography Compass
- “Using ethnography and assemblage theory in political geography” published in the political geography of GECO
- “The anti‐geopolitical cinematic eye” published in the political geography section of GECO
- “On geopolitics and education” published in the political geography section of GECO
Category Archives: 1968
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
I will be participating remotely in this conference later this month in Mexico City. More information can be found here.
I am giving a talk today as part of the Department of Geography Lunch Speaker Series at the University of Wyoming. The talk will inform my short article in preparation for the Journal of Latin American Geography.
Presenters made it to Middlebury for the conference (I discuss it in a previous post) despite the nor’easter. (I could not arrive because of the weather but will present remotely this afternoon.) The conference organizers produced a video of Tamar … Continue reading
I am working with other members of the Latin American Studies Working Group (Drs. Zoe Pearson, Camilo Jaramillo, and Carolyne Larson) to launch our interdisciplinary Latin American Studies programming at the University of Wyoming. From February 27 to March 1, … Continue reading
The organizers for the “1968, Fifty Years of Struggles” conference at Middlebury College have posted information about the conference including the schedule of presentations, and biographies and abstracts of the presenters. I will present a paper from my Between Repression … Continue reading
This coming year, 2018 will be an opportunity to mark the fiftieth anniversary of 1968. On the thirtieth anniversary, Immanuel Wallerstein sought to coordinate the disparate events of that year into an identifiable “single revolution.” On the fortieth anniversary, others, … Continue reading