Category Archives: Children’s Geographies

My review of Stuart Aitken’s “The Ethnopoetics of Space and Transformation”

My review of Stuart Aitken’s book The Ethnopoetics of Space and Transformation: Young People’s Engagement, Activism and Aesthetics has been published in Emotion, Space and Society, linked here. (Contact me for the full text if you do not have access.) … Continue reading

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Call for Papers on ‘reconstituting race in youth studies’

This call for papers on race in youth studies will be of interest to readers of the blog. *** YOUNG (Nordic Journal of Youth Research) Special Edition Open Call for Papers Reconstituting Race in Youth Studies The relationship between youth … Continue reading

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The semester begins, and a virtual special issue on Political Geographies of Childhood and Youth

The semester has started here at Ohio Wesleyan and I’ve now met all three of my classes. I am teaching introductory Cultural Geography, advanced Economic Geography, and an undergraduate seminar in Urban Geography. In addition to the typical reading/discussion format … Continue reading

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Call for Chapters: Geographies of Children’s Health and Wellbeing in Urban Environments

For readers of children’s geographies and/or geographies of young people, the following call for chapters will be of interest. *** Call for chapters: Geographies of Children’s Health and Wellbeing in Urban Environments Editors: Christina Ergler (Otago University), Robin Kearns (The … Continue reading

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