Category Archives: Political Geography

“Re-thinking geoeconomics” in the political geography section of GECO

Geography Compass recently published Sami Moisio (University of Helsinki, Finland) in the political geography section, on a reinterpretation of geoeconomics as political geographies of knowledge‐intensive capitalism. ‘Re-thinking geoeconomics: Towards a political geograpy of economic geographies‘ is notable for putting IR … Continue reading

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CFP, ‘Anxieties of Empire: New Contexts, Shifting Perspectives,’ conference at Middlebury College

The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs, at Middlebury College, has circulated a Call for Papers for their Eighth Annual International and Interdisciplinary Conference, ‘Anxieties of Empire: New Contexts, Shifting Perspectives.’ Political geographers would certainly find a welcoming audience at this … Continue reading

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“Politicizing disappearance after Mexico’s ‘historic’ election” in Political Geography

The corrected proof of Politicizing disappearance after Mexico’s “historic” election, an essay with Oliver Gabriel Hernández Lara at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, is available in Political Geography (find it here and here). This is our first of … Continue reading

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“Anthropocene, Capitalocene, … Plantationocene?” in political geography section of GECO

Geography Compass recently published Janae Davis, Alex A. Moulton, Levi Van Sant, and Brian Williams in the political geography section, on a political-geographical approach to “the Plantationocene,” with a particular emphasis on neglected geographies of race and on practices of … Continue reading

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Support for “Banishing Ghosts and Building Solidarities in Central Mexico After the Long Sixties”

The Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research (WIHR) recently announced its support for a 2019-2020 cohort of faculty fellows. Among the projects supported was my work on the relationship between politics, identity, and space amidst the failures of late liberalism in … Continue reading

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

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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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