Category Archives: Young People, Politics, Youth Culture

Sarah Minter retrospective in Mexico City begins tomorrow

A retrospective on the work of filmmaker Sarah Minter begins tomorrow in Mexico City at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo at UNAM (MUAC). See the flyer (or the MUAC website) for a schedule. Minter’s semi-documentary films on the punk scene … 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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Four decades later, a reading by the Infrarealists in Mexico City

On Tuesday night in the Multiforo Alicia, only a short walk from where I’m staying in Roma Sur (Mexico City), I attended a poetry reading by several members of the Infrarrealistas (Infrarealists), a literary movement best known to contemporary readers … Continue reading

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