Intervention – “Precarity, Transactions, Insecure Attachments: Reflections on Participating in Degrees of Abuse”

by Emma Cardwell and Esther Hitchen Decisions, Part 1 I was sitting on my bed when my phone lit up. I recognised the area code straight away – it must be the University, I thought....
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Intervention – “Arendtian Geopolitics after the 2021 UK Defence Review”

Ivana Bevilacqua (King’s College London) Leila Dawney (University of Exeter) Jay Emery (University of Sheffield) Daanish Mustafa (King’s College London) Julian Shaw (King’s...
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A layered image composed of four encounters with water offered by each of the CritRest Collective. A mossy log alongside iridescent water is layered with the ripples of coastal delta waters, floating ice patches on a frozen lake, and a muddy stream with a tree-lined reflection.

Symposium: Critical Restoration Geographies

Introduction – Meandering through Critical Restoration Geographies: A Reading Group Collective The CritRest Collective – Christian Keeve (University of Kentucky), Erin Clancy (University of...
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Intervention – “Impermanence: On Frantz Fanon’s Geographies”

Julia Aguiar, Afsheen Chowdhury, Misha Falk, Lizzy Hinds-Heuglin, Aakriti Kapoor, Yaniya Lee, Katherine McKittrick, Milka Njoroge, Channon Oyeniran, Nat Rambold and Victoria Valliere (Queen’s...
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Intervention – “Ethical Minoritarianism, and How it Helps to Build a Planetary Commons”

Oli Mould (Royal Holloway, University of London) The following Intervention is an adapted extract from Seven Ethics Against Capitalism: Towards a Planetary Commons, published by Polity in July...
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Intervention – “Sedimentary Justice: A Planetary Politics of Shifting Sediment”

Kate Dawson, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science Earth-Moving The geography of the Earth has never been stable. As the deep history of...
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Intervention – “Block the Boat, Float the Flotilla: Palestine, Surplus, and Solidarity”

Nikolas Kosmatopoulos, American University of Beirut / Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton “Non carichiamo armi per Israele” (“We do not load arms for Israel”) was the...
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Intervention – “Gramsci at the Delhi Border: Indian Farmers and the Revolution against Inevitability”

Navyug Gill (Department of History, William Paterson University) In October 1917, a young Italian communist named Antonio Gramsci observed the Russian Revolution from afar with a mixture...
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Intervention – “Governance of the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Masking Reveals for Cognisant Citizenship and the Potential for Biopolitics-from-Below

by Mark Whitehead (Aberystwyth University) and Kelvin Mason (para-academic) In this essay we critique the governance of the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic via examining the measure of...
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Towards a Critical Glossary of Extraction: An Interview with Martín Arboleda

The following interview with political geographer Martín Arboleda was carried out as part of the “Beyond Extraction” (BE) project – a venue for researchers, writers, artists, and activists to...
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