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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“For ‘Peace, Quiet, and Respect’: Race, Policing, and Land Grabbing on Chicago’s South Side” – winner of the 2018 Clyde Woods Black Geographies Specialty Group Graduate Student Paper Award

Published in Antipode 53(2) in March 2021, Teona Williams’ “For ‘Peace, Quiet, and Respect’: Race, Policing, and Land Grabbing on Chicago’s South Side” won the Clyde Woods Black...
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Intervention – “This Thing of Caring”

Ailie Rutherford; https://ailierutherford.com A lot has been written about care this last year. As multiple crises unfold and we work out how to reorganise our lives, both online and off, to...
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