Intervention – “Is Legal Technology a New ‘Moment’ in the Law and Development Trajectory?”

Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, University of Oslo

Introduction This intervention addresses an emergent field of inquiry for critical geography, namely the transnational dissemination of legal technology for rule of law purposes. Whereas critical...
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“This present relationship and its beauty…”: Indigenous Youth Activism and Desire-based Research in the Postcolonial Caribbean

Levi Gahman (University of Liverpool, UK), Adaeze Greenidge (Independent Researcher, Trinidad and Tobago) and the Julian Cho Society Youth Planning Team (Belize): Seferina Miss, Roberto Kus, Rosita...
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On the edge of Europe: The violence and filth of a camp in Bosnia defines the EU’s legacy on refugees

Thom Davies (University of Nottingham), Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik (Aston University) and Arshad Isakjee (University of Liverpool) Overlooked by the forested peaks of the Dinaric mountains on the...
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Intervention – “Material Diagnostics: Rupture and Repair at the DSA Brake Light Clinic”

Peter Timko (

Writing in the online television and media studies journal Flow, media scholar Lisa Parks describes the work of Berian Menyani, a self-taught technician who makes a living repairing radios, mobile...
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Excess and the Outsides of Capitalism – A Conversation with Vinay Gidwani, Cindi Katz and Neferti Tadiar

Organised by Jessica Dempsey and Geraldine Pratt, UBC,

***A downloadable version of the following conversation is available here*** For decades now feminists from all over the world have rethought capitalism beyond the limitations of orthodox and...
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Intervention – “Beyond Disaster Capitalism: Dismantling the Infrastructure of Extraction in Puerto Rico’s Neo-Plantation Economy”

Joaquín Villanueva (Gustavus Adolphus College; and Martín Cobián (City University of New York)

A new colonial administration is shocking the nation. The Financial Oversight and Management Board (FOMB), a Congress-appointed body responsible for managing the Island’s finances, has restructured...
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“Let Justice Roll Down Like Waters”: The Role of Spirituality in African American Environmental Activism in the US South

The application deadline for this year’s Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards is looming large – 31 May 2019. This is the seventh year the Awards have...
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Intervention – “Shrinking Worlds: Austerity and Depression”

Esther Hitchen, Durham University;
Ian Shaw, University of Glasgow;

Introduction A park closed, a library shut, or a social housing estate left to ruin. Austerity has dramatically altered the geographies of everyday life. Consider the 2019 Bureau of Investigative...
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Intervention – “The Other Side of The Tracks: Contested Space, Commemoration, and Erasure”

David S. Rotenstein, Ph.D. Historian/Folklorist

The Talbot Avenue Bridge is contested space. The metal girder bridge was built in 1918 to span the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks in Silver Spring, an unincorporated community in Montgomery...
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Intervention – “On the Uses of Geography in a Moment of Rising Fascism”

Johan Pries, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet / Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences The stakes of grasping how the far Right operates have not been higher for a long time. Hard Right racism is...
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