Intervention – “The (In)Visible Student Body: Covid-19 and the Embodiment of International Mobilities”

Johanna L. Waters, University College London; johanna.waters@ucl.ac.uk I want to discuss the invisibility of the international student body in the West and how Covid-19 has rendered it, at...
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Intervention – “Don’t Save ‘the World’; Embrace a Pluriverse!”

Saurabh Arora (s.arora@sussex.ac.uk) and Andy Stirling (a.c.stirling@sussex.ac.uk), Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex The United Nations completed 75 years on 24 October...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Include Tenant Rights and the Right to Housing in the Call for Abolition”

In preparation for the conclusion of Michigan’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium, Michigan’s Supreme Court issued Administrative Order No. 2020-17 outlining the priority scheduling of upcoming...
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Commoning the City – Ash Amin, Massimo De Angelis, Shannon Mattern, and Richard Sennett in conversation with Michal Huss and Konstantinos Pittas

***A downloadable version of the following conversation is available here*** On 12-13 June 2020 we held an online conference in association with the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Un Niño Una Radio”

In Peru, the national COVID-19 lockdown began on Sunday 16 March 2020. In Iquitos, the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon and the largest city in the world that cannot be reached by car, the...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Representation Matters”

“AK Kritische Geographie Dresden” are a group of geographers trying to bridge academic discourse and political work. Most of our comments and analyses are published on our blog...
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Intervention – “Transitioning From Hope to Optimism and Back Again”

Hanna A. Ruszczyk (Durham University; h.a.ruszczyk@durham.ac.uk) and Ramjee Bhandari (University of Glasgow; ramjee.bhandari@glasgow.ac.uk) Introduction In this Intervention, we consider...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “An International Student in America”

To be an international student in America is a privilege that comes with loneliness, or at least it did three decades ago. Before Charlottesville was marked by an outpouring of hate, it was a small...
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Conjunctural Insurrections – “Ollas Comunes, the People’s Kitchens”

In Chile, the extent of disparities is neither new nor surprising, and it was one of the issues raised and mobilised by millions of people who took the streets since the beginning of the social...
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Intervention – “On the Function of ‘Crisis’ for Stateless Rohingya”

Patrick DeSutter, 2019-2020 Malini Chowdhury Fellow in Bangladesh Studies, University of California, Berkeley; pjdesutter@berkeley.edu On 5 September, the Bangladesh military escorted a group...
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