Athens GA, USA, 28 May – 1 June 2007

The inaugural Institute was organised by Nik Heynen and hosted by the University of Georgia’s Department of Geography.

Click below to read the open access paper What’s Just? Afterthoughts on the Summer Institute in the Geographies of Justice 2007.

Plenary contributors


  • Andy Walter, West Georgia University
  • Anne-Marie Debbané, York University
  • Anu Sabhlok, Pennsylvania State University
  • Carrie Breitbach, Chicago State University
  • Christopher Niedt, University of California, Berkeley
  • Daniel Aaron Graham, University of California, Berkeley
  • Diana Ojeda, Clark University
  • Geoff Mann, Simon Fraser
  • Harold A. Perkins, Ohio University
  • Ipsita Chatterjee, Clark University
  • Jan Drahokoupil, Central European University, Budapest
  • Jen Gieseking, City University of New York
  • Jeremy Anderson, Queen Mary, University of London
  • Jill Harrison, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Kate Driscoll Derickson, Pennsylvania State University
  • Katherine McKittrick, Queen’s University
  • Laura Barraclough, Antioch University
  • Lisa Bhungalia, Syracuse University
  • Marion Traub-Werner, University of Minnesota
  • Pablo Mendez, University of British Columbia
  • Robin Jane Roff, Simon Fraser University
  • Sandra Koelle, University of Californai, Santa Cruz
  • Sandy Brown, University of California, Berkeley
  • Sara Koopman, University of British Columbia
  • Veronica Crossa, University College Dublin