A Radical Geography Community
Antipode’s biennial Institute for the Geographies of Justice (IGJ) provides an exciting opportunity to engage leading edge theoretical, methodological, and research-practice issues in the field of radical geography and social justice (both broadly defined), along with a range of associated professional and career development matters.
These international meetings are specifically designed to meet the needs of new researchers, taking the form of intensive, interactive workshops for 25 participants. They include facilitated discussion groups, debates and panels, training and skills development modules, and plenary sessions.
Topics for the meetings include: defining radical/critical geographies; models of engagement broadly/models of activist-scholarship specifically; interdisciplinary radical work; producing public geographies; locating the boundaries of “the geographies of justice”; the institutional cultures of radical geography; interdisciplinary dialogue and radical geography; how to teach radical geographies; publishing radical geographies; and mapping the future of radical/critical geographies.
For more information, including how to apply, please click here.