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Athens GA, USA, 30 May – 3 June 2011

IGJ 2011

The third IGJ was organised by Nik Heynen and hosted by the Department of Geography at the University of Georgia.

You can read ‘Gleaning the Current Conjuncture: Notes from the 3rd Antipode Institute for the Geographies of Justice‘ by the Revolutionary Picnic Collective (a group that came together at IGJ3) online now – and it’s open access, so no subscription required.

Plenary contributors

Delegates

  • Aikaterini Nasioka, Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico
  • Anna Joo Kim, Pomona College
  • Birgul Kutan, University of Bristol
  • Brenda Baletti, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Brett Story, University of Toronto
  • Christian Anderson, City University of New York
  • David Hugill, York University
  • Ilona Moore, University of Minnesota
  • Emma Gaalaas Mullaney, Pennsylvania State University
  • Éva Tessza Udvarhelyi, City University of New York
  • Graham Pickren, University of Georgia
  • Heather McLean, York University
  • Ingrid M. Butler, Syracuse University
  • Jim Thatcher, Pennsylvania State University
  • Katie Mazer, University of Toronto
  • Katie Wells, Syracuse University
  • Manuel Lutz, Free University Berlin
  • Melissa Yang Rock, Pennsylvania State University
  • Mia Charlene White, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Orlando R. Serrano, Jr., University of Southern California
  • Peter Brogan, York University
  • Rachel Brahinsky, University of California, Berkeley
  • Roberta Hawkins, Clark University
  • Seth Gustafson, University of Georgia
  • Ståle Holgersen, Lund University
  • Stephen Larson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Teo Ballvé, University of California, Berkeley
  • Yousuf Al-Bulushi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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