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Teo Ballvé’s: http://www.teoballve.com/

Clive Barnett’s Pop Theory: http://clivebarnett.wordpress.com/

Justin Beaumont’s Enlightened Cityhttp://www.justinbeaumont.com/enlightenedcity/

Oliver Belcher’s Darpa Dreaming: http://darpadreaming.tumblr.com/

Megan Blake’s GeoFoodie: http://geofoodie.org/

Steven Bond, Caitlin DeSilvey and James Ryan’s Small is Beautiful?: http://smallisbeautifulproject.blogspot.com/

Phil Brighty’s GeoSriLanka: https://geosrilanka.wordpress.com/

Paul Chatterton’s: http://www.paulchatterton.com/

Rosemary-Claire Collard and colleagues’ Artemia – Critical reflections on economies of life: http://blogs.ubc.ca/artemia/

Ian Cook’s Follow the Thingshttp://followthethings.com/ (and its companion http://iwanttodiscussthat.wordpress.com/)

Ian Cook et al.’s Engaging Geography: http://engaginggeography.wordpress.com/

Jeremy Crampton’s Open Geography: http://opengeography.wordpress.com/

Tim Cresswell’s Varve: http://tjcresswell.wordpress.com/

Tom Croll-Knight’s: http://tjjgck.com/writing.php

Andy Davies’ Contentious Geographies: http://contentiousgeographies.wordpress.com/

Martin Dodge’s Cyber Badger: http://cyberbadger.blogspot.com/

Stuart Elden’s Progressive Geographies: http://progressivegeographies.wordpress.com/

Adeola Enigbokan’s Archiving the City: http://archivingthecity.com/

Bryan Finoki’s Subtopia: http://subtopia.blogspot.com/

Tomas Frederiksen’s Mining and CSR: http://miningandcsr.wordpress.com/

Nate Gabriel’s Environmental Genealogies: http://nategabriel.com/

Michael Gallagher’s: http://www.michaelgallagher.co.uk/

Matthew Gandy’s cosmopolis: http://matthewgandy.blogspot.co.uk/

Bradley L. Garrett’s Place Hacking: http://www.placehacking.co.uk/

GeoCritique – critical explorations of emerging ecologies: http://www.geocritique.org/

Hilary Geoghegan’s The Culture of Enthusiasm: http://hilarygeoghegan.wordpress.com/

Geographic Perspectives on Women (GPOW) specialty group of the AAG: http://www.spatiallyinclined.org/gpow/

Jen Jack Gieseking’s: http://jgieseking.org/blog/

Derek Gregory’s Geographical Imaginations: http://geographicalimaginations.com/

Nik Heynen’s: http://nikheynen.com/

Dan Hick’s: http://weweremodern.blogspot.com/

Adrian Ivakhiv’s Immanence: http://blog.uvm.edu/aivakhiv/

Kurt Iveson’s Cities and Citizenship: http://citiesandcitizenship.blogspot.co.uk/

Helen Jarvis’ Experiments in Community: http://experimentsincommunity.wordpress.com/

Thomas Jellis’ Spaces of Experimentation: http://www.spacesofexperimentation.net/

Noel Jenkins’ Juicy Geography: http://www.juicygeography.co.uk/

Craig Jones’ War, Law and Space: http://warlawspace.wordpress.com/

Rhys Jones, Jessica Pykett and Mark Whitehead’s Soft Paternalism: http://governingtemptation.wordpress.com/

Anja Kanngieser’s Transversal Geographies: http://transversalgeographies.org/

Rob Kitchin’s Ireland After NAMA: http://irelandafternama.wordpress.com/

Sara Koopman’s decolonizing solidarity and Spanish For Social Change: http://decolonizingsolidarity.blogspot.com/ and http://spanishforsocialchange.blogspot.co.uk/

Karen P.Y. Lai’s: http://karenlai.wordpress.com/

David Lambert and John Morgan’s Impolite Geography: http://impolitegeography.wordpress.com/

Angela Last’s Mutable Matter: http://mutablematter.wordpress.com/

Breffní Lennon’s European Energy Geographies: europeanenergygeographies.wordpress.com/

Andrew Leyshon’s Work in Progress: http://andrewleyshon.wordpress.com/

Living Maps Network – critical cartography: http://www.livingmaps.org.uk/

Siobhan McGrath’s worklabour: http://worklabour.wordpress.com/

The University of Manchester’s cities@manchester: http://citiesmcr.wordpress.com/

Thomas Maxwell Shore’s: http://thomasmaxwellshore.wordpress.com/

Andy Merrifield’s: http://andymerrifield.org/

Sam Miles’ Sexuality and the Cityhttps://sexualityandthecityblog.wordpress.com

Dominique Moran’s Carceral Geography: http://carceralgeography.com/

Oli Mould’s taCity: http://tacity.co.uk/

David Murakami Wood’s Notes from the Ubiquitous Surveillance Society: http://ubisurv.wordpress.com/

NUIM Geography’s Eye on the World: http://nuimgeography.wordpress.com/

Kris Olds and Susan Robertson’s GlobalHigherEd: http://globalhighered.wordpress.com/

Trevor Paglen’s: http://www.paglen.com/

Participatory Geographies Research Group (PyGyRG): http://www.pygyrg.co.uk/

Merle Patchett’s Experimental Geography in Practice: http://merlepatchett.wordpress.com/

Darren Patrick’s Queer Urban Ecologies: http://queerurbanecologies.wordpress.com/

Jenny Pickerill’s Green Building: http://naturalbuild.wordpress.com/

Mark Purcell’s Path to the Possible: http://pathtothepossible.wordpress.com/

Tina Richardson’s Particulationshttp://particulations.blogspot.co.uk/

Scott Rodgers’ Publicly Sited: http://www.publiclysited.com/

Brian Rosa’s Site Unseen: http://brianrosa.net/index.php?/siteunseenblog/ssoc/

Gillian Rose’s visual/method/culture: http://visualmethodculture.wordpress.com/

Nicholas Senn’s Critical Spatial Practice: http://criticalspatialpractice.blogspot.com/

Ian Shaw’s Understanding Empire: http://understandingempire.wordpress.com/

Hyun Bang Shin’s Urban Commune: http://urbancommune.blogspot.com

Neil Smith’s: http://neil-smith.net/

Socialist and Critical Geography AAG Specialty Group: http://courses.washington.edu/scgsg/

Society for Radical Geography, Spatial Theory, and Everyday Life: http://radicalspacesblog.wordpress.com/

Chris Strother’s The Anarchist Geographer: http://anarchistgeographer.blogspot.co.uk/

Juanita Sundberg’s: http://juanitasundberg.wordpress.com/

Gerard Toal’s (Gearóid Ó Tuathail’s): http://toal.org/

University of Bristol’s Society and Spacehttp://bristolsocietyandspace.com/

Leonhardt van Efferink’s Exploring Geopolitics: http://www.exploringgeopolitics.org/

Alex Vasudevan’s Experimental Geographies: http://experimentalgeographies.wordpress.com/

Tom Vickers’ Refugees, Capitalism and the British State: http://refugeescapitalismstate.wordpress.com/

Paulo Jorge Vieira’s: http://paulojorgevieira.wordpress.com/

Kevin Ward and colleagues’ Imagining Urban Futures: http://research.northumbria.ac.uk/urbanfutures/

Allan Watson’s: http://allanwatson.wordpress.com/

Mark Whitehead’s Placing the Anthropocene: http://anthropocenedotcom.wordpress.com/

Women and Geography Study Group (WGSG) of the RGS-IBG: http://wgsg.org.uk/

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