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A paper for Armistice Day – Derek Gregory’s “The Natures of War”

The conclusion to this powerful essay–which considers nature as “a medium through which military violence is conducted” in the First and Second World Wars and midcentury Vietnam–is particularly apt today: “I … Continue reading

11 November 2015 · 1 Comment

New book reviews – migration, protest, enclosure, economies, and frontiers

For July we’ve added five new book reviews (and an author’s reply) to our open access repository Andrew Burridge (University of Exeter) on Olivier Clochard and Migreurop’s Atlas of Migration in … Continue reading

14 July 2014 · 2 Comments

Intervention – ‘Thinking/Making Geographic Representation’

by Chris Alton, Zulaikha Ayub, Alex Chen, Leif Estrada, Justin Kollar, Patrick Leonard, Martin Pavlinic, Andreas Viglakis and Matthew W. Wilson* Following a seminar in critical and social cartography at … Continue reading

9 July 2014 · Leave a comment

Intervention – ‘Merkel’s Geography: Maps and Territory in China’

by Marijn Nieuwenhuis, University of Warwick Maps are vital for the geographic imaginary of the state. They are, as David Harvey (2001) and others (see, for example, Crampton and Elden … Continue reading

11 June 2014 · 2 Comments

Intervention – Cartographic Nationalism and Territorial Confusion in East Asia

by Marijn Nieuwenhuis, University of Warwick Introduction The idea of nationhood rests on the claim of a specific territorial area. The cartographic demarcating of territory automatically exposes, however, the contingent … Continue reading

14 May 2013 · 4 Comments

Intervention – Remote Sensing as Remote Control? A Political Geography of EU Border Surveillance

by Adam Levy, University of Colorado at Boulder When the EU received the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize for advancing “democracy and human rights in Europe”, it joined a group whose … Continue reading

29 January 2013 · 2 Comments

Intervention – Liberalism’s Slavery and the Geographies of Freedom

by Christopher Taylor, University of Chicago Almost immediately following Barak Obama’s re-election, an image began circulating through Twitter and Facebook that positioned the electoral cartography in a particular historical trajectory. … Continue reading

27 November 2012 · 1 Comment

Critical Cartography as Transformational Learning

by David Meek, University of Georgia A fundamental principle of critical geography is that maps are embodiments of power, differentially legitimizing particular communities, histories, and practices and obscuring others (Harley … Continue reading

11 October 2012 · Leave a comment

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