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American Myth and the Embodied Geographies of School Shootings

A Critical Intervention Against Neoliberal White Supremacy by Coleman A. Allums, Hilda E. Kurtz and Taylor J. Hafley, University of Georgia I. Parkland On 14 February 2018, a former student forcibly entered Marjory … Continue reading

4 July 2018 · Leave a comment

Thoughts on transition: Public education, social justice, and geography

by Rachel Brahinsky, UC Berkeley This was originally presented at the commencement ceremony for the Department of Geography, University of California, Berkeley in May 2012. Many thanks to Rachel for … Continue reading

5 July 2012 · 2 Comments

Radical/critical pedagogy

by Andy Davies, University of Liverpool Antipode’s editorial team recently posted about comments made by Clive Barnett, who was speaking about an article by James Ferguson in the journal’s 40th … Continue reading

2 April 2012 · Leave a comment

Intervention – Where’s our agency? The role of grading in the neoliberalization of public universities

by Culum Canally, Wilfrid Laurier University Over the last several years I have been involved in numerous discussions and academic panels that lament the reduction in public funding and simultaneous … Continue reading

30 March 2012 · 6 Comments

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