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- Enacting Social Justice Principles in the Classroom... and in the City (January 29, 2019)
- GIS Workshops Partner with Community Activists (May 24, 2017)
- Globalization and You MOOC (June 25, 2014)
- UW opens new online BA featuring four geography courses (April 22, 2014)
- Online Innovation: UW's new degree in integrated social sciences (September 5, 2013)
Events about "Education"
- Sparke, Matthew, 2013, Introducing Globalization: Ties, Tensions and Uneven Integration, Oxford: Blackwell.
- Matthew Sparke, 2016, "Situated Cyborg Knowledge In Not So Borderless Online Global Education:Mapping the Geosocial Landscape of a MOOC," Geopolitics http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14650045.2016.1204601
- MacFarlane, K. 2016. A thousand CEOs: Relational thought, processual space, and deleuzian ontology in human geography and strategic management. Progress in Human Geography. advance online publication.
- Sparke, Matthew, 2016, Book review of Warwick Murray and John Overton, Geographies of Globalization, 2nd edition, New York: Routledge, 2015, Economic Geography, 92/1, 2016, pp. 112-114.
- Katharyne Mitchell and Chris Lizotte. 2016. Governing through Failure: Philanthropy, Neoliberalism, and Education Reform in Seattle. In Brady, M. and Lippert, R. eds., Governing Practices: Neoliberalism and the Ethnographic Imaginary. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
- Cohen, D. and Lizotte, C. 2015. Teaching the market: Fostering consent to education markets in the United States. Environment and Planning A. 47 (9): 1824-1841
- Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2015. Intergenerational Mapping and the Cultural Politics of Memory. In Hakli, J. and Kallio, K. eds., The Beginning of Politics: Youthful Political Agency in Everyday Life. Routledge/Taylor&Francis, 33-52. [Reprint]
- Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2015. Countermapping for Social Justice. In Kallio, K. and Mills, S. eds., Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer: Berlin, 207-223.
- Mitchell, K. 2015. It’s TIME: The Cultural Politics of Memory in the Current Moment of Danger, in H. Merrill and L. Hoffman (eds.) Spaces of Danger: Culture and Power in the Everyday, University of Georgia Press, 21-37.
- Sparke, Matthew, 2015, "On the promises and problems of online education" UWTV
- Mitchell, Katharyne and Sparke, Matthew, 2016, “The New Washington Consensus: Millennial Philanthropy and the Making of Global Market Subjects,” Antipode 48: 3. 724 –749, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/anti.12203/abstract
- Lave, Rebecca, Matthew W. Wilson, Elizabeth S. Barron, Christine Biermann, Mark A. Carey, Chris S. Duvall, Leigh Johnson et al. "Intervention: Critical physical geography." The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 58, no. 1 (2014): 1-10.
- Sparke, Matthew, 2014, “How to approach design, development, and teaching online,” a series of 8 short interviews for the ASG university consortium, made available on the University of Wisconsin Best In Show website http://bestinshow.wisconsin.edu/faculty/matt-sparke/
- Sparke, Matthew, 2014, “Author's Response,” contribution to a book review symposium on Introducing Globalization: Ties, Tensions and Uneven Integration, Oxford: Wiley.
- Mitchell, K. and Lizotte, C. 2014. The Grassroots and the Gift: Moral Authority, American Philanthropy, and Activism in Education. Foucault Studies 18, 66-89.
- Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2013. Intergenerational Mapping and the Cultural Politics of Memory. Space and Polity 17, 2, 33-52.
- Elwood, S. and Mitchell, K. 2013. Another Politics is Possible: Neogeographies, Visual Spatial Tactics and Political Formation. Cartographica 48, 4, 275-292.
- Models, Maps and the Making of Global Health
- Mitchell, K. and Elwood, S. 2012. From Redlining to Benevolent Societies: The Emancipatory Power of Spatial Thinking. Theory and Research in Social Education 40, 134-163.
- Dean Chahin, Critical Development Forum class project
- Mitchell, K. 2010. Pre-Black Futures, in N. Castree, P. Chatterton, N. Heynen, W. Larner, and M. Wright eds. The Point is To Change It: Geographies of Hope and Survival in an Age of Crisis. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 239-261.
- Sparke, Matthew, 2009, “American Empire,” “borders,” “borderlands,” “boundary,” “flows,” “geopolitics,” “globalization,” “glocalization,” “nation,” “nationalism,” “nation-state,” “outsourcing,” “Pax Americana,” “terms of trade,” “trade,” and “World Trade Organization” for the 5th edition of the Dictionary of Human Geography, edited by Derek Gregory, Ron Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts, and Sarah Whatmore, Oxford: Blackwell.
- Sparke, Matt, "Globalization and Paul Farmer’s Reframing of Care," UW Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, 2006
- Mitchell, Katharyne. "Educating the national citizen in neoliberal times: from the multicultural self to the strategic cosmopolitan." Transactions of the institute of British geographers 28, no. 4 (2003): 387-403.
- Matthew Sparke and Noel Castree, 2000 “Professional Geography and the Corporatization of the University: Experiences, Evaluations and Engagements” in Antipode, 32, 3: pages, 222-229.
- Lizotte, C. 2013. The Moral Imperatives of Geographies of School Failure: Mobilizing Market-Based Reform Coalitions. The Canadian Geographer. 53(3): 289 – 295.
- Matthew Sparke, “Textbooks as Opportunities for Interdisciplinarity and Planetarity,” in review
- MacFarlane, K. Forthcoming. A Thousand CEOs: Relational Thought, Processual Space, and Deleuzian Ontology in Human Geography and Strategic Management. Progress in Human Geography.