Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters

Conservation & Society
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perspectives on global interrelations
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Completed/published

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
Geography, ecology and emerging infectious diseases. (2000) Jonathan Mayer Health, Disease
For Ethnography (2000) Steve Herbert Culture, Race and Ethnicity
Placing Interviews (2000) Sarah Elwood Research Methods
Professional Geography and the Corporatization of the University (2000) Critical Theory, Education, Neoliberalism, Public Scholarship, Radical Pedagogy
Chunnel Visions (2000) Cities, Class, Critical Theory, Global, Ideology, Neoliberalism, Transnational
Excavating the future in Cascadia (2000) Critical Theory, Environment, Global, History, Ideology, Politics, Transnational
Processes and changes in the hukou system in China (1999) Kam Wing Chan Migration, Population
Canada, cartography, and the narration of nation (1998) Mapping, Nationalism
From Geopolitics to Geoeconomics (1998) Global, Neoliberalism, Politics, Transnational
Outsides Inside Patriotism (1998) Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology, Nationalism, Politics, Popular Culture
Mapped Bodies and Disembodied Maps (1998) Area Studies, Critical Theory, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Geovisualization, History, Indigenous
Diasporas and the Hype of Hybridity (1997) Economics
Transnational Discourse: Bringing Back Geography (1997) Transnational, Economics
Spatial group choice for collaborative spatial decision making (1997) Timothy Nyerges Research Methods
Medical geography focus on political ecology of disease (1996) Jonathan Mayer Disease, Health
Two-Class Urban Society in Post-Mao China (1996) Kam Wing Chan Population, Urban Studies, Social Stratification/Inequality
Displacing the Field in Fieldwork (1996) Feminism and Feminist Theory, Geovisualization, Research Methods
An ongoing critique of the geographies of AIDS (1995) Michael Brown Population, Disease
Writing on Patriarchal Missiles (1995) Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology, Nationalism, Politics, Popular Culture
Between Demythologising and Deconstructing the Map (1995) Geovisualization, History, Indigenous, Popular Culture, Transnational
Escaping the herbarium (1994) Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology
Deforestation, cultivation, and population growth in colonial Madagascar (1993) Lucy Jarosz Food, Population
Lizotte 2013 (Completed/published) Chris Lizotte Education, Neoliberalism, Urban Studies

Forthcoming

Short Title People Involved Related Fields
Urban politics as the unfolding of social relations in place (2018) Michael Brown Cities, Health, History, Politics, Queer Studies, Urban Studies
Matthew Sparke, “Textbooks as Opportunities for Interdisciplinarity and Planetarity,” in review (2018) Critical Theory, Education, Global, Neoliberalism, Public Scholarship

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