perspectives on global interrelations
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Reimagining GIScience for relational spaces (2018) Luke Bergmann Big Data, Census, Cities, Geographic Information Systems, Geovisualization, Housing, Labor, Mapping, Population, Urban Studies
Conservation, biopolitics, and governance (2017) Christine Biermann, Rob Anderson Environment, Science and Technology, Sustainability
perspectives on global interrelations Towards economic geographies beyond the Nature-Society divide (2017) Luke Bergmann Big Data, Consumption, Economics, Environment, Geographic Information Systems, Geovisualization, Global, Mapping, Population, Sustainability
Interdisciplinarity, global exchange, and the future of the university (2017) Matthew Sparke Education, Global, Transnational
Education, race and empire: A genealogy of humanitarian governance in the United States (2017) Katharyne Mitchell Education, Ideology, Race and Ethnicity
Daniel Bessner and Matthew Sparke “Nazism, Neoliberalism and the Trumpist Challenge to Democracy,” Environment and Planning A. (2017) Matthew Sparke Class, Critical Theory, Global, History, Ideology, Nationalism, Neoliberalism
Seeking Northlake: Place, technology, and public as enabling constraints for urban transdisciplinary research (2017) Megan Brown, Jennifer Porter Urban Studies
Austerity and the embodiment of neoliberalism as ill-health (2017) Matthew Sparke Citizenship, Class, Critical Theory, Disease, Global, Health, Medicine, Migration, Neoliberalism, Transnational
Metrics Millennium: Social Impact Investment and the Measurement of Value (2017) Katharyne Mitchell Critical Theory, Neoliberalism, Politics
“We Don’t Need Money, We Need to be Together:” Forced transnationality in deportation’s afterlives (2017) Megan Ybarra Citizenship, Immigration, Migration, Politics, Race and Ethnicity, Transnational
Factivism: A New Configuration of Humanitarian Reason (2017) Katharyne Mitchell Critical Theory, Ideology, Neoliberalism, Politics
Spaces of the Geosocial: Exploring Transnational Topologies (2017) Katharyne Mitchell Feminism and Feminist Theory, Global, Politics, Transnational
Matthew Sparke, “Fabrics of Uneven Development" AAG Review of Books. (2017) Matthew Sparke Area Studies, Class, Economics, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Global, Labor, Neoliberalism, Poverty, Transnational
Education and the Constitution of Youth in Neoliberalism (2017) Katharyne Mitchell Citizenship, Civic Engagement, Critical Theory, Education, Ideology, Mapping, Race and Ethnicity
Globalization (2017) Matthew Sparke Citizenship, Class, Critical Theory, Global, Justice, Labor, Neoliberalism, Transnational
  (2016) Luke Bergmann Big Data, Critical Theory, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Geographic Information Systems, Geovisualization, Research Methods, Science and Technology
Article Cover “Nobody Calls Me Chicken” (2016) Julian Barr Critical Theory, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Popular Culture
Working Across Class Difference (2016) Mónica Farías Class, Politics, Poverty, Urban Studies
book image Soundscapes of Wellbeing in Popular Music [Book Review] (2016) Key MacFarlane Consumption, Global, Health, Politics, Popular Culture, Research Methods
Securing forests from the scourge of chestnut blight (2016) Christine Biermann Environment, History, Nationalism, Politics, Race and Ethnicity
Polar bear management in a digital Arctic: Inuit perspectives across the Web (2016) Jason C. Young Critical Theory, Environment, Global, Indigenous, Politics, Science and Technology
Matthew Sparke, "Mapping the Geosocial Landscape of a MOOC," Geopolitics (2016) Matthew Sparke Big Data, Citizenship, Civic Engagement, Critical Theory, Education, Global, Mapping, Neoliberalism, Science and Technology, Transnational
A thousand CEOs: Relational thought, processual space, and deleuzian ontology in human geography and strategic management (2016) Key MacFarlane Class, Critical Theory, Economics, Education, Labor
Rethinking Lactation Space (2016) Jennifer Porter Feminism and Feminist Theory, Labor
“Blind Passes” and the production of green security through violence on the Guatemalan border (2016) Megan Ybarra Environment, Transnational