Publications

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perspectives on global interrelations
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Completed/published

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An ongoing critique of the geographies of AIDS (1995) Michael Brown Population, Disease
Writing on Patriarchal Missiles (1995) Matthew Sparke Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology, Nationalism, Politics, Popular Culture
Between Demythologising and Deconstructing the Map (1995) Matthew Sparke Geovisualization, History, Indigenous, Popular Culture, Transnational
Escaping the herbarium (1994) Matthew Sparke Feminism and Feminist Theory, Ideology
A Prism for Contemporary Capitalism (1994) Matthew Sparke Class, Economics, Labor
Getting Personal: Reflexivity, Positionality and Feminist Research (1994) Kim England Critical Theory, Feminism and Feminist Theory, Politics, Queer Studies, Research Methods
book cover Cities of Invisible Walls (1994) Cities, Citizenship, Labor, Migration, Population, Urban Studies
Deforestation, cultivation, and population growth in colonial Madagascar (1993) Lucy Jarosz Food, Population
Lizotte 2013 (Completed/published) Chris Lizotte Education, Neoliberalism, Urban Studies

Forthcoming

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Handbook of Critical Physical Geography (2018) Christine Biermann Environment, Justice, Mapping, Research Methods, Science and Technology, Sustainability
Matthew Sparke, “Textbooks as Opportunities for Interdisciplinarity and Planetarity,” in review (2018) Matthew Sparke Critical Theory, Education, Global, Neoliberalism, Public Scholarship
“Nazism, Neoliberalism and the Trumpist Challenge to Democracy,” Environment and Planning A. (2017) Citizenship, Civic Engagement, Critical Theory, History, Ideology, Nationalism, Neoliberalism, Politics, Public Scholarship
with Jamie Peck, 2016, “Introduction to Symposium on Brett Christophers’ The Great Leveler: Capitalism and Competition in the Court of Law,” Environment and Planning A (2016) Matthew Sparke Class, Critical Theory, Economics, Global, Law, Neoliberalism, Transnational
A Thousand CEOs: Relational Thought, Processual Space, and Deleuzian Ontology in Human Geography and Strategic Management (Forthcoming) Critical Theory, Economics, Education

Ongoing

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Please see my other page for updated research. (Ongoing) Area Studies, Critical Theory, Culture, Economics, Environment, Geographic Information Systems, Global, Health, Mapping, Population

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