NEWS | Dislocating Geopower: section at the European International Studies Association Conference

An interesting looking call for panels, papers and roundtable proposals sent through from Kyle Grayson below: Dislocating Geopower: New Approaches to Space, Culture, and Violence in World Politics’, a section for the upcoming European International Studies Association Conference in Barcelona (13-16 September 2016): http://www.paneuropeanconference.org/2017/ . We invite individual paper, panel, and roundtable proposals that address any theme … Continue reading

REVIEW | These Pits and Abysses

REVIEW | These Pits and Abysses

A few brief reflections on These Pits and Abysses over on the Geohumanities forum. It was a great showcase of the benefits of collaborating across sub-disciplines and I’m looking forward to working more at these intersections in the coming months and years. Source: Event Review: These Pits and Abysses

Mobilities – a reading list

As a little pre-Christmas present (!!), we thought readers of this blog, and hopefully others, might have an interest in a 3rd year undergraduate course we re-launched last year on Mobilities. I know this is copying Derek Gregory’s reading lists he published a few years ago, but it has been a really useful thing and … Continue reading

All things drone

I’ve just had a few weeks of drone related activities which has left me inspired and tired. A couple of weeks ago I spent an afternoon courtesy of Brad Garrett and Adam Fish at Lancaster as part of the CeMoRe sponsored workshop on drone methods. It was incredibly invigorating (and cold) event where we took … Continue reading

NEWS | Curating (in)security at AAG 2017

NEWS | Curating (in)security at AAG 2017

Every year, nearly 10,000 academics converge on one particular U.S. city in the name of all things geography – Boston, Massachusetts being the location of choice for the annual AAG (American Association of Geographers) conference in April 2017. With a vast array of potential sessions, panels and presentations – the AAG has something for everyone: from Geographies of Bread … Continue reading