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Malta and the Politics of Mobility

Malta and the Politics of Mobility[1] Today, in the business section of the New York Times. There is a story with the title “Malta Citizenship and Perks for a Price”.[2] The story recounts how the wealthy mobile elite – people … Continue reading

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FENCE – “The whale is a sea beast of a huge bigness”.

The new Penned in the Margins catalogue came out today. And a thing of beauty it is too. It has been great to feel part of an “artisan” publisher’s upward trajectory. I have so many of their books on my … Continue reading

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More Thought on the GeoHumanities

Space, Place and the Triumph of the Humanities. Over this academic year the annual theme of the Humanities Center fellowship program has been Space and Place. As a geographer displaced to History and International Affairs here at Northeastern it has … Continue reading

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A flyer for a Transcultural Urban Spaces event in Berne, Switzerland

A.Flyer_Where Geography meets Language

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2015 – Adventures in Critical Geosophy

2015 is shaping up to be an eventful year. A number of significant projects and events are on the horizon and they are all exciting and somewhat interconnected. The connecting point is my longstanding interest in what I call ‘Critical … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the GeoHumanities

The following is the text for an introduction I made at a public event of this year’s Space and Place theme fellows at the Humanities Center at Northeastern. More thoughts on the GeoHumanities are forthcoming.   This year’s fellows are … Continue reading

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The quick death of slow scholarship?

Originally posted on Landscape Surgery:
Travels into Print. First manuscript draft (February, 2013). Since joining Landscape Surgery in 2010, I have had a seemingly every-present item of business on which to offer updates during our fortnightly “newsrounds”: the progress made…

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