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Module Reading List

Geographies of Protest and Resistance, 2019/20, Semester 2
Paul Routledge
P.Routledge@leeds.ac.uk
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Geographies of Protest and Resistance Reading List

 Routledge, P. 2017: Space Invaders: radical geographies of protest. London: Pluto Press  

 

CORE TEXT 

Miller, B. 2000: Geography and Social Movements: comparing antinuclear activism in the Boston area Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.;  

Nicholls, W.J., Miller, B., and Beaumont, J. (eds.) 2013: Spaces of Contention: Spatialities and Social Movements Farnham, Surry, UK: Ashgate.  

Routledge, P. and Cumbers, A. 2009: Global Justice Networks: geographies of transnational solidarity. M.U.P.  

 Lectures 1-4

Ackerman, P. and Kruegler, C. 1994: Strategic Nonviolent Conflict Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

Brown, W. 2015: Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism's Stealth revolution New York: Zone Books.

Della Porta and Diani, 2015: The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements OUP

Harvey, D. 2003: The New Imperialism Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Mouffe, C. 2013: Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically London: Verso Books;

Ortiz, I., Burke, S., Berrada, M. and Cortés, H. 2013: ‘World Protests 2006-2013’ Initiative for Policy Dialogue and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung New York Working Paper 2013 Retrieved from: www.fes-globalization.org/new_york  http://policydialogue.org/files/publications/papers/World_Protests_2006-2013-Complete_and_Final_4282014.pdf

Powers, R.S., Vogele, W. B., Kruegler, C. & McCarthy, R.M. (eds) Protest, Power, and Change. New York: Garland Publishing. pp. 86-89.

Sitrin, M. and Azzellini, D. 2014: They Can't Represent Us: Reinventing Democracy from Greece to Occupy. London: Verso Books.

Sharp, G 1973: The Politics of Nonviolent Action. Boston, MA: Porter Sargent.

Sharp, J. Routledge, P. Philo, C. and Paddison, R. (eds.) 2000: Entanglements of Power geographies of domination/resistance London: Routledge.

Swyngedouw, E. 2011: ‘Interrogating post-democratization: Reclaiming egalitarian political spaces’ Political Geography 30, 370-380.

Verson J 2007: ‘Why we need cultural activism’ in Trapese Collective (eds). Do It Yourself London: Pluto Press pp. 171–186. http://trapese.clearerchannel.org/chapters/HandbookForChangingOurWorld_chap11.pdf

Zechner, M and Hansen, B. R. 2015: ‘Building Power in a Crisis of Social Reproduction’ ROAR Magazine  https://roarmag.org/magazine/building-power-crisis-social-reproduction/

 Lectures 5 and 6

Politics of place

Harvey, D. 1995: ‘Militant particularism and global ambition: the conceptual politics of place, space and environment in the work of Raymond Williams’ Social Text 42, 69–98.

Martin, D. 2003: ‘“Place-framing” as place-making: constituting a neighborhood for organizing and activism’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 93, 3, 730-750.

Nicholls, W.J. 2007: ‘The Geographies of Social Movements, Geography Compass, 1:3, 607–622.

W.J. Nicholls: 2009: ‘Place, relations, Networks: The Geographical Foundations of Social Movements’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 34, 1 78-93

Oslender, U. 2004: ‘Fleshing out the geographies of social movements: black communities on the Colombian Pacific coast and the aquatic space’ Political Geography 23, 8, 957-985.;

Routledge, P. 1998: ‘Going Globile: Spatiality, Embodiment and Media-tion in the Zapatista Insurgency’ in Dalby, S. & O’Tuathail, G. (eds.) Rethinking Geopolitics. London: Routledge. pp. 240-260.

Tarrow, S and McAdam, D. 2005: ‘Scale Shift in Transnational Contention’, in della Porta, D. and Tarrow, S. (eds.), Transnational Protest and Global Activism Boulder CO: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 121-150.;

Tufts, S. 1998: ‘Community unionism in Canada and labour’s (re)organization of space’ Antipode 30, 3, 227-250.;

Wills, J. 2001: ‘Community unionism and trade union renewal in the UK: Moving beyond the fragments at last?’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 26, 465-483.

Wills, J. 2005: ‘The geography of union organising in low-paid service industries in the UK: lessons from the T&G’s campaign to unionise the Dorchester Hotel’ Antipode, 37, 139-159.

Wolford, W. 2004: ‘This Land Is Ours Now: Spatial Imaginaries and the Struggle for Land in Brazil’, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 94, 2, 409-424.

Spatial inequalities

Herod, A. (ed.) 1998: Organizing the Landscape: Geographical Perspectives of Labor Unionism Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.;

Herod, A. 2001: Labor Geographies New York: Guildford Press.

Miller, B. 2000: Geography and Social Movements: comparing antinuclear activism in the Boston area Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press

McAdam, D. 1982: Political Process and the Development of Black Insurgency, 1930-1970 Chicago: University of Chicago Press.;

Nicholls, W.J. 2007: ‘The Geographies of Social Movements, Geography Compass, 1:3, 607–622.

 

networks and the politics of scale

Bosco, F. 2001: ‘Place, space, networks, and the sustainability of collective action: the Madres de Plaza de Mayo’, Global Networks, 1, 4, 307-329.

Castree, N. 2000: ‘Geographic Scale and Grassroots Internationalism The Liverpool Dock Dispute 1995-1998’, Economic Geography 76, 3, 272-292.

Cumbers, A., Routledge, P. and Nativel, C. 2008: ‘The entangled geographies of Global Justice Networks’, Progress in Human Geography 32, 2, 179-197.

Escobar, A. 2001: ‘Culture sits in places: reflections on globalism and subaltern strategies of localization’, Political Geography, 20, 2, 139-174

Featherstone, D. 2003: ‘Spatialities of transnational resistance to globalization: the maps of grievance of the Inter-Continental CaravanTransactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28, 4, 404-421.

Leitner, H., Sheppard, and Sziarto, K. M. 2008: ‘The spatialities of contentious politics’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 33, 2, 157-172.

Pickerill J, 2003 Cyberprotest: Environmental Activism On-line Manchester:: Manchester University Press

Waterman, P. 1998: Globalization, Social Movements, and the New Internationalisms Washington, D.C.: Mansell.;

 

Everyday spaces of activism

Askins, K. 2009: ‘”That’s just what I do‟: placing emotion in academic activism’ Emotion, Space and Society, 2(1), 4-13

Bosco, F. 2007: ‘Emotions that build networks: geographies of human rights movements in Argentina and beyond’ Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 98 5, 545-63;;

Brown, G. and Pickerill, J. 2009: ‘Space for emotion in the spaces of activism’ Emotion, Space and Society, 2, 24-35.;

Clough, N. 2012: ‘Emotion at the Center of Radical Politics: On the Affective Structures of Rebellion and Control’ Antipode 44, 1667-1686

Feigenbaum, A., Frenzel, F. and McCurdy, P. 2013: Protest Camps London: Zed Books.

Hardy, J., Kozek, W. and Stenning, A. 2008: ‘In the front line: women, work and new spaces of labour politics in Poland’ Gender, Place and Culture, 15, 2, 99-116.

Jasper, J. A., and Polletta, F. (eds.) 2001: Passionate Politics: emotions and social movements Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kurtz, H. 2007: ‘Gender and environmental justice in Louisiana: blurring the boundaries of public and private sphere’ Gender, Place and Culture, 14, 4, 409-26.;

Pratt, G. 2009: ‘Circulating sadness: witnessing Filipina mothers‟ stories of family separation’ Gender, Place and Culture, 16, 3-22;.

Pickerill, J. and Chatterton, P. 2006: ‘ Notes towards autonomous geographies: creation, resistance and self-management as survival tactics’,  Progress in Human Geography 30, 730-746.

 

Entangled geographies of power

Sharp, J. Routledge, P., Philo, C. and Paddison, R (eds) 2000: Entanglements of Power: geographies of domination/resistance. London: Routledge.

 Lecture 7: Know Your Place

Baliapal Movement

Routledge, P 1992: 'Putting Politics in its Place: Baliapal, India as a Terrain of Resistance' Political Geography 11, 6. pp. 588-611; Routledge, P. 1993: Terrains of Resistance: Nonviolent social movements and the contestation of place in India. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Routledge, P. 1993: Terrains of Resistance: Nonviolent Social Movements and the Contestation of Place in India Westport: Praeger.

Lecture 8

Nepal Revolution

Routledge, P. 1994: 'Backstreets, Barricades, and Blackouts: Urban Terrains of Resistance in Nepal' Society and Space 12, 5, 559-578;

Routledge, P. 1997: ‘A Spatiality of Resistances: Theory and Practice in Nepal’s Revolution of 1990’ in Pile, S. & Keith, M.(eds) Geographies of Resistance. London: Routledge, pp. 68-86

Routledge, P. 2010: 'Nineteen Days in April: Urban Protest and Democracy in Nepal' Urban Studies 47, 6, 1279-1299.

 Lecture 9

Make some space: Territory

Escobar, A. 2008: Territories of Difference place movements life redes Duke University Press: London.

Zibechi, R. 2010: Dispersing Power social movements as anti-state forces AK Press: Edinburgh.;

Zibechi, R. 2012: Territories in Resistance A Cartography of Latin American Social Movements AK Press: Edinburgh.

 Lecture 10

Anti-Roads and Protest Camps

Routledge. P. 1997: The imagineering of resistance: Pollok Free State and the practice of postmodern politics’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 22, 359-376.

Feigenbaum, A., Frenzel, F. and McCurdy, P. 2013: Protest Camps London: Zed Books.

 Bangladesh Land Occupation

Routledge, P. 2008: ‘Acting in the Network: ANT and the Politics of Generating Associations’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26, 2, 199-217;

Routledge, P. 2015: ‘Territorializing Movement: the Politics of Land Occupation in Bangladesh’ Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40, 4, 445-463.

Patel, R. 2009: 'What does food sovereignty look like?' The Journal of Peasant Studies 36, 3, 663-673.

Wittman, H. 2009: 'Reworking the metabolic rift La Via Campesina agrarian citizenship and food sovereignty' The Journal of Peasant Studies 36, 4, 805-826.

Occupy

Arampatzi, A. 2016: 'The spatiality of counter-austerity Politics in Athens, Greece: emergent 'urban solidarity spaces'' Urban Studies DOI: 10.1177/0042098016629311

Caffentzis, G. 2012: ‘In the Desert of Cities: Notes on the Occupy Movement in the US’ A talk presented at “The Tragedy of the Market: From Crisis to Commons”: a community gathering Vancouver, B.C./Coast Salish Territory* January 8, 2012, downloaded on 26/06/12 from http://www.reclamationsjournal.org/blog/?p=505

Halvorsen, S. 2012: 'Beyond the Network? Occupy London and the Global Movement' Social Movement Studies 11, 3-4, 427-433.

Halvorsen, S. 2015: 'Taking Space: Moments of Rupture and Everyday Life in Occupy London' Antipode 47, 2, 401-417.

Kaika, M. and Karaliotias, L. 2014: 'The spatialization of democratic politics: Insights from Indignant Squares' European Urban and Regional Studies 1-54.

Juris, J. 2012: 'Reflections on #Occupy Everywhere: Social media, public space, and emerging logics of aggregation' American Ethnologist 39, 2, 259-279.

Marcuse, P. 2012: 'Keeping Space in its Place in the Occupy Movements' Progressive Planning 191 (Spring), 15-16 Available online 

Pickerill, J. and Krinsky, J. 2012: 'Why Does Occupy Matter?' Social Movement Studies Special Issue Occupy! 11 3-4 279-287

Pickerill and Krinsky, 2012; Hammond, J. L. 2013: 'The significance of space in Occupy Wall Street' Interface: a journal for and about social movements 5, 2, 499-524.

 Lecture 11.

Stay Mobile/Flash Mobs

 Clover, J. 2016: Riot. Strike. Riot: The New Era of Uprisings. London: Verso.

Hind, S. 2015: ‘Maps, Kettles and Inflatable Cobblestones: The Art of Playful Disruption in the City’ Media Fields Journal Retrieved from: http://www.mediafieldsjournal.org/tactical-frivolity-and-disobed/

The Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination, 2015: ‘Hacking the COP: The Climate Games in Paris 2015’ EJOLT Report 23: ‘Refocusing resistance for climate justice. COPing in, COPing out and beyond Paris’ Retrieved from: http://www.ejolt.org/2015/09/refocusing-resistance-climate-justice-coping-coping-beyond-paris/

Kaulingfreks, R. and Warren, S. 2010: ‘SWARM: Flash mobs, mobile clubbing and the city’ Culture and Organization 16, 3, 211-227.

Mitchell, D. and Boyd A. 2012: ‘Flash Mobs’ in Boyd, A. and Mitchell, D. (eds) Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution London: OR Books, pp. 46-47.

Wood, L. J. 2015: ‘Idle No More, Facebook and Diffusion’ Social Movement Studies 14, 5, 615-621.

 Naxalites

Routledge, P. 1997: ‘Space, mobility, and collective action: India’s Naxalite movement’ Environment and Planning A, vol. 29, pp. 2165-2189.

Roy, A. 2010: ‘Walking with the Comrades’ Retrieved from: http://www.outlookindia.com/magazine/story/walking-with-the-comrades/264738.

 Lecture 12

Black Lives Matter

Bruinsma, J. 2015: ‘Cop Watch: protecting neighbourhoods from the police’ ROAR Magazine Retrieved from: https://roarmag.org/essays/cop-watch-police-us-murder-blacks-racism/

Cowen, D. and Lewis, N. 2016: ‘Anti-blackness and urban geopolitical economy: Reflections on Ferguson and the suburbanization of the ‘internal colony’’ Environment and Planning D; Society and Space 24, 2, 159-163.

Derickson K. D. 2016: ‘The racial state and resistance in Ferguson and beyond’ Urban Studies 53, 11, 2223-2237.

Gilmore, R.W. 2007: Golden Gulag: Prisons, Surplus, Crisis and Opposition in Globalizing California. Berkeley: Berkeley University Press.

Lecture 13

War of Words/Culture Jamming

Bennett, W. L. and Segerberg, A. 2015: 'Communication in Movements' in Della Porta and Diani, 2015: The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements OUP 367-382.

Dery, M. 1993: Culture Jamming: Hacking, Slashing and Sniping in the Empire of Signs Open Magazine Pamphlet Series. http://project.cyberpunk.ru/idb/culture ;

Klein, N. 2000: No Logo. London: Flamingo.

Milstein, T. and Pulos, A. 2015: 'Culture Jam Pedagogy and Practice: Relocating Culture by Staying on One's Toes' Communication, Culture & Critique 8, 3, 395-413.

Perini, J. 2010: 'Art as Intervention: A Guide to Today's Radical Art Practices' in Team Colors Collective. 2010: Uses of a Whirlwind: Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States. New York: AK Press.

 Lecture 14

Narmada anti Dams

Routledge, P. 2003: ‘Voices of the Dammed: discursive resistance amidst erasure in the Narmada Valley, India’ Political Geography 22, 3, 243-270.

Roy, A. (1999) The Greater Common Good. Bombay: India Book Distributors

Zapatistas

Collier, G.A. & Quaratiello, E.L. 1994: Basta! Land and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas. Oakland, CA: The Institute for Food and Development Policy

EZLN 2016: Critical Thought in the Face of the Capitalist Hydra 1: Contributions by the Sixth Commission of the EZLN Durham, NC: PaperBoat Press.

Olesen, T. 2005: International Zapatismo. London: Zed Books.; Juris, 2012.

O’Tuathail, G. 1997: ‘Shadow Warriors and the Electronic Jury: Mexico and the Chiapas Revolt in the Geo-Financial Panopticon’ Ecumene 4, 3. pp. 300-317.

Ross, J. 1995: Rebellion from the Roots. Monroe, ME: Common Courage Press.

Routledge, P. 1998: 'Going Globile: Spatiality, Embodiment and Media-tion in the Zapatista Insurgency' in Dalby, S. & O’Tuathail, G. (eds.) Rethinking Geopolitics. London: Routledge pp. 240-260.

 Lecture 15

Extend Your reach/Convergence space

Solidarity and Networks

Bandy, J. and Smith, J. (eds). 2005: Coalitions Across Borders Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.

Bosco, F. 2001: 'Place, space, networks, and the sustainability of collective action: the Madres de Plaza de Mayo' Global Networks 1, 4, 307-329.

Cumbers, A. Routledge, P. and and Nativel, C 2008: ‘The Entangled Geographies of Global Justice Networks’ Progress in Human Geography 32, 2, 183-201

Featherstone, D.J. 2012: Solidarity: Hidden Histories and Geographies of Internationalism London: Zed Books.

Grossman, Z. 2005: ‘Unlikely Alliances: Treaty Conflicts and Environmental Cooperation between Native American and Rural White CommunitiesAmerican Indian Culture and Research Journal 29, 4, 21-43.

Juris, J. 2008: Networking Futures: The movements against corporate globalization. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Juris, J. 2008: 'Performing Politics: image, embodiment, and emotive solidarity during anti-corporate globalization protests' Ethnography 9, 1, 61-97.

Klein, N. 2002: Fences and Windows London: Flamingo.

Mertes, T. 2002: 'Grass-roots Globalism' New Left Review 17, 101-110.

Routledge, P. 2003: ‘Convergence Space: process geographies of grassroots globalisation networks’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28, 3, 333-349;

Routledge, P. Cumbers, A. and Nativel, C. 2006: ‘Entangled Logics and Grassroots Imaginaries of Global Justice Networks’ Environmental Politics 15, 5, 839-859.

Routledge, P. Cumbers, A. and Nativel, C. 2007: ‘Grassrooting Network Imaginaries: relationality, power, and mutual solidarity in global justice networks’

Environment and Planning A vol. 39, 2575-2592.

 Lecture 16

People’s Global Action

Featherstone, D. J. 2003: ‘Spatialities of transnational resistance to globalization: the maps of grievance of the Inter-Continental CaravanTransaction of the Institute of British Geographers, 28, 4, 404-421.

Routledge, P. 2003: ‘Convergence Space: process geographies of grassroots globalisation networks’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28, 3, 333-349;

Routledge, P. 2008: ‘Acting in the Network: ANT and the Politics of generating Associations’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 26, 2, 199-217.

Routledge, P. and Cumbers, A. 2009: Global Justice Networks: geographies of transnational solidarity Manchester: Manchester University Press.

 Climate caravan

Routledge, P. 2015: ‘Engendering Gramsci: gender, the philosophy of praxis and spaces of encounter in the Climate Caravan, Bangladesh’ Antipode 47, 5, 1321-1345.

Routledge,P. and Derickson, K. 2015: ‘Situated solidarities and the practice of scholar- activism’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33, 3, 391-407. Quote on pp. 401.

 Lecture 17:

Feel out of place/Tactical performance

Bogad, L. M. 2016: Tactical Performance: the theory and practice of serious play London: Routledge.

Duncombe, S. 2007: Dream: re-imagining progressive politics in an age of fantasy. London: The New Press.

Goodwin et al, 2001; Jasper, J. 1998: 'The Emotions of Protest: Affective and Reactive Emotions in and around Social Movements' Sociological Forum 13, 397–424;

Juris, J. 2008: 'Performing Politics: image, embodiment, and emotive solidarity during anti-corporate globalization protests' Ethnography 9, 1, 61-97.

Routledge, P. 2019: ‘Dawn of the Debt’: Tactical performance, humour and the practice of alter-geopolitics’ Political Geography 68, 146-153.

Verson, J. 2007: 'Why we need cultural activism' in Trapese Collective (ed.) 2007: Do It Yourself: a handbook for changing the world London: Pluto Press, pp. 171-186.

 Lecture 18

Clown Army

Klepto, K. 2004: 'Making war with love: The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army' City 8, 3, 403-411

Klepto, K. and Up Evil, M. 2005: 'The Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army Goes to Scotland Via a Few Other Places' in Harvie, D., Milburn, K., Trott, B. and Watts, D. (eds) 2005: Shut Them Down: The G8, Gleneagles 2005 and the Movement of Movements Leeds: Dissent, pp. 243-254.

Routledge, P. 2012: ‘Sensuous Solidarities: Emotion, Politics and Performance in the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army’ Antipode 44, 2, 428-452.

 LGBTQ Activism

Bronski, M. 2011: A Queer History of the United States Boston: Beacon Press.

Brown, G. 2007: 'Mutinous eruptions: autonomous spaces of radical queer activism' Environment and Planning A 39, 2685-2698.

Gould, D. 2009: Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP's Fight against AIDS Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Wickman, J. 2010: 'Queer activism: what might that be?' trickster 4, Retrieved from http://trickster.net/4/wickman/1.html

 Lectures 19 and 20

scholar activism and solidarity 1 & 2

Autonomous Geographies Collective, 2010: ‘Beyond Scholar Activism: Making Strategic Interventions Inside and Outside the Neoliberal University’ ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 9, 2, 245-275;

Chatterton, P., Fuller, D. and Routledge, P. 2008: ‘Relating action to activism: theoretical and methodological reflections’, in Kindon, S., Pain, R. and Kesby, M. (eds), Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge, 216-222

England, K. 1994: `Getting personal: reflexivity, positionality, and feminist research’ The Professional Geographer, 46, 80-89

Fuller, D. and Kitchen, R. (eds) 2004: Radical Theory/Critical Praxis: Making a Difference Beyond the Academy? Vernon and Victoria, BC, Canada: Praxis (e)Press;

Halvorsen, S. 2015: ‘Militant research against-and-beyond itself: critical perspectives from the university and Occupy London’ Area 47, 4, 466-472

Katz, C. 2001: ‘On the Grounds of Globalization: A Topography for Feminist Political Engagement’, Signs, 26, 4 (2001), 1213- 1229;

Kindon, S., Pain, R. and Kesby, M. (eds) 2008: Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place. London: Routledge;

Koopman, S. 2008: ‘Cutting Through Topologies: Crossing Lines at the School of the Americas’ Antipode 40, 5, 825-847;

Martinez-Alier J. et al. 2014: ‘Between activism and science: grassroots concepts for sustainability coined by Environmental Justice Organizations’ Journal of Political Ecology 21: 19-60.

Massey, D. 2004: 'Geographies of Responsibility' Geografiska Annaler, 86B, 1, 5-18.

Nagar, R., & Geiger, S. 2007: ‘Reflexivity and positionality in feminist fieldwork revisited’ in Tickell, A., Sheppard, E., Peck, J. and Barnes, T.J. (eds) Politics and Practice in Economic Geography. London: Sage, pp. 267-278.

Pulido, L. 2003: ‘The interior life of politics’ Ethics, Place and Environment, 6(1), 46-52.

Routledge, P. 1996: ‘The Third Space as Critical Engagement’ Antipode 28, 4 , 397- 419.

Routledge, P. 2002: ‘Travelling East as Walter Kurtz: Identity, Performance and Collaboration in Goa, India. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 20, 4, 477-498.

Routledge, P. 2008: ‘Acting in the Network: ANT and the Politics of Generating Associations’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26, 2, 199-217.

Routledge, P. and Derickson, K. D. 2015: ‘Situated solidarities and the practice of scholar- activism’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33, 3, 391-407

Rose , G. 1997: `Situating knowledges: positionality, reflexivities and other tactics' Progress in Human Geography 21, 3, 305-320;

Russell, B. 2015: ‘Beyond activism/academia: militant research and the radical climate and climate justice movement(s)’ Area 47, 4, 3, 222–229.

Staeheli, L. A. and Lawson, V. A. 1995: `Feminism, praxis and human geography' Geographical Analysis, 321-338;

Wynne-Jones, S., North, P. and Routledge, P. 2015: 'Practising participatory geographies: potentials, problems and politics' Area 47, 3, 218-221

This list was last updated on 09/09/2019