Posted from NUS website: CALL FOR PAPERS (DEADLINE: 30 DEC 2013) This workshop is organised by the Migration Clusters of Asia Research Institute, & Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore. It also has
We recently moved to San Francisco. I’ve been struck by the ways in which people are pre-criminalized by the city. There is a sense that anyone who uses public spaces and public services are already-always
The 20th Annual Critical Geography Conference CFP is up. Conference will be held 21-23 February 2014 in Boulder, CO. Themes this year are, “Gegraphies Otherwise,” “Critical Traditions, Revisited,” “Decolonizing Methods,” and “Diversifying Geography.” The
I accompanied Katie on another research field site last week. It’s been a year since our last shared excursion. This time was different. I’m not sure why. Maybe i’ve learned more tools for compartmentalizing. Maybe it’s
Everyone says, “Make sure you exercise” when you first start graduate school. They’ll remind you at annual meetings about life-work balance. They chime in again at check-ins. It’s a constant topic of conversation over
I spent the better part of this morning reading a paper (as yet unpublished) by Andrew T. Guzman and Katerina Linos (both of Berkeley Law) titled “Human Rights Backsliding” and then attending a talk
I’ve been hunting for the documentation linking the Rockefeller Foundation with the U.S. military occupation in Haiti in the early 20th century. The story of Rockefeller in Haiti is old news. The RF was
My colleague, Katie Gillespie and i have posted a CFP for the AAG Annual Meeting in Tampa, 2014: Economies of Death: Economic logics of killable life and grievable death Organizers: Patricia Lopez (Geography, University of Washington) Kathryn Gillespie
We had a lovely chat last night with a colleague of Jason’s and his wife – a science education policy advocate. The question of eugenics arose – on the one hand, the long and
Pretty sure I found the smallest pub in London, just off the Mall. Ooh, chichi...
The Fitzroy Tavern
NYC Public Library ruined me for all other libraries.
Because, you know, San Francisco
Super Girl Scouts only restroom
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