Critical Geography

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Critical Geography and Inuit Views

Irena Leisbet Ceridwen Connon and Archie W. Simpson • Jul 22 2019 • Student Features
Sustaining a narrow focus on nation-state ideas about territory risks pushing out of view marginal but insightful approaches developed, for example, by the Inuit.

Critical Geography: An Introduction

By drawing attention to alternative ways that space can be imagined, critical geographers have sought to transform international politics and the global space.

A Post/Decolonial Geography beyond ‘the Language of the Mouth’

Amber Murrey • Jun 24 2017 • Articles
Nurturing a political and ethical consciousness attuned to people and relationships is an approach useful for navigating the entangled histories of colonialism.

Online Resources – Critical Theory

E-International Relations • Jan 7 2017 • Online resources
A collection of resources introducing, and exploring, critical approaches to International Relations - including critical geography.

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