Category Archives: Geography

Update

It’s been a busy few months, and as a result, I’ve once again let the blogging slide, but hopefully the impending summer will give me a chance to get things up and running once again. In any case, here are … Continue reading

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RGS-IBG 2014 CFP: Geographies of colonial & postcolonial exile

Another Call for Papers for the RGS-IBG Conference – this time by myself and Uma Kothari at Manchester. This follows up some interests in colonial exile and resistant politics that we both have. Please feel free to get in touch … Continue reading

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RGS-IBG 2014 CFP: Geogs of sound, radio and participation

Based on work I’ve been doing with Bethan Evans and Matt Benwell over the past few years, we’ve put together a Call for Papers for the RGS-IBG on Sound and participation in Geographical research. Please get in touch if you … Continue reading

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Summer arrivals: new paper & book chapter

Whilst I was away in India over the summer, a new paper of mine on the Royal Indian Navy Mutiny came out in Social & Cultural Geography.  The paper is about the various processes of identity creation that occurred amongst … Continue reading

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BASAS Conference talks online

Some of the presentations from this year’s British Association of South Asian Studies Conference are now online here. I wasn’t at the conference, so it’s great to be able to catch up with things in this form. There are some … Continue reading

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Pondicherry

Various research pathways seem to be leading me towards Pondicherry at the moment. Firstly, over the last few years I’ve been dragged more and more (not unwillingly) into thinking about the historical geographies of resistance to colonialism in India. I … Continue reading

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Spatial Politics: A conversation

People may be aware of this already, but there’s an event for Doreen Massey on in the RGS in London on the 8th of March – ‘Spatial Politics: A Conversation‘. The event is to launch the book Spatial Politics: Essays … Continue reading

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Updates to the blog

I’ve updated some of the pages on this blog with links recently, so there’s new stuff on the India, Geography, Philosophy and Resources for Students sections. As ever, there’s no rhyme nor reason to these things, it’s more a collection … Continue reading

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Creating Alternative Worlds (a few weeks late)

A few weeks ago I was at a great workshop on ‘Creative Alternative Worlds’ organised by Anja Kanngieser and the Protest Camps Research Network in Royal Holloway in London. I meant to write something more fully up about it, but … Continue reading

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