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BlackGirl Geography

A (Re)Mapping Guide towards Harriet Tubman and Beyond

Loren S. Cahill

an entrenchment of empire and have, rather, conceived of spaces that foster sacred safety and deep connection. Blackgirls’ use of creative, conceptual, and material geographies, as Chinyere Okafor (2018) reminds us, illustrates our own unique

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Hostile Geographies

Black Girls Fight to Save Themselves and the World

Dehanza Rogers

disrupting the educational system. This article is about two cinematic Black girls—Amy and Melanie. In the geographies of education, the classroom is seen as true north. What takes place within those walls is the learning of not only the requisite subjects

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Mobilizing a “Spiritual Geography”

The Art and Child Artists of the Carrolup Native School and Settlement, Western Australia

Ellen Percy Kraly and Ezzard Flowers

). From the movement of the art through and from Noongar country, a “spiritual geography” emerges and reveals new spaces for learning and listening. Through their art, the Noongar children continue to instruct and inspire current and, we hope, future

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Explaining Germany's Electoral Geography

Evidence from the Eastern States

Steven Wuhs and Eric McLaughlin

be accounted for by geography and spatial factors. Spatial dependence is a regular feature in any election where vote totals are contained within areal units. 11 It is hardly uncommon for parties in democracies to perform better in some distinct

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The Geographical Extent of Azania

Felix Chami

location of Azania and the locations of its metropolis of which the region of modern East Africa is the one preferred by him. It is also obvious that the geography of Claudia Ptolemy, which also provides a map of Africa, places Azania in the region of East

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Geographical Imagination, Anthropology, and Political Exiles

Photographers of Siberia in Late Imperial Russia

Tatiana Saburova

In the second half of the nineteenth century, Russian society acquired a durable image of Siberia formulated through geography and history textbooks, fiction and travelogues, and actively disseminated by the periodical press. 1 The works of Anton

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Black Geographies and Black Ecologies as Insurgent Ecocriticism

Alex A. Moulton and Inge Salo

subordination is being unsettled by Black spatial and environmental scholarship that challenges the canons of Western knowledge. Looking through Black epistemologies and affirming the theoretical and practical purchase of them, both Black geographies and Black

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Geographical differentiation in access to higher education in Sweden

Aimee Haley

-secondary-school grades and parental education) and geographical origin, along the rural–urban spectrum. The purpose of this study is to examine how Swedish students of different geographical origins (i.e. the regions where they lived for at least one year prior to

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Epitaphic

Eleni Philippou

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“Epitaphic” features two poems that were written to speak to the poet's interest in commemorating or capturing past moments, events, or persons. “Topographies” is concerned with the interplay between transience and permanence—the passing of time, changing relationships, but also the altering of emotional and physical landscapes. The poem largely speaks to a process of loss and memory, both on a macrocosmic or geographical level, and on a smaller, intimate level. Similarly, “Thanatos” connects with the broad theme of loss, particularly humanity's inability to recognize, appease, or ameliorate the suffering of the animal Other.

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Geography and Mobility: Recent Themes in French Scholarship

Aurélien Delpirou and Hadrien Dubucs

What has geography contributed to the new paradigm of mobilities research? This question may appear out of place insofar as mobility has always been a subfield of human geography. In history or sociology (for example), mobilities research was an innovation—but as Tim Creswell and Peter Merriman noted with wit, geographers have returned to mobility as if they were ‘revisiting an old friend’.