In this first of three panel sessions focusing on the past, present, and future of critical-geographical scholarship on resources, contributing authors to the The Routledge Handbook of Critical Resource Geography (scheduled for publication in the second half of 2020) will reflect upon the intellectual traditions that have shaped how critical geographers and allied scholars approach the study of resources, identify conjunctural factors and circumstances that have led to shifts in how this work is carried out, and consider how this body of scholarship has contributed (or may contribute in the future) to the creation of more socio-environmentally just worlds.
|Panelist||Ashley Fent Vassar College||10|
|Panelist||Kolson Schlosser Temple University||10|
|Panelist||Tom Perreault Syracuse University||10|
|Panelist||Anna Zalik York University||10|
|Panelist||Kärg Kama University of Birmingham||10|
|Panelist||Lisa Campbell Duke University||10|
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