Legal geography explores the practice and conceptualization of the law in and via place and space, examining the relationship between law and the changing spatial, social, and environmental conditions that create and contribute to our understanding of the world(s) we inhabit. The Legal Geography Specialty Group of the AAG welcomes all graduate student scholars who pursue research that involves legal inquiry-whether you consider yourself a 'spatial detective' (Bennett 2015), a transdisciplinary/post-disciplinary scholar (Braverman et al. 2014), or are simply interested in the utility of legal geography as a subdiscipline for supporting your work. As legal geographers we study a wide range of topics, including (im)migration, environmental justice, property, resource management, the administration of law in place, law and urban spaces, and much more.
This session is part 2 of 3, and will focus on topics around capitalist food systems and food deserts, regulation of urban spaces, and houselessness.
|Presenter||Stephen Przybylinski*, Syracuse University, A Possessory Interest: Exceptions to Rights of Possessory Exclusion in Portland’s Houseless Encampments||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Persis Taraporevala*, King's College London, ‘Homegrown’ Smart Cities: empowering or deregulating Indian municipal government?||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Hannah Kass*, University of Pennsylvania, The Law of the Land: A Legal Analysis of the Corporate Food Regime and the Institutionalization of Food Sovereignty in the U.S.||15||12:00 AM|
|Presenter||Alanna Higgins*, West Virginia University, Using Legal Geography to Interrogate the Food Desert’s Spatial Imaginary||15||12:00 AM|
|Discussant||Jayme Walenta University of Texas - Austin||15||12:00 AM|
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