Tag Archives: political geography

Non-Stop at the Leicester Geography anniversary celebrations

Last weekend the Department of Geography at the University of Leicester celebrated its 90th anniversary.  The anniversary open day was a great opportunity to showcase the research being undertaken in the department to former students and staff from across the … Continue reading

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Practices of solidarity: new paper accepted for publication

This week Helen and I have had a paper related to the Non-Stop Against Apartheid project accepted for publication in Antipode: a radical journal of geography. The paper is called “Practices of solidarity: opposing apartheid in the centre of London”.  Here’s … Continue reading

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City Group: disaffiliated over geography, expelled for politics

On 23 February 1985 the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group ceased to be an officially recognised local group of the national Anti-Apartheid Movement.  This was the culmination of more than two years of growing political tensions between the leadership of … Continue reading

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Creating worlds: The affective spaces of experimental politics

I am looking forward to participating in the Creating Worlds workshop at Royal Holloway (University of London) next Monday.  This event has been organised and hosted by Anja Kanngieser as part of her ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship.  Like me, Anja is part of the … Continue reading

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