New articles, books, and projects out from the lab group in 2022!
Barnes, J. 2022 Staple Security: Bread and Wheat in Egypt. Durham: Duke University Press.
DeBoom, M.J. 2022. “Climate Coloniality as Atmospheric Violence: From Necropolitics Toward Planetary Mutuality.” Political Geography 99: 102786.
DeBoom, M.J. 2022. “Radioactive Strategies: Geopolitical Rivalries, African Agency, and the Longue Durée of Nuclear Infrastructures in Namibia.” In Seth Schindler and Jessica DiCarlo (eds), The Rise of the Infrastructure State: How US-China Rivalry Shapes Politics and Place Worldwide, p. 137-152. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.
Hardy, D., and N. Heynen. 2022. “I am Sapelo”: Racialized uneven development and land politics within the Gullah Geechee Corridor. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 5 (1):401–425.
Hardy, D., M. Bailey, and N. Heynen. 2022. “We’re Still Here”: An Abolition Ecology Blockade of Double Dispossession of Gullah/Geechee Land. Annals of the American Association of Geographers 112 (3):867–876.
Stawkowski, Magdalena. 2023. “Manipulative Statecraft: The Disinformation Campaigns and Presidential Powersof Trump and Putin.” In Donna Goldstein and Kristen Drybread, eds.,Corruption and Illiberal Politics in the Trump Era. Abington: Routledge. Pp. 182-200. (Online version Fall 2022).
Stawkowski, Magdalena. 2022. “Kazakhstan’s Legacy of Nuclear Testing and Its Post-Soviet Nuclear Future.” Nonproliferation Review. Book Review, Atomic Steppe: How Kazakhstan Gave Up the Bomb. Stanford: Stanford University Press.Togzhan Kassenova.
Stawkowski, Magdalena. 2022. “Foreword: The Atomic Now.” In Livia Monnet ed.Toxic Immanence: Decolonizing Nuclear Legacies and Futures. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.