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East Asian Regional Conference in Alternative Geography

6-8 December, 2016 Report by Wing Shing Tang Thanks to the sponsorship of Human Geography, the 8th Meeting of East Asian Regional Conference in Alternative Geography (EARCAG) was successfully held at the Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University, between
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  • October 2015 Grant Recipients

    By John Lauermann

    The Institute for Human Geography has awarded four grants during the October 2015 round of our Small Grants Program. We are happy to announce the finalists: Robert Bridi, Biotechnological Geographies: An Examination of the Genetically Modified Cotton Industry in Maharashtra,
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    October 2015 Grant Proposals

    By John Lauermann

    A huge effort, in terms of labor and time, over 7 years, has produced both a viable new radical journal and a surplus of funds that can be used to support radical activism, research, and writing.  So the Institute for
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  • October 2015 Grant Proposals

    By John Lauermann

    A huge effort, in terms of labor and time, over 7 years, has produced both a viable new radical journal and a surplus of funds that can be used to support radical activism, research, and writing.  So the Institute for
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    The Gandhi of our Times

    By Japhy Wilson

    Japhy Wilson, National Strategic Centre for the Right to Territory (CENEDET), Quito, Ecuador   In September of this year the United Nations will endorse the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as the framework for
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    April 2015 Grant Recipients

    By John Lauermann

    The Institute for Human Geography has awarded four projects during the April 2015 round of our Small Grants Program. The finalists for this round are:   Waquar Ahmed, Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investments in Retail in India: The Case of
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  • Capitalism vs. the Climate: An Interview with Naomi Klein

    By John Finn

    The full version of this interview with Naomi Klein will appear in Human Geography, vol. 8, no. 1 (2015). Johnny Finn, Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology, Christopher Newport University   In Naomi Klein’s latest book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism
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    On the (re)militarization of geography

    By John Finn

    This is a condensed version of the full introduction to the symposium published in Human Geography, vol. 7, no. 3 (2014). – Johnny Finn, Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology, Christopher Newport University   The current issue of Human Geography
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    Call for Grant Proposals

    By John Lauermann

    The Institute for Human Geography is pleased to announce its second round of small grants to support research and activism in radical geography. Please consult our Grant Program guidelines for full details; the context for this funding system is described
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  • The Automated Epistemology of an iParadigm Shift

    By Student

    Student[1]    “…it was deemed desirable to be able to compare on a level plane the performance of every university in the country, and this inevitably led to a ubiquitous quantification of every aspect of teaching, research and service …[and]
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    Welcome to the new hugeog.com!

    By John Lauermann

    On behalf of the Human Geography editorial committee, I’m pleased to welcome you to the new hugeog.com. In addition to a new design concept, we’ve updated much of our backend system — the site functions in largely the same manner
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