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For Slow Scholarship: A Feminist Politics of Resistance through Collective Action in the Neoliberal University
The neoliberal university requires high productivity in compressed time frames. Though the neoliberal transformation of the university is well documented, the isolating effects and embodied workExpand
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Beyond white privilege
This paper builds from scholarship on whiteness and white privilege to argue for an expanded focus that includes settler colonialism and white supremacy. We argue that engaging with white supremacyExpand
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Economic Development, Racialization, and Privilege: “Yes in My Backyard” Prison Politics and the Reinvention of Madras, Oregon
This article draws from geographic engagements with theories of racialization and NIMBYism to explore connections between economic development and the relational construction of racial identities. IExpand
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Race and ethnicity I: Property, race, and the carceral state
In this report, I focus on property, particularly housing, as an essential race-making institution and consider its connections to the carceral state. I examine renewed attention to property withinExpand
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Racing Economic Geography: The Place of Race in Economic Geography
In this paper, I provide a critical overview of research in economic geography on race and racialization. I begin with a discussion about the connections between geography and processes ofExpand
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Discipline and Devolution: Constructions of Poverty, Race, and Criminality in the Politics of Rural Prison Development
Abstract:  The soaring expansion of the US prison population is transforming the geographies of both urban and rural landscapes. As the trend in mass incarceration persists, depressed rural spacesExpand
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Calling on Femininity? Gender, Call Centers, and Restructuring in the Rural American West
This research explores the geographical processes (re)shaping the call center industry in the rural American West. In light of growing public debate concerned with globalization and the “outsourcing”Expand
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Articulations of Place, Poverty, and Race: Dumping Grounds and Unseen Grounds in the Rural American Northwest
This project extends poverty research by addressing the lack of knowledge about place and race differences in poverty processes (Blank 2005). Rural places experience a range of modes of articulationExpand
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Where do Black lives matter? Race, stigma, and place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This article analyzes how the spatial metaphor of 53206, a zip code within the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, connects with crises in the legitimacy of policing and politicians’ claims to care aboutExpand
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