Spatial Politics: Essays For Doreen Massey

Spatial Politics: Essays For Doreen Massey

by David Featherstone
     
 

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This critical engagement with Doreen Massey’s ground-breaking work in geographic theory and its relationship to politics features specially commissioned essays from former students and colleagues, as well as the artists, political figures and activists whose thinking she has helped to shape. It seeks to mark and take forward her compelling contributions to

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This critical engagement with Doreen Massey’s ground-breaking work in geographic theory and its relationship to politics features specially commissioned essays from former students and colleagues, as well as the artists, political figures and activists whose thinking she has helped to shape. It seeks to mark and take forward her compelling contributions to geographical theorizing and political debate.

  • High profile contributors include Lawrence Grossberg, Chantal Mouffe, Jamie Peck and Jane Wills
  • The global reach and significance of Massey’s work recommends this volume to a diverse readership
  • Provides an agenda for work on spatial politics and critical geography
  • Sets out the contours of a human geography informed by Doreen Massey’s work

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“It’s all to the good, then, that here we have a group of scholars who seem to have been long doing so successfully, taking Massey’s work in new and exciting directions, and we have eighteen excellent examples of how to do it.”  (Antipode , 1 September 2013)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781444338300
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/22/2013
Series:
RGS-IBG Book Series, #42
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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Meet the Author

David Featherstone is a Senior Lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Glasgow, UK. He studied with Doreen Massey for a PhD at the Open University in the late 1990s. His research focuses on transnational social movements and on the relations between space and politics. He is the author of Resistance Space and Political Identities: the Making of Counter-Global Networks (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008), and Solidarity: Hidden Histories and Geographies of Internationalism (2012).

Joe Painter is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Durham, UK. He also gained his PhD with Doreen Massey at the Open University, a decade earlier than his co-editor. He has held a visiting fellowship at the Australian National University in Canberra. The author (with Alex Jeffrey) of Political Geography: an Introduction to Space and Power (2009), his current research focuses on the prosaic geographies of the state.

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