ACME: Neue Ausgaben online, issue 1, 2011

ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Volume 10, Issue 1, 2011


Special Thematic Interventions Section:
New Directions in Political Toponymy
Reuben Rose-Redwood and Derek H. Alderman, Guest Editors

link_ikon Critical Interventions in Political Toponymy
Reuben Rose-Redwood and Derek H. Alderman, pp. 1-6

link_ikon (Inter)national Naming: Heritage, Conflict and Diaspora
Yvonne Whelan, pp. 7-12

link_ikon Banal Naming, Neoliberalism, and Landscapes of Dispossession
Lawrence D. Berg, pp. 13-22

link_ikon Theorizing Scale in Critical Place-Name Studies
Joshua Hagen, pp. 23-27

link_ikon The Critical Turn and Beyond: The Case of Commemorative Street Naming
Maoz Azaryahu, pp. 28-33

link_ikon Rethinking the Agenda of Political Toponymy
Reuben Rose-Redwood, pp. 34-41

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Special Thematic Section:
Places Postcolonialism Forgot
Karen M. Morin, Guest Editor

link_ikon Introduction: Places Postcolonialism forgot (and how to find them)
David Butz, pp. 42-47

link_ikon Questioning the Precolonial, Colonial and Postcolonial in the Context of the Brao of Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia
Ian G. Baird, pp. 48-57

link_ikon Our Theories, Ourselves: Hierarchies of Place and Status in the U.S. Academy
Karen M. Morin and Tamar Y. Rothenberg, pp. 58-68

link_ikon The Politics of the Middle: Re-centering class in the postcolonial
Rowan Ellis, pp. 69-81

link_ikon Once the dust of Africa is in your blood: tracking Northern Rhodesia¹s white diaspora
Pamela Shurmer-Smith, pp. 82-94

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link_ikon Why Should Geographers Lost In The Field Read Roland Barthes?
Yann Calbérac, pp. 95-106

link_ikon Let the Market Decide? Canadian Farmers Fight the Logic of Market Choice in GM wheat
Emily Eaton, pp. 107-131

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