Black Geographies Bibliography: Fall 2016-Summer 2017

Here’s a bibliography of recent Black Geographies work.  A PDF version is also available here: 2016-2017 Black Geographies Bibliography

Be sure to share any recent work with the Black Geographies Google Group: blackgeographies@googlegroups.com

Black Geographies Bibliography: Fall 2016-Summer 2017

Barron, Melanie. 2017. “Remediating a Sense of Place: Memory and Environmental Justice in Anniston, Alabama.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 62–79.

Bledsoe, Adam. 2017. “Marronage as a Past and Present Geography in the Americas.” Southeastern Geographer. 57 (1): 30–50.

Bledsoe, Adam, Latoya E. Eaves, and Brian Williams. 2017. “Introduction: Black Geographies in and of the United States South.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 6–11.

Blevins, Steven. 2016. Living Cargo: How Black Britain Performs Its Past. 349 pp. Minneapolis, MN: U of Minnesota P.

Calvente, Lisa B. Y. 2017. “From the Rotten Apple to the State of Empire: Neoliberalism, Hip Hop, and New York City’s Crisis.” Souls 19 (2): 126–43.

Cooper, Brittney C. 2017. Beyond Respectability: The Intellectual Thought of Race Women. University of Illinois Press.

Craft, Renée Alexander. 2017. “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.” Souls 19 (1): 91–107.

Domosh, Mona. 2017. “Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107 (3): 765–78.

Eaves, Latoya E. 2017. “Black Geographic Possibilities: On a Queer Black South.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 80–95.

Harris, Rosalind, and Heather Hyden. 2017. “Geographies of Resistance Within the Black Belt South.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 51–61.

Hawthorne, Camilla. 2017. “In Search of Black Italia.” Transition, no. 123: 152–74.

Hawthorne, Camilla, and Brittany Meché. 2016. “Making Room for Black Feminist Praxis in Geography.” Society and Space. September 30. https://societyandspace.com/material/commentaries/camilla-hawthorne-and-brittany-meche-making-room-for-black-feminist-praxis-in-geography/.

Kelley, Robin D. G. 2017. “What Did Cedric Robinson Mean by Racial Capitalism?” Boston Review, January. http://bostonreview.net/race/robin-d-g-kelley-what-did-cedric-robinson-mean-racial-capitalism.

Kitada, Eri. 2016. “Commemorating Racial Violence: Street Naming and Segregation in New York City, 1999.” NANZAN REVIEW OF AMERICAN STUDIES 38: 21–34.

Krupar, Shiloh, and Nadine Ehlers. 2017. “Biofutures: Race and the Governance of Health.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (2): 222–40.

Leeuuw, Sarah de, and Briar Craig. 2017. “Mapping Justice with Letter Press Printing: The Bold Type Work of Amos Kennedy.” ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 16 (1): 138–48.

McKittrick, Katherine. 2017. “Commentary: Worn out.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 96–100.

Mollett, Sharlene. 2017. “Celebrating Critical Geographies of Latin America: Inspired by an NFL Quarterback.” Journal of Latin American Geography 16 (1): 165.

Montero, Carla Maria Guerrón. 2017. “‘To Preserve Is to Resist’: Threading Black Cultural Heritage from within in Quilombo Tourism.” Souls 19 (1): 75–90.

Olund, Eric. 2017. “Multiple Racial Futures: Spatio-Temporalities of Race during World War I.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (2): 281–98.

Rodriguez, Akira Drake. 2016. “Remaking Black Political Spaces for Black Liberation.” Metropolitics, December. https://www.metropolitiques.eu/Remaking-Black-Political-Spaces.html.

Shields, Tanya. 2017. “Magnolia Longing: The Plantation Tour as Palimpsest.” Souls 19 (1): 6–23.

Slocum, Karla. 2017a. “Black Towns and the Civil War: Touring Battles of Race, Nation, and Place.” Souls 19 (1): 59–74.

———. 2017b. “Guest Editor’s Note.” Souls 19 (1): 1–5.

Smith, Sara, and Pavithra Vasudevan. 2017. “Race, Biopolitics, and the Future: Introduction to the Special Section.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (2): 210–21.

Smith, Sarah Stefana. 2016. “Towards a Poetics of Bafflement.” University of Toronto.

Sziarto, Kristin M. 2017. “Whose Reproductive Futures? Race-Biopolitics and Resistance in the Black Infant Mortality Reduction Campaigns in Milwaukee.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35 (2): 299–318.

Thomson Jr., Raymond (Profiling Jonathan Hall). 2017. “In Human Hands: The Future of the California Condor.” http://wvumag.wvu.edu/features/in-human-hands-the-future-of-the-california-condor.

Towns, Armond R. 2017. “The ‘Lumpenproletariat’s Redemption’: Black Radical Potentiality and LA Gang Tours.” Souls 19 (1): 39–58.

Williams, Bianca C. 2017. “‘Giving Back’ to Jamaica: Experiencing Community and Conflict While Traveling with Diasporic Heart.” Souls 19 (1): 24–38.

Williams, Brian. 2017. “Articulating Agrarian Racism: Statistics and Plantationist Empirics.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 12–29.

Williamson, Terrion L. 2016. Scandalize My Name: Black Feminist Practice and the Making of Black Social Life. Oxford University Press.

Woods, Clyde. 2017a. Development Arrested: The Blues and Plantation Power in the Mississippi Delta (with an Introduction by Ruth Gilmore). 2nd ed. Verso Books.

———. 2017b. Development Drowned and Reborn: The Blues and Bourbon Restorations in Post-Katrina New Orleans. Edited by Laura Pulido and Jordan Camp. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

Wright, Willie Jamaal. 2017. “Memorial for Alton Sterling, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 2016.” Southeastern Geographer 57 (1): 1–3.

 

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