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:

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.

Kelley, Robin D. G. 2017. “What Did Cedric Robinson Mean by Racial Capitalism?” Boston Review, January.

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.

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.”

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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