Spring 2019 SGD Colloquium

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Speaker Series Spring 2019

Friday Colloquia meet from 3:30 to 4:45 in ENR2 Building, Room S107. The series brings prominent scholars and professionals from across a range of perspectives, including human geography, spatial analytic methods, regional science, physical geography, and human-environment research.

Coffee, tea, and snacks are served starting at 3PM.

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Jan. 18

Daniel Martinez

Immigrant Political Opportunities and Crime Reporting

Jan. 25

Kyle D. Green

Talking Your Self Into It: How Accounts Shape Action

Feb. 1

Shaina Potts The Geopolitics of Law: Judicial Territory and the Legal Modalities of American Power

Feb. 8

Kelly Kay

Appraising Conservation: Environmental Protection and the Politics of Value in Colorado's Tax Credit Market

Feb. 15

Anthony Fontes

Mortal Doubt: Transnational Gangs and Social Order

Feb. 22

William Solecki

Urban Environmental Change, Resilience, and Adaptation

Mar. 1

Jennifer Carlson

The Polica Man's Burden: Race, Masculinities, and the Politics of Legitimate Violence

Mar. 15

Shefali Milczarek-Desai

Constitutional Cities

Mar. 22

Julie Young

Janice Monk Lecture - The Border as Archive: Reframing the Crisis Mode of Governance at the Canada-US Border

Mar. 29

Reece Jones

SAGA Lecture - Violent Borders and the Right to Move

Apr. 12

Barbara Atwood

My Arizona Lecture - Gender, Race, and Family in Arizona

Apr. 19

Noam Leshem Green Line, Black Panther: Radical Politics in Jerusalem's No Man's Land

Apr. 26

William A.V. Clark

David Plane Symposium



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