AAG 2013: Uprising Geographies double session

After the call for papers that we circulated 3 weeks ago, we were able to submit a double session on Geographies of Uprising for the next Association of American Geographers meeting in Los Angeles in Spring.

Here’s the line-up:

Uprising Geographies: Urban Resistance and Security – Session I

Jared Van Ramshorst (San Diego State University)
Networks of Emotion: Understanding Spaces of Emerging Social Movements

Sam Halvorsen (University College London)
Subverting Space: Territorial Practices and the Occupy Movement

Anna Feigenbaum (Bournemouth University)
Speaking of Occupy: Place, politics and communication in protest camps

Irene Molina (Uppsala University)
Militarization and Uprisings in Post-welfare Swedish Suburbs

Uprising Geographies: Urban Resistance and Security – Session II

Adam Ramadan (University of Birmingham)
Uprising and the Camp: the Palestinian Revolution in Lebanon

Jonathan Rokem (Ben Gurion University of the Negev), Marco Allegra (University of Lisbon) & Irene Bono (Università degli Studi di Torino)
Rethinking Cities through Protest: The Arab Spring and the Mobilization of Urban Dissent

Elisa Pascucci (University of Sussex)
Aid, Security and Neoliberal Urbanism in Cairo: spatial practices of containment after the Mustapha Mahmoud protest, 2005

Sara Fregonese (Royal Holloway University of London)
Mediterranean Uprisings: Towards a Hybrid Geography of Sovereignty

John Agnew (University of California, Los Angeles)

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One thought on “AAG 2013: Uprising Geographies double session

  1. @nellyali says:

    Is there any way I can contact the session organisers please? Many thanks.

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