Special Section of ACME on Critical Political Geography

ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies

Volume 13, issue 3, 2014

Special Thematic Interventions Section: Critical Political Geography

Guest edited by Kirsi Pauliina Kallio, Anna-Kaisa Kuusisto-Arponen, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Juha Ridenpää, Lauren Martin, and Andrew Burridge

Subject, Silence, Narrative, Humor, Family, No Borders: Six Openings to Critical Political Geography, pp 424-427

Kirsi Pauliina Kallio, Anna-Kaisa Kuusisto-Arponen, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Juha Ridenpää, Lauren Martin, and Andrew Burridge



Who is the Subject of Political Action? pp 428-433

Kirsi Pauliina Kallio



Silence, Childhood Displacement, and Spatial Belonging, pp 434-441

Anna-Kaisa Kuusisto-Arponen



Using Narrativity as Methodological Tool, pp 442-449

Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola


Seriously Serious Political Spaces of Humor, pp 450-456

Juha Ridenpää



Accounting for the Familial: Discourse, Practice and Political Possibility, pp 457-462

Lauren Martin



‘No Borders’ as a Critical Politics of Mobility and Migration, pp 463-470

Andrew Burridge



Conclusion: Critical Political Geographies, pp 471-472

Kirsi Pauliina Kallio, Anna-Kaisa Kuusisto-Arponen, Eeva-Kaisa Prokkola, Juha Ridenpää, Lauren Martin, and Andrew Burridge






Policyfailing: The Case of Public Property Disposal in Washington, D.C., pp  473-494

Katie Wells



‘The new town square, the new public sphere’: Alternatives to neoliberalising cyberspace in India?, pp 495-504

Saskia Warren



Beyond the water-land binary in geography: Water/lands of Bengal re-visioning hybridity, pp 505-529

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt



Border Wars: Narratives and Images of the US-Mexican Border on TV, pp 530-550

Reece Jones



Redefining the Cultural Landscape in British Columbia: Huu-ay-aht Youth Visions for a Post-Treaty Era in Nuu-chah-nulth Territory pp 551-580

Vanessa Sloan Morgan, Heather Castleden, and the Huu-ay-aht First Nation



“Walls Turned Sideways are Bridges”: Carceral Scripts and the Transformation of the Prison Space, pp 581-594

Rashad Shabazz




Decolonizing Cascadia?, pp 595-604

‘Decolonizing Cascadia? Rethinking Critical Geographies’ conference organizing committee


The next two issues of ACME are in press, and should be out very soon:

ACME, Volume 13, Issue 4, 2014:  In Press

Special Thematic Sections: 

  • Principled Engagement: Political Ecologists and their interactions outside of the Academy 
  • Poststructuralist Epistemologies
  • miscellaneous research papers

ACME, Volume 14, Issue 1, 2015:  In Press

Special Thematic Sections: 

  • Geografías del 15-M: crisis, austeridad y movilización social en España
  • Civic Geographies

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