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Closing the neoliberal gap: risk and regulation in the long war of securitization
When US military commanders refer today to the “long war”, they could more instructively refer to the “long war of securitization”, involving both practices of war and reconstruction that have always been based on a ...
Regimes of performance: practices of the normalised self in the neoliberal university
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-07)
Universities today inescapably find themselves part of nationally and globally competitive networks that appear firmly inflected by neoliberal concerns of rankings, benchmarking and productivity. This, of course, has in ...
Participative critical enquiry in graduate field-based learning
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-10-09)
This paper outlines a critical pedagogic approach to field-based learning (FBL) at graduate level. Drawing on student experience stemming from a FBL module and as part of an MA programme in Environment, Society and ...
Field-based learning: the challenge of practising participatory knowledge
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-05-14)
In 2009, Geography at National University of Ireland, Galway, launched a new taught master's programme, the MA in Environment, Society and Development. The vision for the programme was to engage students in the analysis ...
US Central Command and liberal imperial reach: 'Shaping the Central Region for the 21st Century'
For over 30 years, the grand strategy of one of the most important commands in the US military, Central Command (CENTCOM), has consistently held fast to a commitment to neoliberal capitalism and an ostensibly free-market ...
Geography militant: resistance and the essentialisation of identity in colonial Ireland
In recent years, a growing recognition of the interconnections (in addition to the conflicts) between the worlds of the coloniser and the colonised has enabled the construction of an enhanced collection of differentiated ...
Contours of colonialism: Gaelic Ireland and the early colonial subject
The sixteenth century is critical to our reading of Ireland's subsequent colonial and indeed postcolonial geographies, yet has frequently evaded considered scrutiny for a variety of reasons, including the deficiencies of ...
Cultural geographies of the contact zone: Gaels, Galls and overlapping territories in late medieval Ireland
In writing about the social and cultural geographies of the past, we frequently reinforce notions of difference by using neatly delineated ethnic terms of reference that often superscribe the complexities of reality on the ...