Louise Crewe, Nottingham. Geography, Does shopping matter? Passion, possession and the production of meaningful consumption
UK Geographers, U.K. Geography, What I Did this Summer
Patrick Lawless, U.K. Geography, Floristic Biogeography of a Geographically Widespread Rock Outcrop Vegetation Type in eastern North America
Catherine Dolan, Northeastern University, Anthropology & Sociology, Fields of Obligation: Gender, Labor and the Politics of the Luxury Vegetable in Kenya
Sarah Lyon, U.K. Anthropology, Somos Cooperativistas: Strengthening Participatory Democracy in Rural Guatemala through Fair Trade Coffee Consumption
Jane Collins, Wisconsin, Madison. Sociology & Womens Studies, Do Commodity Chains have a Theory?
Walter Benn Michaels, University of Illinois-Chicago Circle. English, The Death of a Beautiful Woman: Memento and the Idea of Aesthetic Form
Joel Wainwright, OSU. Geography.
Peter Little, UK. Anthropology.
Sven Koppany, Department of Geography Clark University Wireless Philadephia: a geography of urban human-computer interaction
Jeff West,U.K. Geography, Negotiating Muslim Identity and Secular Politics: The Spatialities of Religion and State in Turkey's Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi
Sue Roberts, U.K. Geography, Contradictions at the border: the case of US port security
Bruce D'Arcus, Miami, Ohio. Geography, Sovereignty, Law and the Spatial Architecture of Rights: The Exceptional Spaces of Extraordinary Rendition
Mary Thomas, OSU, We're all God's children: banal multiculturalism and racial-ethnic identification at a Los Angeles high school
Keiron Bailey, University of Arizona, Mileage runners, weedeaters and cyberhybridspaces: an actor-network investigation of the geographies of elite frequent fliers
Bert Winther-Tamaki, University of California, Irvine, The Transnational Genre of the Nude: Koide Narashige
Michael Samers, U.K. Geography, Situating Islamic banking and finance, building
postcolonial economic geographies
Carl Dahlman, Miami, Ohio.
Jim Duncan, Cambridge.
Amy Glasmeier, Semple Day Speaker: Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University, Economic Opportunity in America: One Nation Pulling Apart
Youngmin Lee, Ewha Womans University, Globalization and Re-ethnicization of L.A. Koreatown: between Multiculturalism and Transnationalism