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SECTION 1 The politics of geographic thought
	Introduction: Why is geographic thought always political?
	1 Revolutionary and counterrevolutionary theory in geography and the problem of ghetto formation
	2 Geographic models of imperialism
	3 On not excluding half of the human in human geography
SECTION 2 Staking claims
	Introduction: Moral knowledge/geographical knowledge — what does it mean to claim moral ground, or how is oppression to be recognized?
PART 1 Characterizing oppressions and recognizing injustice
	4 Five faces of oppression
	5 Social justice in the age of identity politics: Redistribution, recognition, and participation
PART 2 Making justice spatial
	6 Moral progress in human geography: Transcending the place of good fortune
	7 Dissecting the autonomous self: Hybrid cartographies for a relational ethics
PART 3 Practicing politicized geographic thought
	8 Maps, knowledge, and power
	9 Collaboration across borders: Moving beyond positionality
	10 Research, pedagogy, and instrumental geography
	11 Situated knowledge through exploration: Reflections on Bunge’s ‘Geographical Expeditions’
SECTION 3 Goals and arenas of struggle: What is to be gained and how?
	Introduction: The embeddedness of intentions, tactics, and strategies in rights-, justice-, and ethics-based worldviews
PART 1 Rights-based goals
	12 Mobility, empowerment and the rights revolution
	13 Human rights and development in Africa: Moral intrusion or empowering opportunity?
	14 New world warriors: ‘Nation’ and ‘state’ in the politics of the Zapatista and US Patriot Movements
	15 Social theory and the de/reconstruction of agricultural science: Local knowledge for an alternative agriculture
PART 2 Justice-based goals
	16 Restructuring and the contraction and expansion of environmental rights in the United States
	17 Environmental justice and American Indian tribal sovereignty: Case study of a land-use conflict in Skull Valley, Utah
	18 Structural power, agency, and national liberation: The case of East Timor
PART 3 Ethics-based goals
	19 Post-Marxism: Democracy and identity
	20 U.S. third world feminism: The theory and method of oppositional consciousness in the postmodern world
	21 An ethics of the local

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