3 | Migration, Mobility and Displacement

This theme addresses the processes, knowledges, and subjectivities constituted by the worldwide movement of people. Papers will reflect a diversity of critical perspectives on questions of migration politics and policy and the gendered and otherwise differentiated processes associated with migration and spatial mobility.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: Immobilities, regulating mobilities, borders, migrant and refugee subjectivities, global labor, (urban) asylum politics, fortress Europe, securitization, south-south mobilities, human trafficking, refugee and migrant health and well-being,




1 | Imperial, Colonial, Postcolonial and Anti-colonial geographies

2 | Articulations and spaces of capitalism

3 | Migration, Mobility and Displacement

4 | Nature, Society and Environmental Change

5 | Mapping Bodies, Corporeality and Violence

6 | Critical “Development” Geographies: perspectives from the Global South

7 | Geography and matter / materiality

8 | Remaking Space through Ideology, Culture, and Arts

9 | Knowledge Production, Education and Epistemic Agendas