How do the minerals in your phone place you within global flows of extraction? Gabrielle Hecht discusses uranium mining in Gabon, sea rise in the Marshall Islands, and the geopolitics of an African Anthropocene.
Author: Stepha Velednitsky
The geography of a city can compel people to behave in predictable patterns. A new card game challenges players to rethink and explore urban spaces.
Making things right in the face of climate change demands that colonialism, race, and gender take center stage in the story of capitalism.
A new syllabus outlines a series of readings for teaching the politics of water.