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Beyond white privilege: Geographies of white supremacy and settler colonialism
A Bonds, J Inwood
Progress in human geography 40 (6), 715-733, 2016
6522016
Street naming and the politics of belonging: spatial injustices in the toponymic commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr
DH Alderman, J Inwood
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (2), 211-233, 2013
2402013
Violence as fetish: Geography, Marxism, and dialectics
J Tyner, J Inwood
Progress in Human Geography 38 (6), 771-784, 2014
1372014
Landscapes of memory and socially just futures
DH Alderman, JFJ Inwood
The Wiley‐Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography, 186-197, 2013
1312013
Whitewash: White privilege and racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia
JFJ Inwood, DG Martin
Social & Cultural Geography 9 (4), 373-395, 2008
1262008
Neoliberal racism: the ‘Southern Strategy’and the expanding geographies of white supremacy
JFJ Inwood
Social & Cultural Geography 16 (4), 407-423, 2015
1232015
Racialized places, racialized bodies: The impact of racialization on individual and place identities
JF Inwood, RA Yarbrough
GeoJournal 75, 299-301, 2010
832010
White supremacy, white counter-revolutionary politics, and the rise of Donald Trump
J Inwood
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37 (4), 579-596, 2019
752019
Applying critical race and memory studies to university place naming controversies: Toward a responsible landscape policy
JP Brasher, DH Alderman, JFJ Inwood
Papers in Applied Geography 3 (3-4), 292-307, 2017
662017
Property and whiteness: The Oregon standoff and the contradictions of the US settler state
JFJ Inwood, A Bonds
Space and Polity 21 (3), 253-268, 2017
602017
Searching for the Promised Land: Examining Dr Martin Luther King's Concept of the Beloved Community1
JFJ Inwood
Antipode 41 (3), 487-508, 2009
592009
Confronting white supremacy and a militaristic pedagogy in the US settler colonial state
J Inwood, A Bonds
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (3), 521-529, 2016
582016
Theorizing violence and the dialectics of landscape memorialization: A case study of Greensboro, North Carolina
JA Tyner, JFJ Inwood, DH Alderman
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32 (5), 902-914, 2014
562014
Geography’s pro-peace agenda: An unfinished project
J Inwood, J Tyner
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (3), 442-457, 2011
562011
Contested memory in the birthplace of a king: A case study of Auburn Avenue and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Park
JFJ Inwood
cultural geographies 16 (1), 87-109, 2009
522009
Taking down the flag is just a start: Toward the memory-work of racial reconciliation in white supremacist America
JFJ Inwood, D Alderman
Southeastern geographer 56 (1), 9-15, 2016
422016
Righting unrightable wrongs: Legacies of racial violence and the Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission
J Inwood
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (6), 1450-1467, 2012
402012
Sweet Auburn: Constructing Atlanta's Auburn Avenue as a heritage tourist destination
JFJ Inwood
Urban Geography 31 (5), 573-594, 2010
402010
Mobility as antiracism work: The “hard driving” of NASCAR's Wendell Scott
DH Alderman, J Inwood
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (3), 597-611, 2016
382016
Constructing African American urban space in Atlanta, Georgia
JFJ Inwood
Geographical Review 101 (2), 147-163, 2011
382011
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