Sami Moisio: Neoliberal hegemony, political economy, capitalism, world systems

Introducing Sami Moisio

picture Sami MoisioDr Sami Moisio (1973, Oulu) currently works as Senior Research Fellow of the Academy of Finland. He holds an MA and PhD in Geography of the University of Turku, Finland.

His specialisations include politial geography, regional politics, European integration and methodology and theory of human geography. Read more

Kate Edwards: Cartography and geocultural risks – case studies

Kate Edwards

Introducing Kate Edwards

Kate Edwards (Los Angeles, 1965) holds a B.A in Geography and a Certificate in Cartography (both from (California State University LB). Moreover, she obtained a MA and a PhC in Geography at the University of Washington and is currently working on a PhD. Ms Edwards is Principal Consultant and Founder of Englobe Inc. In addition, she is Columnist for MultiLingual Computing and Chair and Founder of the IGDA Game Localization SIG. Read more

Kate Edwards: Cartography, geocultural risk assessment, geoliteracy, games

Kate Edwards

Introducing Kate Edwards

Kate Edwards (Los Angeles, 1965) holds a B.A in Geography and a Certificate in Cartography (both from (California State University LB). Moreover, she obtained a MA and a PhC in Geography at the University of Washington and is currently working on a PhD. Ms Edwards is Principal Consultant and Founder of Englobe Inc. In addition, she is Columnist for MultiLingual Computing and Chair and Founder of the IGDA Game Localization SIG. Read more

Klaus Dodds: Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas, Antarctic, mapping, films, cartoons

Introducing

picture Klaus DoddsKlaus Dodds (London, 1969) completed degrees in geography and political science before obtaining his PhD at the University of Bristol. He is currently Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway, University of London. Professor Dodds is also editorial board member of several journals including “Geopolitics” and “Political Geography”. Read more

Marco Antonsich: Geographical determinism, Arctic exploitation, Geopolitica

Introducing Marco Antonsich

AntonsichDr Marco Antonsich currently works as Research Fellow for the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences of the University of Birmingham.

He holds two PhDs in Geography (“The Territorial Imprint of Power: Urban Iconographies in Ethiopia, 1936-41” and “Territory and Identity in the Age of Globalization: The Case of Western Europe”). Read more