Facets of uneven development in the European border regime: The economic geographies of migrant camps in Greece

In the aftermath of the so-called “refugee crisis” of 2015-16, the migration regime consolidating in Europe entails the management of newcoming populations through their accommodation in camps. This talk will account for neglected aspects of this process in the case of Greece, focusing on the everyday economic practices, interactions and networks emerging in, around and […]

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Daily News – Mon. December 21 2020

Here’s your CFRC Daily News Brief for Monday, December 21st 2020! The sharp rise in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks has brought the active coronavirus case count to 101 individuals that have tested positive. As a result, The Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington region has officially moved into the orange zone under Ontario’s […]

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Extended Episode: The New Black Studies Minor at Queen’s and Atlantic Sea Bird Research Discoveries

Dr. Katherine McKittrick, Professor of Gender Studies and researcher in the areas of black studies, anti-colonial studies, cultural geographies and gender studies joins us for the first 45 minutes of this special extended edition of Campus Beat.  McKittrick chats with us about the new Black Studies program at Queen’s University scheduled to launch in Fall […]

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Session 1: Fostering Inclusivity and Belonging in the Online Classroom

This fall our Knowledge Forum conference moved online and we were able to bring together our alumni and faculty to share their ideas and experiences about teaching and learning during a pandemic. We are excited to release these sessions on Popular Podagogy for your auditory enjoyment! Session 1 Dr. Andrew Campbell (DR.ABC) speaks about diversity […]

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EP 41: MAGA Claus Pt. 1

This week we cozy up by the fire and listen to the time-honoured tale that is Netflix’s Christmas Chronicles. We decode the film’s bizarre politics and the far-reaching ramifications of its world building. Topics include Chicago’s criminal working class, Calvinist race science, and Kurt Russell’s war on fake news. Our theme song is “Mega Guillotine […]

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