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Beyond the Decolonial: Critical Muslim Geographies

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This talk considers selected decolonial moves in geography, building on engagements with postcolonial theory since the 1990s and earlier currents of radical geography. Based on a forthcoming paper in Dialogues in Human Geography, Sidaway charts their interactions, including the impacts of selective intellectual influences from Latin America, and foregrounds Muslim geographies. The decolonization of Muslim geographies questions concepts and upgrades terminology and speaks to crucial interfaces of circuits of capital, economic and political geographies and area studies. Such moves entail relearning from epistemological, social and spatial ‘peripheries’ and establishing connections, notably with Black geographies. The conclusions consider how such links transcend decolonial geographies.

This talk is part of the Decolonial Research Lab series.

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