The Decolonial Atlas



Human Geography

Berg, L. D. (2012) Geographies of identity I: Geography – (neo)liberalism – white supremacy, Progress in Human Geography, 36(4), 508-517

Bressey, C. (2011). Race/ethnicity. In J. Agnew & D. Livingstone (eds) The SAGE handbook of geographical knowledge (pp. 418-429). London: SAGE Publications Ltd

Ferretti, F. (2020). History and philosophy of geography I: Decolonising the discipline, diversifying archives and historicising radicalism. Progress in Human Geography. 44(6):1161-1171

Jazeel, T. (2017) Mainstreaming geography’s decolonial imperative, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(3), 334-337

Kobayashi, A. (2014) The dialectic of race and the discipline of geography. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104: 1101–1115

Lambert, D. and Merriman, P. (2020) Empire and mobility in the long nineteenth century. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Lavery, C. (2016) Situating eugenics: Robert DeCourcy Ward and the Immigration Restriction League of Boston, Journal of Historical Geography, 53: 54-62

Mahtani, M. (2014). Toxic geographies: Absences in critical race thought and practice in social and cultural geography. Social & Cultural Geography15(4), 359-367

Radcliffe, S.A. (2017), Decolonising geographical knowledges. Transactions Institute of British Geographers, 42: 329-333. doi:10.1111/tran.12195

Sundberg, J. (2014) Decolonizing posthumanist geographies. Cultural Geographies, 21 (1), pp.33-47.

Tolia‐Kelly, D.P. (2017), A day in the life of a Geographer: ‘lone’, black, female. Area, 49: 324-328.


Physical Geography and Environmental Science

Blue, B. and Brierley, G. (2016), ‘But what do you measure?’ Prospects for a Constructive Critical Geography, Area, 48: 190-197

Harman, J.R., Harrington, Jr., J.A. and Cerveny, R.S. (1998), Balancing Scientific and Ethical Values in Environmental Science. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 88: 277-286

Johnson, J.T., Cant, G., Howitt, R. and Peters, E. (2007) Creating anti-colonial geographies: Embracing Indigenous peoples’ knowledges and rights, Geographical Research 45(2): 117–120.

Johnson, J.T., Howitt, R., Cajete, G., Berkes, F., Louis, R.P. and Kliskey, A. (2016) Weaving Indigenous and sustainability sciences to diversify our methods. Sustainability Science, 11(1): 1–11.

Kershaw, G.G.L., Castleden, H. and Laroque, C.P. (2014) An argument for ethical physical geography research on Indigenous landscapes in Canada, The Canadian Geographer, 58: 393-399

Lave, R. et al (2013) Intervention: Critical Physical Geography, Canadian Geographer, 50: 1-10

Rohli R. V. and Bierly G. D. (2011) The lost legacy of Robert DeCourcy Ward in American geographical climatology, Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment, 35(4): 547-564.

Tadaki, M., Brierley, G., Dickson, M., Le Heron, R. and Salmond, J. (2015) Cultivating critical practices in physical geography, The Geographical Journal, 181: 160-171.

Wilcock D, Brierley G, Howitt R. (2013) Ethnogeomorphology. Progress in Physical Geography, 37(5):573-600.