Professor of Geography and International Studies, Adjunct Professor of Global Health
Box 353550,
University of Washington
Seattle, WA   98195
Tel. 206 543 5194

Fax. 206 543 3313



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Older Publications

Matthew Sparke, 2000, with Noel Castree, “Professional Geography and the Corporatization of the University: Experiences, Evaluations and Engagements” in Antipode, 32, 3, 2000: pages, 222-229. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1998, “From Geopolitics to Geoeconomics: Transnational State Effects In the Borderlands,” Geopolitics, 3, 2, pages 61 – 97. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1998, “A Map that Roared and an Original Atlas: Canada, Cartography and the Narration of Nation,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 88, 3, pages 464 - 495. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1998, “Mapped Bodies and Disembodied Maps: (Dis)placing Cartographic Struggle in Colonial Canada,” in Places Through the Body, eds. Heidi J. Nast and Steve Pile, New York: Routledge, pages 305 - 336. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1998, “Outsides Inside Patriotism: The Oklahoma Bombing and the Displacement of Heartland Geopolitics” in Critical Geopolitics: A Reader, eds. Simon Dalby and Gerard O. Tuathail, London: Routledge, 1998, pages 198 – 223. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1996, “Negotiating National Action: Free Trade, Constitutional Debate and the Gendered Geopolitics of Canada” Political Geography, 15, (6/7), pages 615 - 639. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1996, “Displacing the Field in Fieldwork: Masculinity, Metaphor and Space” in BodySpace: Destabilizing Geographies of Gender and Sexuality, ed. Nancy Duncan (New York: Routledge), pages 212-233. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1994, “Writing on Patriarchal Missiles: The Chauvinism of the Gulf War and the Limits of Critique,” Environment and Planning A, 26 (7), pages 1061 - 1089. PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1994, “A Prism for Contemporary Capitalism: Temporary Work as Displaced Labor as Value,” Antipode 26 (4), pages 295 - 321.PDF

Matthew Sparke, 1994, "White mythologies and anemic geographies," Society and Space, 12, 105 - 123. PDF