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

Fax. 206 543 3313

Email: sparke@u.washington.edu

 


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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

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