Us and Us: Agonism, Non-Violence and the Relational Spaces of Civic Activism

  • Kye Askins University of Glasgow
  • Kelvin Mason University of Liverpool

Abstract

This paper is a brief reflection on our involvement with the Civic Geographies exhibition and session at the 2012 RGS-IBG conference, and what this has to say to conceiving ‘civic geographies’. Our contribution to the exhibition comprised a ‘PEACE CAMP THOUGHT TREE’, specifically linked to an ‘academic seminar blockade’ (ASB) we were convening the following day at Faslane Peace Camp (see http://www.faslane365.org/faslane_peace_camp), in northwest Scotland.
Published
2015-08-16
How to Cite
Askins, K., & Mason, K. (2015). Us and Us: Agonism, Non-Violence and the Relational Spaces of Civic Activism. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 14(2), 422-430. Retrieved from https://acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/1170