Critical notes on economic geography from an aging radical. Or radical notes on economic geography from a critical age

  • Trevor J. Barnes Department of Geography, University of British Columbia

Abstract

The paper is a personal reflection, interleaved with some autobiographical details, on the meaning of a critical perspective within economic geography. Stressed are the potential material implications of texts, the importance of a pluralist theoretical sensibility, and the necessity of an anticipatory-utopian impulse.

How to Cite
Barnes, Trevor. 1. “Critical Notes on Economic Geography from an Aging Radical. Or Radical Notes on Economic Geography from a Critical Age”. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 1 (1), 8-14. https://acme-journal.org/index.php/acme/article/view/687.
Section
Commentary