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Statement of support with our French colleagues at PACTE / Message de soutien aux collègues français de PACTE.

2021-04-06

For the last few months, we have witnessed the growing tensions of political debates in France. Ultimately, these tensions have resulted in members of the French government (notably the Minister of National Education, the Minister of Higher Education and Research, and elected members of the National Assembly) attacking members of the French scientific community who critically examine questions such as gender, race, or postcoloniality. These attacks have triggered a strong reaction on the part of the scientific community, particularly geographers. They have been condemned at the highest instances, in France and abroad, for example, by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, the Conférence des présidents d’université, le Conseil National des Universités or the International Geography Union. We at ACME stand by our French colleagues who have been at the receiving end of this vicious abuse. ...

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Cover Image: How can geography learn from the visual language of comics? Photo Credit: "Worlds of vision: Thinking geographically through comics", an academic comic by Juliet J. Fall

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