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Space and Political Agency

Most publications by SPARG can be found at the University of Tampere Repository TamPub. For those not in available open access, please contact the author(s). Full publication record, see researchers.

Publications in Finnish, German and Hungarian

Forthcoming publications:

Kallio, K.P. (2017) Citizen-subject formation as geo-socialisation: a methodological approach on 'learning to be citizens'. Geografiska Annaler B: Human Geography 99:4, xx–xx.

Pascucci, E. and Ramadan, A. (forthcoming) Urban Protest Camps in Egypt: Occupation, Re-creation and Destruction of Alternative Political Worlds. In Katz, I., Martin, D. and Minca, C. (eds) Camp Geographies Today. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

Häkli, J. (2018). Transcending scale? In G. H. Herb and D. H. Kaplan (eds.) Scaling Identities. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 271-282.

Riding, J. (forthcoming) Land Writings: Excursions in the Footprints of Edward Thomas. Newcastle, UK: CSP.

Riding, J. (forthcoming) Writing place after conflict: Exhausting a place in Sarajevo. GeoHumanities.

Riding, J. (forthcoming) Extreme geographies: a response from a dependent semi-periphery of the post-neoliberal Europe. Fennia.

Bäcklund, P., Häikiö, L.,  Leino, H. & Kanninen, V. (fortcoming). Bypassing publicity and transparency for getting things done: between informal and formal planning practices in Finland. Planning Practice & Research.

Mäntysalo, R. & Bäcklund, P. (forthcoming.). The governance of planning. In Gunder, M. & Manadipour, A. & Watson, V (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning Theory.

Millei, Z. & Rautio, P. (forthcoming) Reconstructing children’s place-making in a globalizing world through the ‘overspills’ of a research process. Children’s Geographies.
 
Pascucci, E. (forthcomingSeeking asylum in neoliberal Cairo: Refugee protests and the securitization of humanitarianism. In Gerard, A. and Vecchio, F. (eds.) Entrapping Asylum Seekers: Legal Social and Economic Precariousness. Palgrave Mcmillan.

Silova, I, Millei, Z & Piattoeva, N. (forthcoming) Interrupting the Coloniality of Knowledge Production in Comparative Education: Post-Socialist and Post-Colonial Dialogues after the Cold War. Comparative Education Review.

Inkinen, T. A. & Kaakinen, I. T. (forthcoming) Economic geography of knowledge intensive technology clusters: lessons from the Helsinki metropolitan area. Journal of Urban Technology.

Millei, Z. (forthcoming) ‘Generationing’ of educational and caring spaces for young children. In R. Vanderbeck & S. Punch (2016) Families, Intergenerationality and Peer Group Relations, Vol. 5 of Skelton, T. (ed) Geographies of Children and Young People. Berlin: Springer.

Häkli, J. and Kallio, K.P. (forthcoming) Theorizing children's political agency. In Skelton, T. and Aitken, S. (eds) Establishing Geographies of Children and Young People, Vol 1 of Skelton, T. (ed) Springer Major Reference Work in Geographies of Children and Young People. Singapore: Springer.

Gobby, B. & Millei, Z. (forthcoming) Freedom, discipline and power. In B. Gobby &  R. Walker (Eds) Exploring Curriculum – Social Contexts of Education. Oxford University Press.

Recent publications:

Joronen Mikko. (2017). Notes toward a performative theory of assembly and vulnerability in resistance. Book Review. Space and Polity 21:2, 241244.

Joronen, Mikko. (2017). Waiting and claiming rights: precarities of settler colonial recognition. Society and Space Essays and Features.

Häkli, J. (2017). The subject of citizenship – Can there be a posthuman civil society? Political Geography (online 31 Aug 2017). doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2017.08.006

Kallio, K.P. (2017) Not in the same world: topological youths, topographical policies. Geographical Review [Early View]

Kallio, K.P. (2017) Disqualified knowledges and theory building. Society & Space Essays and Features [published September 12]

Kallio, K.P. (2017) Subtle radical moves in scientific publishing. Fennia 195:1, 1–4.

Joronen, M. (2017). Spaces of waiting: politics of precarious recognition in the occupied West Bank. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space [OnlineFirst May 9 2017]

Koski. L. & Bäcklund, P. (2017). Whose agency: Humans training dogs - dogs training humans? In Syrjämaa, T (ed.) Urban-Rural-Wilderness: the Co-Living of Humans and Animals in the North since the Nineteenth Century, 1123. Routledge.

Mäntysalo, R. & Bäcklund, P. (2017). The governance of planning. In Gunder, M. & Manadipour, A. & Watson, V (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Planning Theory, 237249. Routledge.

Korkiamäki, R. and Kallio, K.P. (2017) Experiencing and practicing inclusion through friendship. Area [EarlyView June 15 2017]

Rokem, J., Fregonese, S., Ramadan, A., Pascucci, E., Gillad, R., Charney, I., Paasche, T.F., Sidaway, J. (2017) Interventions in Urban Geopolitics. Political Geography

Pascucci, E. (2017) From 'refugee population' to political community: the Mustapha Mahmoud refugee protest camp (Cairo, Egypt, September-December 2005). In Feigenbaum, A, Frenzel, F. & McCurdy P. (eds) Protest Camps and Social Movements, 289–308. Bristol: Policy Press at the University of Bristol. ISBN 978-1-4473-2941-1

Pascucci, E. (2017Community infrastructures: shelter, self-reliance and polymorphic borders in urban refugee governance. Territory, Politics and Governance5(3), 332–345

Ruez, D. (2017) 'I never felt targeted as an Asian... until I went to a gay pub': Sexual racism and the aesthetic geographies of the bad encounter. Environment and Planning A 49(4), 893–910.

Riding, J. and Jones, M. (eds.) (2017) Reanimating Regions: Culture, Politics, and Performance. London: Routledge.

Joronen, M. (2017). "Refusing to be a victim, refusing to be an enemy". Form-of-life as resistance in the Palestinian struggle against settler colonialism. Political Geography 56, 91–100.

Cockayne, D., Ruez, D. & Secor, A. (2016) Between ontology and representation: Locating Gilles Deleuze's 'difference-in-itself' in and for geographical thought. Progress in Human Geography, 41(5), 580–599.

Joronen, M. (2017). Few notes on ontology and destituent power. A Reply to Gordon. Political Geography, 56, 104–105.

Riding, J. (2016) A new regional geography of a revolution: Bosnia's Plenum movement. Territory, Politics, Governance. (Online published]

Häkli, J., Pascucci, E. & Kallio, K.P. (2017). Becoming refugee in Cairo: The political in performativity. International Political Sociology, 11(2), 185–202.

Ruez, D. (2016) Working to appear: The plural and uneven geographies of race, sexuality, and the local state in Sydney, Australia. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34(2), 282–300.

Millei, Z. and Kallio, K.P. (2018) Recognizing politics in the nursery: early childhood education institutions as sites of mundane politics. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 19:1, xx–xx. [OnlineFirst Dec 2016] doi: 10.1177/1463949116677498

Silova, I., Millei, Z. & Piattoeva, N. (2017) (Eds) Childhood and Schooling in (Post) Socialist Societies: Memories and Experiences. Palgrave MacMillan.

Millei, Z. & Petersen, E. (2017) Creating, pathologizing and regulating difference. Gobby, B. & Walker, R. Exploring Curriculum – Social Contexts of Education. Oxford University Press.

Joronen, M. (2016). Politics of being-related. On onto-topologies and 'coming events'. Geografiska Annaler B: Human Geography, 98:2, 97–107.

Pascucci, E. (2016) The humanitarian infrastructure and the question of over-research: reflections on fieldwork in the refugee crises in the Middle East and North Africa. Area doi: 10.1111/area.12312

Minoia, P. & Kallio, K. P. (2016). Editorial: Handing over the baton. Fennia 194:2, 117–118. doi:10.11143/58526

Kallio, K.P. & Bartos, A.E. (2017) Children's caring agencies. Quest editorial in Political Geography 58, 148–150. [Online 11 October 2016] doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2016.09.009

Silova, I., Aydarova, E., Millei, Z. & Piattoeva, N. (2016) Revisiting Pasts, Reimagining Futures: Memories of (Post)Socialist Childhood and Schooling. Special Issue in European Education 48(3), xxxx.

Aydarova, E., Millei, Z., Piattoeva, N. & Silova, I. (2016) Revisiting Pasts, Reimagining Futures: Memories of (Post)Socialist Childhood and Schooling. European Education, 48: 3, 159169.

Mitchell, K. & Kallio, K.P (eds) (2017) Spaces of the Geosocial: Exploring Transnational Topologies. Special issue. Geopolitics 22:1, 1–14. doi: 10.1080/14650045.2016.1226809

Riding, J. (2017) Geographical testimony: a short history of a Yugoslav family. The Journal of Cultural Geography, 34:2, 250–267

Riding, J. (2017) Representing a divided place: the artistic-military practice of Mladen Miljanović. Cultural Geographies, 24:1, 171–180

Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K. & Savolainen, U. (2016). The interplay of memory and matter: narratives of former Finnish Karelian child evacuees. Oral History Journal, 44: 2, 59–68.

Petersen, E. B. & Millei, Z. (Eds) (2016) Introduction. Interrupting the Psy-Disciplines in Education, 112. London & New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Millei, Z. & Alasuutari, M. (2016) Attachment discourses in Finnish and Australian early years policy. Petersen, E. B. & Millei, Z. (Eds) Interrupting the Psy-Disciplines in Education, 3357. London & New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Kallio, K.P. & Häkli, J. (2016/2017). Geosocial Lives in Topological Polis: Mohamed Bouazizi as a Political Agent. Geopolitics 22:1, 91–109. doi: 10.1080/14650045.2016.1208654

Kallio, K.P. (2017) Shaping subjects in everyday encounters: Intergenerational recognition in intersubjective socialisation. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space  35:1, 88–106. DOI: 10.1177/0263775816654916

Joronen, M. & Häkli, J. (2016/2017). Politicizing ontology. Progress in Human Geography. [online June 10 2016] DOI: 0.1177/0309132516652953.

Pascucci, E. (2016) Transnational disruptions: materialities and temporalities of transnational belonging among Somali refugees in Cairo. Global Networks 16:3, 326–343.

Kallio, K.P. & Mitchell, K. (eds) (2016) Special issue on transnational lived citizenship. Editorial: Re-spatializing citizenship. Global Networks. 16:3, 259–267.

Riding, J. (2016) A geographical biography of a nature writer. Cultural Geographies 23:3, 387–399.

Joronen, M. (2016) Politics of precarious childhood: Ill-treatment of Palestinian children under the Israeli military order. Geopolitics 21:1, 92–114. doi:10.1080/14650045.2015.1123251

Millei, Z. & Joronen, M. (2016). The (bio)politicization of neuroscience in Australian early years policies: Fostering brain-resources as human capital. Journal of Education Policy. DOI: 10.1080/02680939.2016.1148780

Kallio, K.P. (2016) Living together in the topological home. Space and Culture 19:4, 373–389. 

Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K. (2016) Relating self, place and memory: Spatial trauma among the British and Finnish War children. In Harker, C. & Horschelmann, K. (eds) Conflict, Violence and Peace, Vol 11 of Skelton, T. (ed) Geographies of Children and Young People. Singapore: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-981-4585-98-9_18-1 [online Dec 2015]

Kallio, K.P. (2016) Becoming geopolitical in the everyday world. In Benwell, M. and Hopkins, P. (eds) Children, Young People and Critical Geopolitics, 169–186. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Griffiths, T.G. & Millei, Z. (2016) Education in/for socialism: Historical, current and future perspectives. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. [online Dec 2015]

Griffiths, T. G. & Millei, Z (2016) Education in/for socialism: historical, current and future perspectives. In T. G. Griffiths, T.G. & Z. Millei (Eds) Education in/for socialism: Historical, current and future perspectives, xx–xx. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Häkli, J. & Kallio, K.P. (2016) Children’s rights advocacy as transnational citizenship. Global Networks 16:3, 307–325. 

Millei, Z (2016) Memory and kindergarten teachers' work: children's needs before the needs of the socialist state. n T. G. Griffiths, T.G. & Z. Millei (Eds) Education in/for socialism: Historical, current and future perspectives, xx–xx. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Kallio, K. P. and Mills, S. (eds) (2016) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed) Geographies of Children and Young People. Editorial, ix­–xviii. Singapore: Springer. [online July 2015]

Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (2016) ‘Down the toilet’: Spatial politics and young children’s participation. In Kallio, K. P. and Mills, S. (eds) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People, 171–188. Singapore: Springer. [ online July 2015]

Kallio, K.P. (2016) Youthful political presence: right, reality and practice of the child. In Kallio, K. P. and Mills, S. (eds) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Vol. 7 of Skelton, T. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People, 89–110. Singapore: Springer. [online July 2015]

Joronen, M. (2016) 'Death comes knocking on the roof': Thanatopolitics of ethical killing during Operation Protective Edge in Gaza. Antipode. [online August 2015]

Collyer, M., Ahmed, B., Breines M., Iaria V. and Pascucci E. (2015) Beyond root causes: Fragmented Migration in the Middle East and North Africa. Migration Policy Practice 5 (3), 14–19.

Riding, J. (2015) Landscape, memory, and the shifting regional geographies of northwest Bosnia-Herzegovina. GeoHumanities 1:2, 378-397.

Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (Eds) (2015) Childhood and Nation: Interdisciplinary Engagements. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Millei, Z. & Imre R. (2015) Introduction. In Z. Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (Eds) (2015) Childhood and Nation: Interdisciplinary Engagements, 1–22. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Joronen, M. (2015) Minor(s) matter: stone-throwing, securitization and the government of Palestinian childhood under Israeli military rule. In Z. Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (Eds) (2015) Childhood and Nation: Interdisciplinary Engagements. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Collyer, M., Ahmed, B., Breines, M., Iaria V. and Pascucci E. (2015) Conditions and Risks of Mixed Migration in North-East Africa. MHUB – Mixed Migration Hub Research Report.

Häkli, J. (2015). Symbolic violence in border crossing - a bodily geopolitics. Nordia Geographical Publications 44:4, 75–80.

Till, E. K. & Kuusisto-Arponen, A-K. (2015). Towards responsible geographies of memory: Complexities of place and the ethics of remembering. Erdkunde 69: 4, 291­–306.

Kallio, K.P & Häkli, J. (2015) Children’s political geographies. In Agnew, J., Mamadouh, V., Secor, A. and Sharp, J. (eds) Companion to Political Geography, 265–278. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.

Watson, K. Millei, Z. & Petersen, E. B. (2015) ‘Special’ non-human actors in the ‘inclusive’ early childhood classroom: The wrist band, the lock and the scooter board. Global Studies of Childhood Journal 5:3, 266–278.

Joronen, M. & Imre, R. (2015) Betraying the own-most: Heidegger and pitfalls of being-there. Geographica Helvetica 70:3, 199–203.

Häkli, J. (2015). The Border in the Pocket: Passport as a Mobile Boundary Object. In Amilhat-Szary, A.L. and Giraut, F. (eds.) Borderities and the Politics of Contemporary Mobile Borders, 85–99. Basingstoke: Palgrave McMillan.

Kuusisto-Arponen, A.-K. & Gilmartin, M. (2015) (eds.). The politics of migration. Virtual Special Issue. Political Geography. 

Petersen, B.E. & Millei, Z. (2015) Psychological cogs in the education machine. Knowledge Cultures 3:2, 127–145.

Millei, Z. (2015) Governing the Brain: New narratives of human capital in early childhood education. In Lightfoot, T. & Peach, R. (eds) Questioning the Discourses of Human Capital in Early Childhood Education: Reconceptualizing Theory, Policy and Practice, 47–70. New York: Palgrave.

Koski, L. & Bäcklund, P. (2015) On the fringe - the position of dogs in Finnish dog training culture. Society & Animals 23:1, 24–44.

Miedema, E. & Millei, Z. (2015) “We reaffirm our Mozambican identity in the fight against HIV & AIDS”: Examining educational perspectives on women’s ‘proper’ place in the nation of Mozambique. Global Studies of Childhood 5:1, 7–18.

Zeddies, M. & Millei, Z. (2015) ‘It Takes a Global Village’: Troubling discourses of global citizenship in United Planet’s voluntourism. Global Studies of Childhood 5:1, 110–111.

Pascucci, E. (2015) Diaspora, Immobility and the Everyday Politics of Waiting: Young Iraqi Refugees in Cairo. In Gorman, A. and Kasbarian, S. (eds.) Contextualizing Community: Diasporas in the Modern Middle East, 338–369 Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Millei, Z. (ed) (2015) The cultural politics of childhood and nation: space, mobility and a global world. Part 2. Global Studies of Childhood 5:1, 1–111.

Kallio, K.P., Häkli, J. & Bäcklund, P. (2015) Lived citizenship as the locus of political agency in participatory policy. Citizenship Studies 19:1, 101–119. [online Dec 2014]

Häkli, J. and Kallio, K. P. (eds) (2015) Political georaphies of childhood and youth. Virtual special issue. Editorial. Political Geography.

Kallio, K. P. and Häkli, J. (eds) (2015) The Beginning of Politics. London and York: Routledge.

Kallio, K.P & Häkli, J. (2015) Children and young people's politics in everyday life. The Beginning of Politics, 1–16. London and York: Routledge.

Millei, Z. & Petersen, B. E. (2015) Complicating ‘student behaviour’: exploring the discursive constitution of ‘learner subjectivities’. Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties 20:1, 20–34.

Kallio, K.P. (ed) (2014) Critical political geography. Intervention series. Introduction. Conclusions. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13:3, 424–472.

Kallio, K.P. (2014) Who is the subject of political action. Intervention. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13:3, 428–433.

Kuusisto-Arponen, A.-K. (2014) Silence, childhood displacement and spatial belonging. Intervention. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 13:3, 434–441.

Millei, Z. (ed) (2014)  The cultural politics of childhood and nation: space, mobility and a global world. Special Issue, Part 1. Global Studies of Childhood 4:3, 137–142.

Kallio, K.P. (2014) Rethinking spatial socialization as a dynamic and relational process of political becoming. Global Studies of Childhood 4:3, 210–223.

Millei Z. & Jones, A. (2014) Australian early childhood education and care policy and the (re)production of 'global imaginary. International Journal of Early Childhood 46:1, 63–79.

Millei, Z. & Cliff, K. (2014) The preschool bathroom: making ‘problem bodies’ and the limit of the disciplinary regime over children. British Journal of Sociology of Education 35:2, 244–262.

Pascucci, E. (2014) Getting Somalia wrong?  Faith, War and Hope in a Shattered State by M. Harper – Review Essay. Space and Polity 18:1, 112–113.

Kallio, K.P. (2014) Intergenerational recognition as political practice. In Vanderbeck, R. and Worth, N. (eds.) Intergenerational Space, 139–154. London: Routledge.

Karekallas, M., Raento, P. & Renkonen, T. (2014) Diffusion and learning: twenty years of sports betting culture in Finland. UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal 18:1, 25–50.

Faehnle, M., Bäcklund P., Tyrväinen L., Yli-Pelkonen V. & Niemelä J. (2014) How can residents' experiences inform planning of urban green infrastructure? Case Finland. Landscape and Urban Planning 130, 171–183.

Korkiamäki, R. (2014) Rethinking loneliness — a qualitative study about adolescents' experiences of being an outsider in peer group. Open Jouornal of Depression 3:4, 125–135.

Bäcklund, P., Kallio, K.P. & Häkli, J. (2014) Residents, customers or citizens? Tracing the idea of youthful participation in the context of administrative reforms in Finnish public administration. Planning Theory and Practice 15:3, 311–327.

Häkli, J. & Kallio, K.P. (2014) The global as a field: children's rights advocacy as a transnational practice. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 32:2, 293-309.

Häkli, J. & Kallio, K.P. (2014) Subject, action and polis: Theorizing political agency. Progress in Human Geography 38:2, 181–200.

Ruez, D. (2013) Partitioning the sensible at Park 51: Rancière, Islamophobia, and common politics. Antipode 45(5), 1128–1147.

Joronen, M. (2013) Heidegger, Event and the Ontological Politics of the Site. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38:4, 627–638.

Millei, Z. (2013) Memory and kindergarten teachers’ work: Children’s needs before the needs of the socialist state Globalization, Societies and Education 11:2, 170–193.

Joronen, M. (2013) Conceptualizing the new modes of state governmentality: power, violence and the ontological mono-politics of neoliberalism. Geopolitics 18(2), 356–370.

Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (2013) The ‘cosmopolitan’ project and Hungarian Kindergarten Education: Re-reading socialism. Prospects 43:2, 133–149.

Kallio, K.P & Häkli, J. (eds) (2013) Children and young people's politics in everyday life. Special issue. Editorial. Space & Polity 17:1, 1–16.

Humalisto, N. & Joronen, M. (2013) Looking beyond calculative spaces of biofuels: onto-topologies of indirect land use changes. Geoforum 50, 182–190.

Griffiths, T.G. & Millei, Z. (eds) (2013) Education in/for socialism: historical, current and future perspectives. Special issue. Editorial. Globalisation, Societies and Education 11:2, 161–169.

Häkli, J. (2013) State space - outlining a field theoretical approach. Geopolitics 18:2, 343–355.

Kanninen, V., Bäcklund, P. & Mäntysalo, R. (2013) Trading zone and the complexity on planning. In Balducci A. & Mäntysalo R. (eds) Urban Planning as a Trading Zone. Springer: Netherlands.

Griffiths, T. G. & Millei, Z. (eds) (2013) Logics of Socialist Education: Engaging with Crisis, Insecurity and Uncertainty. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

 
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