Development's Wayward Geographies

Three senior Development Studies Honors Students, Aubrey Calaway, Frishta Qaderi and Reda Semlani joined Professor Geri Augusto this spring to create a digital exhibit, "Development's Wayward Geographies," that showcases their research.

"This exhibit is a small part of the multifaceted, translocal story we four contributors wanted to tell of differing geographies to be seen, felt and listened to, another way of sharing some of the ideas emerging in our work. In doing so, we draw upon not only critical development studies, but exciting new work in landscape studies, indigenous knowledges, environmental histories, critical black geographies and feminist epistemologies, among other fields."