Dr Jen Bagelman
Lecturer in Human Geography

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Key publications



Bagelman J (2017). Cookbooks: a tool for engaged research. Geohumanities, 1-25. DOI.
Simpson M, Bagelman J (2017). Decolonizing Urban Political Ecologies: the Production of Nature in Settler Colonial Cities. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Weibe S (2017). Intimacies of Global Toxins: Exposure and resistance in 'Chemical Valley'. Political Geography, 61
Bagelman J (2016). Foucault & the “Current” Refugee Crisis.’ Open Democracy. Web link.
Bagelman J (2016). Geo-politics of paddling: ‘Turning the Tide’ on extraction. Citizenship Studies, 20(8), 1012-1037. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Bagelman C (2016). ZINES: Crafting change and repurposing the neoliberal university. ACME, 15(2), 365-392. Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Bagelman J (2015). Sanctuary City., Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal articles

Bagelman J (2017). Cookbooks: a tool for engaged research. Geohumanities, 1-25. DOI.
Simpson M, Bagelman J (2017). Decolonizing Urban Political Ecologies: the Production of Nature in Settler Colonial Cities. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Weibe S (2017). Intimacies of Global Toxins: Exposure and resistance in 'Chemical Valley'. Political Geography, 61
Tedesco D, Bagelman J (2017). The “Missing” Politics of Whiteness and Rightful Presence in the Settler Colonial City. Millennium, 45 Full text.
Bagelman J (2016). Geo-politics of paddling: ‘Turning the Tide’ on extraction. Citizenship Studies, 20(8), 1012-1037. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Bagelman C (2016). ZINES: Crafting change and repurposing the neoliberal university. ACME, 15(2), 365-392. Abstract.
Bagelman J (2015). Blurring the Pipeline: Energizing an account of the Urban. International Political Sociology, 9(1), 101-105. DOI.
Bagelman J, Tedesco D (2015). Introduction. International Political Sociology, 9(1), 90-91. DOI.
Bagelman J (2013). Sanctuary: a politics of ease?. Alternatives, 38(1), 49-62. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Vermilyea J (2012). The Blind-spots of Kantian Hospitality. Borderlands e-Journal : New Spaces in the Humanities, 11, 1-15.

Chapters

Squire V, Bagelman J (2012). Taking not waiting: Space, temporality and politics in the city of sanctuary movement. In  (Ed) Citizenship, Migrant Activism and the Politics of Movement, 146-164. DOI.
Bagelman J (2011). Canadian Multiculturalism: Paradoxical Discourses of Symbolic Exclusion. In Nohl A, Schmidtke O (Eds.) Cultural Capital in Migration, Verlag, 235-246.

Internet publications

Squire V, O’Donoghue B, Bhogal I, Closs Stephens A, Jalloh U, Ntung A, Del Sarto G, Yuval-Davis D, Bagelman J (2017). Dead Reckoning / Crossing the Med: Thinking and Feeling Migration Differently.  Abstract. Web link.
Bagelman J (2016). 'Wristband IDs mark refugees as less than human.' Ricochet. Web link.
Bagelman J (2016). Foucault & the “Current” Refugee Crisis.’ Open Democracy. Web link.
Bagelman J, Wiebe S (2014). 'Preventing a Pipeline from Bisecting Canada.' New York Times. Web link.

Publications by year



2017

Bagelman J (2017). Cookbooks: a tool for engaged research. Geohumanities, 1-25. DOI.
Squire V, O’Donoghue B, Bhogal I, Closs Stephens A, Jalloh U, Ntung A, Del Sarto G, Yuval-Davis D, Bagelman J (2017). Dead Reckoning / Crossing the Med: Thinking and Feeling Migration Differently.  Abstract. Web link.
Simpson M, Bagelman J (2017). Decolonizing Urban Political Ecologies: the Production of Nature in Settler Colonial Cities. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 1-11. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Weibe S (2017). Intimacies of Global Toxins: Exposure and resistance in 'Chemical Valley'. Political Geography, 61
Tedesco D, Bagelman J (2017). The “Missing” Politics of Whiteness and Rightful Presence in the Settler Colonial City. Millennium, 45 Full text.

2016

Bagelman J (2016). 'Wristband IDs mark refugees as less than human.' Ricochet. Web link.
Bagelman J (2016). Foucault & the “Current” Refugee Crisis.’ Open Democracy. Web link.
Bagelman J (2016). Geo-politics of paddling: ‘Turning the Tide’ on extraction. Citizenship Studies, 20(8), 1012-1037. Abstract. DOI.
Bagelman J, Bagelman C (2016). ZINES: Crafting change and repurposing the neoliberal university. ACME, 15(2), 365-392. Abstract.

2015

Bagelman J, Wiebe S (2015). 'Reflecting on Public Philosophy with Jim Tully’.
Wiebe S, Monk D, O'Connor C, Bagelman J (2015). 'Turning the Tide: a People’s Paddle for the Salish Sea'.  Abstract.
Bagelman J (2015). Blurring the Pipeline: Energizing an account of the Urban. International Political Sociology, 9(1), 101-105. DOI.
Bagelman J, Tedesco D (2015). Introduction. International Political Sociology, 9(1), 90-91. DOI.
Bagelman J (2015). Sanctuary City., Palgrave Macmillan.

2014

Bagelman J, Wiebe S (2014). 'Preventing a Pipeline from Bisecting Canada.' New York Times. Web link.

2013

Bagelman J (2013). Sanctuary: a politics of ease?. Alternatives, 38(1), 49-62. Abstract. DOI.

2012

Squire V, Bagelman J (2012). Taking not waiting: Space, temporality and politics in the city of sanctuary movement. In  (Ed) Citizenship, Migrant Activism and the Politics of Movement, 146-164. DOI.
Bagelman J, Vermilyea J (2012). The Blind-spots of Kantian Hospitality. Borderlands e-Journal : New Spaces in the Humanities, 11, 1-15.

2011

Bagelman J (2011). Canadian Multiculturalism: Paradoxical Discourses of Symbolic Exclusion. In Nohl A, Schmidtke O (Eds.) Cultural Capital in Migration, Verlag, 235-246.