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Geographical Imaginations

Brief Expeditions into the Geographies of Everything and Nothing

Geographical Imaginations is a public geography project hosted by cultural geographer Kevin S. Fox. This radio essay program presents a geographical ‒ or spatial ‒ way of thinking about the relationship between ourselves and the worlds we inhabit and co-create. Each episode takes a theme or, perhaps, a question and explores it through an interactive dialogue with different texts and voices.

Sendezeit: Jeden 4. Samstag im Monat ab 19:06 Uhr
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  In “Piece by Piece,” we sit down with Rukia Hatibu, aka The Annoyin’ Artist, to discuss the importance of making public our ideas, stories and “pieces.” It is not enough to ask questions about who we are. What is vital is having an actual place to do it. Her evening forum helps showcase different voices […]

  EPISODE THIRTY SEVEN marks the beginning of Season Four and our first show from Tanzania in East Africa. This episode first airs from Radio Fabrik in Salzburg, Austria on Saturday, December 23 at 7:06 PM local time. “Zanzibar, or the Last Reason,” translated from the German, “Sansibar oder der letzte Grund,” is a novel […]

    In “La Arquitecta” we explore the resonance of spaces and (other) feminist perspectives on urban design with German-born architect Chris Heidrich. The show returns to Cuba (see EPISODE 32) to raise questions about who designs the city. Heidrich discusses her current project, Female Architects in the Urban Renewal of Old Havana, and reveals some […]


Karibu Tanzania! Geographical Imaginations has arrived and is looking for ideas and collaborators for its 4th season of radio expeditions into the everything and nothing. Watch our first presentation in Dar es Salaam here. Contact us if you are interested!         __

  We finish our summer reading of C.C. Long’s “Home Geography” in EPISODE THIRTY FIVE. Lessons 33 through 45 round out this primer for developing our own geographical imaginations. Long reminds us, “All around are illustrations of lake and river, upland and lowland, slope and valley. These forms must be actually observed by the pupil, […]

Geographical Imaginations (G.I.) will make its first public presentation in Dar es Salaam at Pecha Kucha Nights Vol. 14 on September 14, 2017 at Triniti Bar. Come listen to our ideas for transitioning the G.I. project from Salzburg, Austria to Tanzania.                             […]

  In EPISODE THIRTY FOUR we pick up from where we left off in C.C. Long’s classic text, “Home Geography for Primary Grades.” Starting with Lesson 18, “How Rivers Are Made,” and finishing with Lesson 32, “Useful Plants,” Long continues to impress upon us the need “to study that small part of the earth’s surface […]

    Welcome to our inaugural summer reading series. Listen to EPISODE THIRTY THREE as we explore C.C. Long’s 1894 classic primary school text. In “Home Geography,” Dr. Long tells us, “A knowledge of the home must be obtained by direct observation; of the rest of the world, through the imagination assisted by information. Ideas […]

  What comes to mind when someone says, “CUBA?” Classic automobiles, Buena Vista, Che? Maybe you envision a socialist utopia with free, universal healthcare and education? Or a maybe a communist dystopia with all of its problems? In EPISODE THIRTY TWO we invite geographer Johnny Finn to discuss US American geographical imaginations of this large Caribbean […]

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