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Issue 2

Living absence: the strange geographies of missing people 191 – 208
Hester Parr, Olivia Stevenson, Nick Fyfe, Penny Woolnough

The state of exception and the imperial way of life in the United States–Mexico borderlands 209 – 228
Juanita Sundberg

Cross-border marriage, transgovernmental friction, and waiting 229 – 246
Juan Zhang, Melody Chia-Wen Lu, Brenda S A Yeoh

Wet ontologies, fluid spaces: giving depth to volume through oceanic thinking 247 – 264
Philip Steinberg, Kimberley Peters
Open Access until 27th May 2015 Creative Commons License

Environmental research from here and there: numerical modelling labs as heterotopias 265 – 280
Sarah Laborde

Neoliberal Niagara? Examining the political history of fish consumption advisories in New York State 281 – 295
Jordan Fox Besek

Of lobsters, laboratories, and war: animal studies and the temporality of more-than-human encounters 296 – 313
Elizabeth R Johnson

Encountering Occupy London: boundary making and the territoriality of urban activism 314 – 330
Sam Halvorsen

Towards a global genealogy of biopolitics: race, colonialism, and biometrics beyond Europe 331 – 346
Hidefumi Nishiyama

Anarchism, geohistory, and the Annales: rethinking Elisée Reclus’s influence on Lucien Febvre 347 – 365
Federico Ferretti
Open Access until 1st June 2015 Creative Commons License

Violent geographical abstractions 366 – 381
Alex Loftus

Review essay

Empire on trial: the forensic appearance of truth 382 – 388
Gastón Gordillo