CURRICULUM VITAE 

 

 

MARGARET MARIETTA RAMIREZ

Department of Geography // Simon Fraser University

8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6 CANADA

 mm_ramirez@sfu.ca

 

EDUCATION

2017. University of Washington, Seattle. Ph.D. in Geography.
 
2011. University of Washington, Seattle. M.A. in Geography.

2006. University of California, Berkeley. B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies.
 


EMPLOYMENT

2019 – Present. Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Simon Fraser University.

 

2018 – 2019. Creative Cities Fellow, Stanford Arts Institute, Stanford University. 

 

2018. Lecturer, Department of Urban Studies, San Francisco State University. 



PUBLICATIONS

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Best, A. and Ramirez  M.M. (2021) Urban Specters. Environment and Planning D. Online First: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/02637758211030286

 

Ramírez, M.M. (2020) City as Borderland: Gentrification and the Policing of Black & Latinx Geographies in Oakland. Environment & Planning D, 38 (1), 147-166.

Ramirez, M.M. (2015) The elusive inclusive: Black food geographies and racialized food spaces. Antipode, 47 (3), 748-769. 

RECENT ESSAYS, EDITORIALS & REVIEWS

Daigle, M. and Ramírez, M.M. (2021) 'Space’, essay for Keywords for Gender and Sexuality Studies, eds. Aren Aizura, Aimee Bahng, Amber Musser, Karma Chavez, Mishuana Goeman, Shona Jackson and Kyla Wazana Tompkins. NYU Press, 217-221.

Ramírez, M.M. (2021) Book review forum response for Tiffany Lethabo King’s book The Black Shoals, Society & Space’s Online Review Forum: https://www.societyandspace.org/articles/a-review-of-the-black-shoals-offshore-formations-of-black-and-native-studies-by-tiffany-lethabo-king-2

Ramírez, M.M. (2021) Imagining Bay Area Futures. Epilogue to the edited volume, Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas of Displacement and Resistance. PM Press.  

Kilner, S. and Ramírez, M.M. (2021) Indigenous Geographies of Resistance. Chapter Introduction to the edited volume, Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas of Displacement and Resistance. PM Press.

Ramírez, M.M. (2021) Antipode Book Review Symposium for Brandi Summers’ book Black in Place: The Spatial Aesthetics of Race in a Post-Chocolate City.

Ramírez, M.M. (2020) Take the houses back/Take the land back: Black and Indigenous urban futures in Oakland. Urban Geography, online first: https://doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2020.1736440

RECENT / UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS

2022. Invited speaker for a plenary session [with Ashanté Reese, Michelle Daigle & AM Kanngieser], Feminist Geographies Conference: Pushing Boundaries. Boulder, Colorado, June 15-18, 2022. 

2022. Annual meetings of the American Association of Geographers, New York, NY. 

Invited discussant for Dr. Laura Pulido’s plenary lecture for the 2022 Annual Urban Geography Lecture.

Co-organizer (with Yolanda Valencia, Sofia Zaragocín and María García) of a panel session, titled: ‘Shoaling the Americas: Building Relations across Abya Yala’.

 

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