Videos

The Perils and Benefits of Surveying in a Conflict Zone: Cautionary Tales and Results from Donbas 2020-2022, video panel on the Donbas research for ZOIS, 19 May, 2022.

Geographers on the Russian Invasion: The Geopolitics of the War in Ukraine, 28 March 2022.

Ukrainathon, Part 4: The Donbas Knot, 20 March 2022 (5:41:10 for 12 minutes).

Making Sense of the Ukraine Crisis, 3 March 2022.

Virtual Panel Presentation on the research at the Kennan Institute, 23 February 2022.

Did Putin Invade Ukraine, Arirang News, 22 February 2022

“The Rise of Conspiracist Geopolitics,” Keynote address, Fourth Annual Tartu Conference on Russian and East European Studies. University of Tartu, Estonia, 9 June 2019. https://www.uttv.ee/naita?id=28597&keel=eng

“The Return of Geopolitics?” Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, Vienna, 20 May 2019. https://www.iwm.at/events/event/re-ordering-the-world-the-return-of-geopolitics/

The Affective Geopolitics of the New Cold War. University College London, April 2018.

So Near Yet So Abroad: Russia, its Neighbors and the Concept of Near Abroad. Columbia University, October 2017.

Discussion of Near Abroad on the SRB Podcast. July 2017.

Near Abroad: Book Launch. George Washington University, March 2017.

General Instructional Lecture Resources

Critical Geopolitics: A Quick Introduction

Thinking Critically About Geopolitics: 2006 Lecture to the Introduction to the second edition of Toal, Dalby and Routledge, eds.  The Geopolitics Reader (Routledge 2006).

Political Geography 2019: Syllabus Overview

Discourse Analysis, Fall 2018: Course Overview

Political Geography 2017: An Introduction

Lecture 1: Introduction to Political Geography: Four Questions

Lecture 2: Political Geography and Bio-Politics

Lecture 3: On Europe’s Bloodlands

Lecture 4: Homogenizing the City: The Making of Ukrainian Lviv