Wesley Attewell, Postdoctoral Fellow
U of T St. George
Geography, The University of British Columbia (December 2016)
MA, Geography, The University of British Columbia (2009)
BA Hon., Geography, The University of British Columbia (2007)
Honours & Awards:
The University of Toronto, Faculty of Arts and Science Postdoctoral Fellowship
SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Fellowship
Matthew Farish, Deborah Cowen, and Emily Gilbert.
100 St. George Street, Sydney Smith Hall, Room 5068
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4S 3G3
- Critical logistics and infrastructure
- Development and humanitarianism
- Modern war and conflict
- Counterinsurgency and pacification
- Postcolonial and poststructural theory
- Feminist and Marxist political economy
Attewell, Wesley. In submission. “‘From factory to field’: Development and humanitarian logistics in Soviet-occupied Afghanistan”. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space.
Attewell, Wesley. 2016. “‘The planet that rules our destiny’: Alternative development in occupied Afghanistan”. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. Advance online publication. DOI: 10.1177/0263775816664100.
Attewell, Wesley. 2015. “Ghosts in the Delta: USAID and the historical geographies of Vietnam’s ‘other’ war”. Environment and Planning A. 47.11: 2257-2275.
Attewell, Wesley. 2012. “‘I hope he dies’: On WikiLeaks as a threat to human life”. In: Springer, Simon, et al. “Leaky geopolitics: The ruptures and transgressions of WikiLeaks”. Geopolitics. 17.3: 681-711.
Attewell, Wesley. 2012. “‘Every Iraqi’s nightmare’: Blogging peace in occupied Baghdad”. Antipode. 44.3: 621-639.