Books in the Errantries series generate radical, interdisciplinary, and theoretically rigorous scholarship that explores geographies of race, anticolonial thought, and rebellious methodologies. Inspired by the writings of Édouard Glissant, the series examines how collective and relational geographies are sites of difficult racial struggles. Among other themes, Errantries addresses geographies of resistance and liberation, creative ways of knowing the world, how marginalized communities navigate, refashion, and challenge notions of space, place, and location, and the material, temporal, and affective infrastructures of difference. Errantries will draw attention to how space, as bundled and dynamic processes, illuminate strategies of critique, resistance, and anticolonial praxes.
Jacqueline Nassy Brown, Paul Gilroy, Gayatri Gopinath, Avery Gordon, Richa Nagar, AbdouMaliq Simone, Francoise Verges, Ruth Wilson Gilmore, Bobby Wilson