Research

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Research participant sharing stories, Bolnisi, Georgia

 

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Run-off from gold and copper mine, Kvemo Bolnisi, Georgia

Recent work:

Swann-Quinn, J. (UNDER REVIEW). “Toward Extractive Archipelagos.” Under review.

Swann-Quinn, J. (FORTHCOMING). “Digging Deep: Crossing Scale in the Georgian Mining Industry.” In A Research Agenda for Environmental Geopolitics, O’Lear, S. (ed.), Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Swann-Quinn, J. (2019). “Mining the Homeland: Imagining Resources, Nation, and Territory in Post-Soviet Georgia.” Eurasian Geography and Economics 60(2), 119–151.

Swann-Quinn, J. (2019). “More-Than-Human Government and the Tbilisi Zoo Flood.” Geoforum 102: 167-81.

Quinn, J. (2017). “gatekhili Mountains, gatekhili State: Fractured alpine forest governance and post-Soviet development in the Republic of Georgia.” Journal of Alpine Research | Revue de géographie alpine, (105-1).

Dissertation title – Malleable Territories: The Politics and Effects of Mining Governance in Post-Soviet Georgia

For other recent publications, please see my Academia.edu and ResearchGate.net profiles. Draft manuscripts forthcoming and currently under review are also available upon request.

 

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“The price of gold” graffiti, Bolnisi, Georgia

Photo credits: Martha Swann-Quinn and Jesse Swann-Quinn