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Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics, University of Guelph

Anna Stanley is Assistant Professor at the University of Guelph in the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics. Prior to Joining the university of Guelph she was faculty at the national university of Ireland, Galway on the west coast of Ireland. She has also held a number of visiting professorships including at York University and the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on the political economy of settler colonialism in Canada with specific reference to mining and mineral exploration, infrastructure development and toxic exposure.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Assistant Professor, Department of Geography
  • 2015–2017
    Faculty of Environmental StudiesVisiting Fellow, York University, FES
  • 2014–2015
    Visiting Professor, Department of Geography and Program in Planning, University of Toronto
  • 2008–2014
    Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, National University of Ireland, Galway.

Education

  • 2006 
    University of Guelph, Doctor of Philosophy in Geography

Publications

  • 2020
    Environmental Justice. International Library of Law and the Environment (Series)., In Press Chapter (reprint)Just Space or Spatial Justice? Difference, Discourse, and Environmental Justice. In Press, In Anna Grear (Ed.), Environmental Justice. International Library of Law and the Environment (Series). UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • 2020
    Who Pays For Canada? Taxes and Fairness, In Press Chapter: Who dies for Canada: How settler colonial dispossession funds the state. In Tough, D and &, Heaman, E (In Press) Who Pays For Canada? Taxes and Fairness McGill- Queens University Press.
  • 2019
    Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Aligning against Indigenous jurisdiction: Worker savings, colonial capital and the Canada Infrastructure Bank. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 1-19, doi: 10.1177/0263775819855404
  • 2019
    Journal of Cultural Economy, (Accepted) Risk Management and the Logic of Elimination