Neil Smith, 1954-2012

geografia Radical, Geógrafo Marxista, Geógrafo Revolucionário


  • Paulo Bomfim Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo – IFSP
  • Clarissa Cavalcante Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Pará - IFPA
  • Rosana de Campos Fernandes Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo – IFSP



Tradução do "longo obtuário" de Neil Smith, escrito por Don Mitchell


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Schaffer, R. and Smith, N. (1986) “The Gentrification of Harlem?” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 76, 347-65.

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Smith, N. (1977a) The Return from the Suburbs and the Structuring of Urban Space: State Involvement in Society Hill, Philadelphia, Undergraduate Dissertation, Department of Geography, St. Andrews University.

Smith, N. (1977b) “Symbol, Space and the Bicentennial,” Antipode 9(2), 76-83.

Smith, N. (1979a) “Gentrification and Capital: Theory, Practice and Ideology in Society Hill,” Antipode 11(3), 24-35.

Smith, N. (1979b) “Geography, Science and Post-Postivist Modes of Explanation,” Progress in Human Geography 3, 356-83.

Smith, N. (1979c) “Toward a Theory of Gentrification: A Back to the City Movement by Capital not People,” Journal of the American Planning Association 45, 538-48.

Smith, N. (1980) “Symptomatic Silence in Althusser: The Concept of Nature and Unity of Science,” Science and Society 44, 53-81.

Smith, N. (1982a) “Gentrification and Uneven Development,” Economic Geography 58, 139-55.

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Smith, N. (1982c) Uneven Development: The Production of Nature under Capitalism, PhD Dissertation, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

Smith, N (1984a) “Deindustrialization and Regionalization,” Papers of the Regional Science Association 54, 113-28.

Smith, N. (1984b) “Isaiah Bowman: Political Geography and Geopolitics,” Political Geography Quarterly 3, 69-76.

Smith, N. (1984c) Uneven Development: Nature, Capital, and the Production of Space. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Smith, N (1986a) “Bowman’s New World and the Council on Foreign Relations,” Geographical Review 76, 438-60.

Smith, N. (1986b) “On the Necessity of Uneven Development,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 9, 87-104.

Smith, N. (1986c) “The ESRS Changing Urban and Regional Systems Initiative,” Environment and Planning A 18, 995-96.

Smith, N. (1986d) “Uneven Development and the Geography of Modernity,” Social Concept 4, 67-90.

Smith, N. (1987a) “‘Academic War Over the Field of Geography’: The Elimination of Geography at Harvard,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77, 155-72.

Smith, N. (1987b) “Dangers of the Empirical Turn: Some Comments on the CURS Initiative,” Antipode 19, 59-68.

Smith, N. (1987c) “Gentrification and the Rent Gap,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 77, 462-65.

Smith, N. (1987d) “Of Yuppies and Housing: Gentrification, Social Restructuring and the Urban Dream,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 5, 151-72.

Smith, N. (1987e) “Rascal Concepts, Minimalizing Discourse and the Politics of Geography,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 5, 377-83.

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Smith, N. (1988a) “For a History of Geography,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 78, 159-63.

Smith, N. (1988b) “Regional Adjustment or Restructuring?” Urban Geography 9, 318-24.

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Smith, N. (1988d) “The Short American Century,” Studies in Comparative International Development 23, 38-46.

Smith, N. (1989a) “Expertease: Making M/other Nature,” Artforum 28 (4), 17-18.

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Smith, N. (1991b) “What’s Left? A Lot’s Left,” Antipode 23, 406-418.

Smith, N. (1992a) “Contours of a Spatialized Politics: Homeless Vehicles and the Production of Geographical Scale,” Social Text 33, 54-81.

Smith, N. (1992b) “New City, New Frontier: The Lower East Side as Wild West,” in Michael Sorkin (ed.), Variation on a Theme Park: The New American City and the End of Public Space. New York: Hill and Wang, 61-93.

Smith, N. (1992c) “Real Wars, Theory Wars,” Progress in Human Geography 16, 257-71.

Smith, N. (1993) “Homeless/Global: Scaling Places,” in J. Bird et al (eds.), Mapping the Futures: Local Cultures, Global Change. London: Routledge, 87-119.

Smith, N. (1994) “Geography, Empire and Social Theory,” Progress in Human Geography 18, 491-500.

Smith, N. (1995a) “Gentrifying Theory,” Scottish Geographical Magazine 111, 124-36.

Smith, N. (1995b) “Trespassing the Future,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 13, 505-6.

Smith, N (1996a) “After Tompkins Square Park: Degentrification and the Revanchist City,” in A. King (ed.), Re-Presenting the City: Ethnicity, Capital and Culture in the 21st Century Metropolis. London: Macmillan, 93-107.

Smith, N (1996b) “Rethinking Sleep,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 14, 505-6.

Smith, N. (1996c) “Social Justice and the New Urbanism: The Revanchist City,” in E. Swyngedouw and A. Merrifield (eds.), The Urbanization of Injustice. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 117-36.

Smith, N. (1996d) “Space of Vulnerability: The Space of Flows and the Politics of Scale,” Critique of Anthropology 16, 63-77.

Smith, N. (1996e) The New Urban Frontier: Gentrification and the Revanchist City. New York: Routledge.

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Smith, N. (1997) “The Satanic Geographies of Globalization: Uneven Development in the 1990s,” Public Culture 10 (1), 169-89.

Smith, N. (1998a) “El Niño Capitalism,” Progress in Human Geography 22, 159-63.

Smith, N. (1998b) “Giuliani Time,” Social Text 57, 1-20.

Smith, N. (2000b) “What Happened to Class?” Environment and Planning A 32, 1011-32.

Smith, N. (2000c) “Who Rules This Sausage Factory?” Antipode 32, 330-39.

Smith, N. (2001a) “Ashes and Aftermath,” The Arab World Geographer 4, 81-84.

Smith, N. (2001b) “Scales of Terror and the Resort to Geography: September 11, October 7,” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 19, 631-37.

Smith, N. (2002a) “Ashes and Aftermath,” Philosophy & Geography 5, 9-12.

Smith, N. (2002b) “Ashes and Aftermath,” Studies in Political Economy 67, 7-12.

Smith, N. (2002c) “Scales of Terror: The Manufacturing of Nationalism and the War for US Globalism,” in S. Zukin and M. Sorkin (eds.), After the World Trade Center. New York: Routledge, 97-108.

Smith, N. (2003) American Empire: Roosevelt’s Geographer and the Prelude to Globalization. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Smith, N. (2005a) “Geographers, Empires and Victims: A Response,” Political Geography 24, 263-66.

Smith, N. (2005b) “Neo-Critical Geography, Or, The Flat Pluralist World of Business Class,” Antipode 37, 887-99.

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Smith, N. (2006c) “The Endgame of Globalization,” Political Geography 25, 1-14.

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Smith, N. (2008a) “Comment: Neo-liberalism – Dead but Dominant,” Focaal: European Journal of Anthropology 51, 155-57.

Smith, N. (2008b) “Neoliberalism is Dead, Dominant, Defeatable – then What?” Human Geography 1 (2),

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Smith, N. (2010) “The Revolutionary Imperative,” Antipode 41 (s.1), 50-65.

Smith, N. (2011) “Uneven Development Redux,” New Political Economy 16, 261-65.

Smith, N. and Cowen, D. (2010) “Martial Law in the Streets of Toronto: G20, Security and State Violence,” Human Geography, 3 (3), 29-46.

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Smith, N. and Dennis, W. (1987) “The Restructuring of Geographical Scale: The Coalescence and Fragmentation of the Northern Core Region,” Economic Geography 63, 160-82.

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Como Citar

Bomfim, P., Maciel Cavalcante, C., & de Campos Fernandes, R. (2021). Neil Smith, 1954-2012: geografia Radical, Geógrafo Marxista, Geógrafo Revolucionário. Revista Geografias, 29(1), 145–194. .2021.34402



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