Coleman Allums

Coleman Allums is a National Science Foundation (NSF) graduate research fellow in the department of geography at the University of Georgia. His interests in racial capitalism, cities, critical theory, and postqualitative methodologies are manifest in his current long-term project on the geographies of suburban secession in the Atlanta area; they also inflect more diffuse writings on such themes as mass shootings, epistemology, and urban housing. His work has been published in Professional Geographer, New Americanist, and the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, as well as in public-facing blogs at Antipode and Atlanta Studies.


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