Dr Andrew Baldwin
|Associate Professor in the Department of Geography||232||+44 (0) 191 33 41985|
|Associate Professor , Geographies of Life||232||+44 (0) 191 33 41985|
|Associate Professor , Politics-State-Space||232||+44 (0) 191 33 41985|
Before joining the Geography Department at Durham, I held appointments at the University of Manchester and at Queen's University (Kingston, Ontario) and I received my PhD from Carleton University in 2006. From 2011-2015 I was Chair of COST Action IS1101 Climate Change and Migration, and from 2013-2016 I was Co-Director of the Institute for Hazard, Risk and Resilience (Durham University).
My research examines the intersections of race, nature and geography with a specific current focus on the ways in which discourses and practices of climate change and migration relate to questions of humanism, posthumanism, politics, culture, urbanism and the Anthropocene.Ultimately, my work is motivated to ask how new forms of political community are coming into existence (or not) in relation to looming geohistorical phenomena like climate change and the Anthropocene. This work draws heavily from anti-racist scholarship and postcolonial theory.
I am currently Co-investigator on a major ESRC-funded project called Inclusive Urban Infrastructure with colleagues from Sussex and Durham and our international partners in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe and Somaliland. This work builds on several other projects with colleagues at Sussex and SOAS: Migrants on the Margins (funded by the Royal Geographical Society), Supporting the Mobility of Trapped Populations (ESRC-DFID funded) and The Unknown City (ESRC-AHRC funded - Forced Displacement Programme).
- 2014 Institute for Advanced Studies Fellowship, Durham University
- 2006 - 2008 SSHRC Council Postdoctoral Fellowship
- 2004 - 2005 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship Scholarship
- Climate Change and Migration: Knowledge, law and policy, and theory
- 2016: Supporting the social mobility of trapped populations in very poor urban areas(£21689.00 from ESRC)
- 2016: The Unknown City: the (in)visibility of urban displacement(£11425.00 from )
- 2015: Conference: Human Migration and the Environment: Futures, Politics, Invention(£1485.62 from Heinrich-Boll Foundation European Union)
- 2015: IAA-CLIMATE CHANGE AND MIGRATION: ARTS, PUBLICS AND POLITICS(£9285.00 from ESRC)
- 2011: COST: Climate Change and Migration: Law and Policy and Theory(£69425.53 from European Commission)
- Baldwin, W.Andrew (2022). The Other of Climate Change: Racial Futurism, Migration, Humanism. Rowman and Littlefield.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2010). Contentious Geographies: Environmental knowledge, meaning and scale. Human Geography 3(2).
- Baldwin, W.A. (2010). Griffith Taylor: visionary, environmentalist, explorer. Journal of Historical Geography 36(1): 106-107.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2008). Understories: The Political Life of Forests in Northern New Mexico. Journal of Historical Geography 34(4): 674-675.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Do Glaciers Listen? Local Knowledge, Colonial Encounters and Social Imagination. Environmental History 12(4).
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Places of Last Resort: The Extension of the Farm Frontier into the Boreal Woods. Journal of Historical Geography
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Logjam: Deforestation and the Crisis of Global Governance. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 16(3).
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). States of Nature: Conserving Canada's Wildlife in the Twentieth Century. Journal of Historical Geography 33(3).
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Nature and the City: Making Environmental Policy in Toronto and Los Angeles. Historical Geography 35: 275-277.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2006). Handbook of Global Environmental Politics. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 15(1): 118-120.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2006). Bilateral Ecopolitics: Continuity and Change in Canadian-American Environmental Relations. Review of European Community and International Environmental Law
- Baldwin, W.A. (2004). A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound. The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien 48(1): 83-84.
Chapter in book
- Baldwin, W. Andrew (2020). Climate change refugees. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Kobayashi, Audrey Elsevier. 275-279.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Concluding remarks: on the politics of climate change, migration and human rights. In Climate Change, Migration and Human Rights: Law and Policy Perspectives. Manou, Dimitra, Baldwin, W. Andrew, Cubie, Dug, Thorp, Teresa & Mihr, Anja London: Routledge.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Rearranging desire: on whiteness and heteronormativity. In Life adrift: climate change, migration, critique. Baldwin, W.A. & Bettini, Giovanni Rowman & Littlefield.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Bettini, Giovanni (2017). Introduction: Life adrift. In Life adrift: climate change, migration, critique. Baldwin, W.A. & Bettini, Giovanni Rowman & Littlefield.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Gemenne, F. (2013). Climate change and migration: context, paradox, and future directions. In World Social Sciences Report 2013. Hackmann, H. & Caillods, F. International Social Sciences Council.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Meltzer, J. (2012). Environmental Citizenship and Climate Security: Contextualizing Violence and Citizenship in Amazonian Peru. In Environment and Citizenship in Latin America. Latta, A. & Wittman, H. Oxford: Berghahn Books. 2012: 23-38.
- Baldwin, W.A., Cameron, L. & Kobayashi, A. (2011). Where is the Great White North? Spatializing history, historicizing whiteness. In Rethinking the Great White North: race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada. Baldwin, W.A., Cameron, L. & Kobayashi, A. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Dalby, S. (2010). Human Security and Canadian Environmental Policy. In Canada's New Foreign and Security Policy Strategies: Assessing Soft and Hard Dimensions of Middlepowerhood. Hynek, N. & Bosold, D. Oxford.: Oxford University Press.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Dalby, S. (2010). Canadian Middle Power Identity, Environmental Biopolitics, and Human Insecurity. In Canada's Foreign and Security Policy: Soft and Hard Strategies of a Middle Power. Hynek, N. & Bosold, D. Oxford.: Oxford University Press. 121-137.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Boreal Forests. In Encyclopedia of environment and society. Robbins, Paul Sage. 1: 153-154.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007). Agenda 21. In Encyclopedia of Environment and Society. Robbins, P. Thousand Oaks, California and London Sage. 1: 10-11.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2008), Whiteness, Nature and Canadian Conservation Politics, International Council of Canadian Studies Biennial Conference. Ottawa, Ottawa.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007), Carbon-nation: the relational ontology of carbon scarcity in Canada's boreal forest, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California., San Francisco CA.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2007), The White Geography of Lawren Stewart Harris: whiteness and the performative coupling of wilderness and multiculturalism in Canada, Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon., University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.
- Manou, D., Baldwin, W.A., Cubie, D., Thorp, T. & Mihr, A. (2017). Climate Change, Migration and Human Rights: Law and Policy Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Environmental Migration, Displacement and Resettlement. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Bettini, G. (2017). Life Adrift: climate change, migration, critique. Geopolitical Bodies, Material Worlds. Rowman and Littlefield.
- Baldwin, W.A., Cameron, L. & Kobayashi, A. (2011). Rethinking the Great White North: race, nature and the historical geographies of whiteness in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
- Tilley, Lisa, Ranawana, Anupama, Baldwin, Andrew & Tully, Tyler (2023). Race and Climate Change: Towards Anti-Racist Ecologies. Politics 43(2): 141–152.
- Ayeb-Karlsson, Sonja & Baldwin, Andrew (2022). Who is the climate-induced trapped figure? WIREs Climate Change 13(6): e803.
- Baldwin, W. Andrew (2022). Force and Forcing in Baucom's Heterochronic Philosophy of Freedom for the Anthropocene (Review of History 4° Celsius by Ian Baucom. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2020). Cultural Critique Online Frame 3.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Erickson, B. (2020). Introduction: Whiteness, coloniality, and the Anthropocene. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 38(1): 3-11.
- Boas, I, Farbotko, C, Adams, H, Sterly, H Bush, S van der Geest, K, Wiegel, H, Ashraf, H, Baldwin, A Bettini, G Blondin, S de Bruijn, M Durand-Delacre, D Fröhlich, C Gioli, G Guaita, L Hut, E Jarawura, F Lamers, M Lietaer, S Nash, S Piguet, E Rothe, D Sakdapolrak, P Smith, L Furlong, B Turhan, E Warner, J Zickgraf, C Black R & Hulme M (2019). Climate migration myths. Nature Climate Change 9(11): 901-903.
- Baldwin, W. Andrew Fröhlich, C. & Rothe, D. (2019). From Climate Migration to Anthropocene Mobilities: Shifting the Debate; Editors introduction. Mobilities 14(3): 289-297.
- Baldwin, Andrew (2019). Thinking with Protevi: difference, the present, and the political. Political Geography 70: 137-139.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Theorising Climate Change and Migration: Affect, Politics and the Future Conditional. Insights 10-11.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Fornalé, E. (2017). Adaptive migration: pluralising the debate on climate change and migration. The Geographical Journal 183(4): 322-328.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Decolonising geographical knowledges: the incommensurable, the university and democracy. Area 49(3): 329-331.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Postcolonial Futures: Climate, Race, and the Yet-to-Come. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 24(2): 292-305.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Climate change, migration, and the crisis of humanism. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 8(3): e460.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2017). Resilience and race, or climate change and the uninsurable migrant: towards an anthroporacial reading of ‘race’. Resilience: international policies, practices, discourses 5(2): 129-143.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2016). Premediation and white affect: climate change and migration in critical perspective. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41(1): 78-90.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2015). Responsibility, politics, and reason: a sympathetic comment on Castree. Dialogues in Human Geography 5(3): 317-321.
- Baldwin, W.A., Methmann, C. & Rothe, D. (2014). Securitizing ‘climate refugees’ the futurology of climate-induced migration. Critical Studies on Security 2(2): 121-130.
- Baldwin, A. (2014). The political theologies of climate change-induced migration. Critical Studies on Security 2(2): 210-222.
- Baldwin, A. (2014). Pluralising climate change and migration: an argument in favour of open futures. Geography Compass 8(8): 516-528.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2013). Vital ecosystem security: emergence, circulation, and the biopolitical environmental citizen. Geoforum 44(2): 52-61.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2013). Racialisation and the figure of the climate-change migrant. Environment and Planning A 45(6): 1474-1490.
- Baldwin, W.A. & Stanley, A. (2013). Risky natures, natures of risk. Geoforum 45: 2.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2012). Orientalising environmental citizenship: climate change, migration, and the war on potential. Citizenship Studies 16(5-6).
- Baldwin, W.A. (2012). Whiteness and futurity: towards a research agenda. Progress in Human Geography 36(2): 172-187.
- (2012). Interivew with Andrew Baldwin. Miradas en Movimiento Special Volume - Naturally Immigrants: 176-182.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2010). Wilderness and tolerance in Flora MacDonald Denison: towards a biopolitics of whiteness. Social and Cultural Geography 11(8): 883-901
- Baldwin, W.A. (2009). Carbon nullius and racial rule: race, nature and the cultural politics of forest carbon in Canada. Antipode 41(2): 231-255.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2009). The White Geography of Lawren Stewart Harris: Whiteness and the Performative Coupling of Multiculturalism and Nature in Canada. Environment and Planning A 41(3): 529-544.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2009). Ethnoscaping Canada's Boreal Forest: liberal whiteness and its disaffiliation from colonial space. The Canadian Geographer / Le géographe canadien 53(4): 427-443.
- Baldwin, W.A. (2004). An Ethics of Connection: Social-nature in Canada's Boreal Forest. Ethics, Place and Environment 7(3): 185-194.
- Baldwin, A. (2003). The Nature of the Boreal Forest: Governmentality and Forest-nature. Space and Culture 6(4): 415-428.
- Baldwin, W. Andrew (2022). Why we should abandon the concept of the 'climate refugee'. The Conversation
- Baldwin, W.A., Turhan, E. & Armiero, M. (2016). Alive and afloat. The New Internationalist
- (2012), Pre-empting race: climate change, migration and the future conditional, *Baldwin, W.A Critical Approaches to Environmental Displacement. Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford University.