Geoff Mann is a Professor of economic geography. His research and teaching concern the political economy of contemporary capitalism, with a particular focus on the politics of macroeconomic policy, the interaction of economic governance and efforts to address climate change, and social and political theory. His most recent books are In the Long Run We Are All Dead: Keynesianism, Political Economy and Revolution (Verso, 2017); The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money: A Reader’s Companion (Verso, 2017); and Disassembly Required: A Field Guide to Actually Existing Capitalism (AK Press, 2013). With Brett Christophers and Andrew Leyshon, he co-edited Money and Finance After the Crisis: Critical Thinking for Uncertain Times (Wiley, 2017). Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future, co-authored with Joel Wainwright, will appear with Verso in early 2018.   


Bruce Alexander SFU, Psychology (Emeritus)
Yıldız Atasoy SFU, Sociology/Anthropology
Clint Burnham SFU, English
James Busumtwi-Sam SFU, Political Science
John Calvert 
SFU, Health Sciences
Marjorie Griffin Cohen SFU, Political Science & Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies (Emerita)
Rosemary-Claire Collard SFU, Geography
Claire Cutler 
University of Victoria, Political Science
Jessica Dempsey UBC, Geography
Habiba Zaman SFU, Gender, Sexuality & Women's Studies
Olena Hankivsky SFU, Public Policy
Andy Hira  
SFU, Political Science
Mark Leier    SFU, History
Geoff Mann (Director) SFU, Geography
Stephen McBride (ex-Director) McMaster University, Political Science
Eugene McCann SFU, Geography
Gerardo Otero SFU, International Studies
Peter Prontzos Langara University, Political Science
Ingo Schmidt Athabasca University, Economics–Labour Studies
Kendra Strauss SFU, Labour Studies–Geography
Gary Teeple 
SFU, Sociology/Anthropology–Labour Studies
Russell Alan Williams Memorial University, Political Science
Postdoctoral Fellows  
Genevieve LeBaron 2011-2012; currently Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Politics, University of Sheffield
Caroline Sage Ponder 2017-2018
Visiting Faculty  
Joel Wainwright 2015-2016; Professor, Dept. of Geography, Ohio State University
A Selection of Past Graduate Students  
Elizabeth Blackwood Ph.D. SFU Political Science; currently Senior Researcher, Canadian Union of Public Employees
Sherri Brown Ph.D. McMaster University, Political Science; currently Senior Researcher, British Columbia Teachers’ Federation
Gretchen Ferguson Ph.D. SFU Geography; currently Assoc. Director, SFU Centre for Sustainable Development
Mark Kear Ph.D. SFU Geography; currently Asst. Professor, School of Geography and Development, University of Arizona
Julie MacArthur Ph.D. SFU Political Science; currently Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Politics and International Relations, University of Auckland
Joshua Newman Ph.D. SFU Political Science; currently Lecturer, School of Social & Policy Studies, Flinders University
Efe Peker Ph.D. SFU, Sociology/Anthropology; currently Coordinator, Public Scholars Initiative, University of British Columbia
Cristina Temenos Ph.D. SFU Geography; currently Urban Studies Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Manchester
Myka Tucker-Abramson Ph.D. SFU English; currently Lecturer, Dept. of English, King’s College London
Heather Whiteside Ph.D. SFU Political Science; currently Asst. Professor, Dept. of Political Science, University of Waterloo