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Browse all of the latest news and updates from Routledge Geography. We regularly publish helpful information and news within the area of Geography to celebrate our publishing program and the individuals that make it possible.

Recent News Articles

  1. Elaine Stratford Launches “Geographies, Mobilities, and Rhythms over the Life-Course”

    Elaine Stratford launched her recently published book, Geographies, Mobilities, and Rhythms over the Life-Course.  You can read the speech given by Dr David Bissell of The Australian National University here

  2. Emma S. Norman Awarded the 2015 Julian Minghi Distinguished Book Award

    Congratulations to Emma S. Norman, author of Governing Transboundary Waters who has been awarded the 2015 Julian Minghi Distinguished Book Award by the Political Geography Specialty Group! This award is given to the author(s) of the best book published during the previous calendar year in the field of political geography. 

  3. ‘Critical Animal Geographies’ Honored at AAG’s Geographical Perspectives on Women Book Event

    Congratulations to Kathryn Gillepsie and Rosemary-Claire Collard, editors of Critical Animal Geogrphies: Politics, Intersections and Hierarchies in a Multispecies World, on being honored at the 2015 AAG Geographical Perspectives on Women (GPOW) Book Event!

  4. Call for Book Proposals: New Series – Routledge Research in New Postcolonialisms

    Series Editor: Dr Mark Jackson, Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Geographies, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK.

    We are actively inviting new book proposals for this series. These can be (co)authored or (co)edited proposals. Please contact Routledge Editor Faye Leerink to discuss your idea: faye.leerink@tandf.co.uk

    Click here to read more about this new series.

  5. Call for Authors 2014-15

    Routledge Introductions to Environment: Environment and Society Texts

    Series Editor: Timothy Doyle, Professor of Politics and International Studies, University of Adelaide, Australia; Professor of Politics and International Relations, Keele University, United Kingdom; Distinguished research Fellow, Curtin University, Australia; Chair, Indian Ocean Rim Association Academic Group, Port Louis, Mauritius; Chief Editor, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, Routledge, Taylor and Francis, London, UK.

    New titles needed in:

    • Environment in History
    • Environment and Diaspora
    • Environment and Religion
    • Environment and the Digital World
    • Environment and Literature
  6. 2014 Geography Bestsellers

    We are proud to present our Top 10 Bestselling 2014 titles from Routledge Geography.

    Learn more about any of these bestsellers by just clicking on the titles below, where you can read the full blurb, view the table of contents, read reviews, and view inside with FREE ACCESS to the first 30 pages of every book!

  7. Planning to Sprawl

    Erica Schoenberger, the author of Nature, Choice and Social Power, recently wrote an article based in part on the same themes of her book, which addresses how we should understand our responsibility to the environment and to each other as individuals within a large and impersonal system.  You can read the full article here, share your views and join the lively conversation!

  8. Visit Routledge at the 2014 RGS-IBG Meeting in London!

    Please join Routledge at RGS-IBG in London from August 26-29, 2014. Visit our stand to browse our latest books and receive 20% off all titles on display and free shipping on all orders! We look forward to meeting you there.

  9. Q&A with the Editors of Global Perspectives on Gender and Space: Engaging Feminism and Development

    Feminism has re-shaped the way we think about equality, power relations and social change. Recent feminist scholarship has provided new theoretical frameworks, methodologies and empirical analyses of how gender and feminism are situated within the development process. Global Perspectives on Gender and Space: Engaging Feminism and Development draws upon this framework to explore the effects of globalization on development in diverse geographical contexts. It explores how women’s and men’s lives are gendered in specific spaces as well as across multiple landscapes. We recently spoke with the editors, Ann M. Oberhauser and Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo, about the field of gender and development studies and what led them to write this book.

  10. The Creative Class Goes Global

    Join us at AAG 2014 - booth #110!

    Routledge is delighted to announce that we will be attending the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting (AAG) in April.

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