Forum publication: Reinvigorating social geographies?
Papers from the Social and Cultural Geography Research Group sponsored conference, organised by Darren Smith, Kath Browne and David Bissell held in Brighton in 2009, are now published in the journal of Social and Cultural Geography.
The forum includes the following papers. Many of these will need an institutional subscription to the journal for access (via journal link above), but a few are available through author links (links below).
- ‘Reinvigorating social geographies? A ‘social re/turn’ for a changing social world: (re)opening a debate’ By Darren P. Smith, Kath Browne & David Bissell
- ‘Redundant? Resurgent? Relevant? Social Geography in Social & Cultural Geography’ by Phil Hubbard
- ‘Multiple, marginalised, passé or politically engaged? Some reflections on the current place of social geographies’ by Peter Hopkins
- ‘US Social Geography, alive and well?’ by Vincent Del Casino
- ‘Navigating a non-representational research landscape and representing ‘under-represented groups’: from complexity to strategic essentialism (and back)’ by Hannah Macpherson
- ‘Geography, race and emotions: social and cultural intersections’ by Anoop Nayak