Routledge Geopolitics Series

Series Editors:
  • Klaus Dodds
    Professor of Geopolitics, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
  • Reece Jones
    Professor and Graduate Chair, Department of Geography, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA

Geopolitics is a thriving area of intellectual enquiry. The Routledge Geopolitics Series invites scholars to publish their original and innovative research in geopolitics and related fields. We invite proposals that are theoretically informed and empirically rich without prescribing research designs, methods and/or theories. Geopolitics is a diverse field making its presence felt throughout the arts and humanities, social sciences and physical and environmental sciences. Formal, practical and popular geopolitical studies are welcome as are research in areas informed by borders and bordering, elemental geo-politics, feminism, identity, law, race, resources, territory and terrain, materiality and objects. The series is also global in geographical scope and interested in proposals that focus on past, present and future geopolitical imaginations, practices and representations.

As the series is aimed at upper-level undergraduates, graduate students and faculty, we welcome edited book proposals as well as monographs and textbooks which speak to geopolitics and its relationship to wider human geography, politics and international relations, anthropology, sociology, and the interdisciplinary fields of social sciences, arts and humanities.

If you would like to submit a proposal please do feel free to contact:

Faye Leerink, Commissioning Editor, Routledge: faye.leerink@tandf.co.uk

Klaus Dodds, Series Editor: k.dodds@rhul.ac.uk

Reece Jones: Series Editor: reecej@hawaii.edu

  • Popular Geopolitics: Plotting an Evolving Interdiscipline book cover

    Popular Geopolitics

    Plotting an Evolving Interdiscipline, 1st Edition

    Edited by Robert A. Saunders, Vlad Strukov

    This book brings together scholars from across a variety of academic disciplines to assess the current state of the subfield of popular geopolitics. It provides an archaeology of the field, maps the flows of various frameworks of analysis into (and out of) popular geopolitics, and charts a…

    Hardback – 2018-04-09
    Routledge
    Routledge Geopolitics Series