Routledge Studies in African Geography publishes high quality, original scholarship on human and physical geography in Africa. The series welcomes research from new and established scholars across the world. Themes include population, cities and urban areas, migration and mobilities, regional geography, the environment, land use, natural disasters, economic geography, space, planning, cultural and social geographies.
Welcoming research from a range of disciplines, this series will be of interest to scholars of African Studies, Geography, Urban Studies, Environmental Studies, Politics, Economics and Development Studies.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please contact Routledge African Studies editor Helena Hurd, [email protected]
By Nadine Appelhans, Wolfgang Scholz, Sabine Baumgart
May 31, 2023
This book critically explores the relationship between mobility patterns, transport provision and urban development in East African cities. Bringing together contributions on the futures of mobility in urban East Africa, the chapters examine transport provision, mobility patterns, location-specific...
By Jörn Ahrens, Ernst Halbmayer
May 26, 2023
This book investigates the social and cultural dimensions of climate change in Southern Africa, focusing on how knowledge about climate change is conceived and conveyed. Despite contributing very little to the global production of emissions, the African continent looks set to be the hardest hit by...