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Geography Faculty Newsletter | August

Posted on: August 11, 2020

Message from the Editors

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc across the globe and Black Lives Matter protests take place worldwide, the topics investigated by geographers and cognate fields have never felt more pertinent and important. We all need to consider the myriad ways in which humans connect with other humans in our globalised world, and both the damage and the benefits that these connections bring.

As we try to move forward, I know that our authors will continue to ask the tough questions and to disseminate vital knowledge and research. It is a privilege to help them to do so.

If you have a new book idea which you would like to be considered for inclusion in our publishing programme, please contact me or Faye.

Andrew Mould, Publisher, [email protected]

Faye Leerink, Editor, [email protected]

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New Series Welcoming Submissions

We publish a wide range of series across geography, including these four series for which we are actively welcoming submissions:

Routledge Planetary Spaces (Series Editor: Kim Peters)

Provides a home for cross-disciplinary work which is attentive to the relationships between planetary and extra planetary processes and human and more-than-human life.

Routledge Series on Digital Spaces (Series Editors: Chris Lukinbeal and Barney Warf)

Considers the effect of digital technologies on the world(s) we live in and welcomes contributions that stretch disciplinary boundaries, encompassing new ways of seeing and dealing with digital technologies.

Routledge Research on Decoloniality and New Postcolonialisms (Series Editor: Mark Jackson)

A forum for original, critical research into the histories, legacies, and life-worlds of modern colonialism, postcolonialism, and contemporary coloniality.

Routledge Geopolitics Series (Series Editors: Klaus Dodds and Reece Jones)

We welcome books on formal, practical and popular geopolitical studies, on borders and bordering, elemental geo-politics, feminism, identity, law, race, resources, territory and terrain, materiality and objects.