Message from the Editors
Hello, and welcome to our first Geography newsletter of 2021! In this edition, we are highlighting a brief selection of recent books that we hope you will find of interest and use in your teaching. We encourage you to browse our website or to contact any of our outstanding editors directly if there are courses for which you are looking for suitable books and teaching materials. If you have ideas for new books, whether they be textbooks, supplementary reading, or books based on your research, we would be delighted to discuss your writing plans with you.
New & Key Titles
Instructors are invited to request inspection copies for their upcoming courses. To do so, click the "Request e-Inspection Copy" link beneath the book you are interested in, and fill in the online form.
Newly Published Textbooks
The Key Ideas in Geography series provides strong, original, and accessible texts on important spatial concepts for academics and students working in the fields of geography, sociology and anthropology, as well as the interdisciplinary fields of urban and rural studies, development and cultural studies. Each text will locate a key idea within its traditions of thought, provide grounds for understanding its various usages and meanings, and offer critical discussion of the contribution of relevant authors and thinkers.
Series editors: Noel Castree and Audrey Kobayashi
Media & Resources
Visit the youtube channel for the The Routledge Handbook of Placemaking to find out more about its contents! Below, watch a short welcome to the Handbook from its Editor, Dr Cara Courage.