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Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space


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Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space is an international journal of critical, heterodox, and interdisciplinary research into the relations between the political and the spatial. It advances debates on the spatialization of politics and the politicization of spatial relations. The journal welcomes original contributions that integrate empirical and theoretical analyses to engage, advance, challenge, and reframe debates about the political.

Visit the other journals from the Environment and Planning suite:

Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space

Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space

Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space


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Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space is an international journal of critical, heterodox, and interdisciplinary research into the relations between the political and the spatial. It advances debates on the spatialization of politics and the politicization of spatial relations. The journal welcomes original contributions that integrate empirical and theoretical analyses to engage, advance, challenge, and reframe debates about the political.

Politics and Space values a wide range of critical and radical perspectives and encourages new theorizations, novel methodologies, and decentring ontologies. This is a global journal that supports and welcomes scholarship produced from and about all regions of the world. It encourages scholarship that engages marginalized and oppressed standpoints and critically engages hegemonic forms of power. The journal aims to push the boundaries and potential of research on the political and the spatial by exploring questions including: What is the status of the political in such research? How does thinking politics spatially help us understand pressing contemporary concerns in the world? And how can or should researchers act politically through their scholarship?

 

The editors welcome empirically-oriented contributions as well as work that is more conceptual. The substantive scope of Politics and Space extends from urban politics to the politics of international institutions; from political economies of development and empire to political geographies of mobilities and identities; from geopolitics to the governance of environmental crises; and from the spatialities of states and sovereign power to the geographies of social justice. Papers should advance knowledge on the intersection of the spatial and the political in any area of the social sciences or humanities.

 

Managing Editor
Eugene McCann Simon Fraser University, Canada
Editors
Luiza Bialasiewicz University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thom Davies University of Nottingham, UK
Rachel Hughes University of Melbourne, Australia
Sarah Hunt University of Victoria, Canada
Editorial Manager
Katie Nudd Freelance Editorial Office, UK
Editorial Board
Ishan Ashutosh Indiana University, USA
Veit Bachmann University of Bonn, Germany
Oliver Belcher Durham University, UK
Lisa Bhungalia Kent State University, USA
Nicholas Blomley Simon Fraser University, Canada
John Paul Catungal University of British Columbia, Canada
Mathew Coleman (Rural and remote psychiatry) University of Western Australia, Australia
Deirdre Conlon University of Leeds, UK
Elena dell'Agnese Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca, Italy
Mustafa Dikeç Université Paris-Est, France
Sapana Doshi University of Arizona, USA
Juliet Fall Université de Genève, Switzerland
Rogerio Haesbaert Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
Mona Harb American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Patricia Lopez Dartmouth College, USA
Onofre Martorell Cunill Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain
Fiona McConnell University of Oxford, UK
Beverley Mullings Queen's University, Canada
Amber Murrey University of Oxford, UK
Godwin Murunga Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, Senegal
Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni University of South Africa
Patricia Noxolo University of Birmingham, UK
Diana Ojeda Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia
Raul Pacheco-Vega Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) Sede, Mexico
Laura Pulido University of Oregon, USA
Adam Ramadan University of Birmingham, UK
Maano Ramutsindela University of Cape Town, South Africa
Anna Secor University of Kentucky, USA
Joanne Sharp University of Glasgow, UK
Cristina Temenos University of Manchester, UK
Chih Yuan Woon National University of Singapore, Singapore
Takashi Yamazaki Osaka City University, Japan
Past Editors
Patricia Daley University of Oxford, UK
Alison Mountz Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Joe Painter Durham University, UK
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