The latest issues of the Society’s journals are now available online.
This quarter’s Area features a special section on the geographies of co-production, guest edited by Dr Louise Holt, Dr Jayne Jeffries, Dr Edward Hall, and Dr Andrew Power. The papers include a discussion on learning from inclusive research approaches at the margins; an examination of the difficulties and prospects of co‐producing knowledge with people with intellectual disabilities in a project examining their uses of urban public space; and an analysis of the complex spaces of co-production, volunteering, ageing and care. The issue also contains papers that explore a wide range of geographical topics, including attainment and progression of geography undergraduates in London according to gender, ethnicity and socio-economic status, and the role that geographical ideas and geographers must play in climate geoengineering.
In Geo, the most recent papers cover peatland carbon stocks and burn history, the value of paleoecological techniques for investigating the decline of rare aquatic plants, and an examination of public sites of food production and consumption in low income settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Geographical Journal has a themed section on educational landscapes which explores the spatialities and experiences of both formal and informal educational sites. Other highlights of this issue include two papers reporting research in Fiji: study on the relocation processes taking place in three low-lying coastal villages as communities seek to adapt to climate change, and a spotlight on the rise and impact of voluntourism.
This quarter’s issue of Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers includes a themed section on reappraising David Livingstone’s The Geographical Tradition. Other papers cover a range of topics, including the intimate spaces and coping labour of displacement for Syrian women refugees in Jordan; an examination of the family fragilities caused by economic crises; and an exploration of how breast cancer awareness has led to the formation of biosocial communities.
Finally, the newest addition to the RGS-IBG book series, Geopolitics and the event: rethinking Britain’s Iraq War through art, is available to order on the Wiley website now.
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