Agenda Human Geographies

Series Description

The Agenda Human Geographies series explores contemporary issues, debates and controversies from geographical perspectives and presents the distinctive contributions offered by the discipline. It examines a wide range of topics such as health, globalization, development, justice, migration, race, gender and sexuality, inequality, culture and crime. New and emerging areas as well as established fields come under the spotlight in thought-provoking and incisive discussions by leading scholars. Theoretically informed, authors utilize the latest thinking and critical analysis to reveal the diversity of geographical contributions to our understanding of issues that society faces today. Forward looking, they conclude with a consideration of directions in which the discipline will develop in the future.

Books are written for an international readership studying, researching and engaging with geographical thought. They are suitable for upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate course use as well as scholars working in geography and related disciplines.

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