Dialogues in Human Geography


Dialogues in Human Geography


Publisher: SAGE Publications

The primary aim of Dialogues in Human Geography is to stimulate open and critical debate on the philosophical, methodological and pedagogic foundations of geographic thought and praxis.

It publishes articles, with responses, which seek to critique present thinking and praxis and set the agenda for future avenues of geographic thought, empirical research and pedagogy.

Dialogues is theoretical in orientation, forward looking, and seeks to publish original and innovative work that pushes the boundaries of geographical theory, praxis and pedagogy through a unique (in Geography) and innovative format of open peer commentary. This format strongly encourages engaged dialogue.

The scope of the journal is both the broad agenda of human geography as a whole (and in relation to the social sciences, humanities, and environmental sciences more generally) and specific ideas, debates, and modes of praxis within disciplinary sub-fields. It has relevance and utility to those interested in all aspects of the discipline.

eISSN: 2043-8214
ISSN: 2043-8206

Manuscript submission via online system.

Managing Editor:

Rob Kitchin
National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis (NIRSA)
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Co. Kildare

Email: Rob.Kitchin@nuim.ie

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 1 No. 1 March 2011

Date: 21 April 2011

Original posting date: 
Thursday, April 21, 2011
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