Antipode is an academic journal but also more than this. It publishes peer review essays on geographical issues such as place, space, landscape, scale, human- environment relations, uneven development, boundaries, borders and connections. Antipode explores how space, place, border, scale and landscape both shape and are shaped by unequal social relations. It is essential reading for critical social scientists.
Global in perspective and drawing on both theory and empirical research, the Journal of Consumer Culture reflects the need to engage critically with modern consumer culture and to understand its central role in contemporary social processes. The Journal of Consumer Culture brings together articles from the many social sciences and humanities in which consumer culture has become a significant focus. It also engages with overarching contemporary perspectives on social transformation, all of which give an unprecedented importance to consumption in understanding social processes at both local and global levels.
Progress in Human Geography is the peer-review journal of choice for those wanting to know about the state of the art in all areas of human geography research - philosophical, theoretical, thematic, methodological or empirical. Concerned primarily with critical reviews of current research, Progress in Human Geography enables a space for debate about questions, concepts and findings of formative influence in human geography. Five major strands - Perspectives, Reviews, Opinions, Biographies and Key Publications - make Progress in Human Geography the most innovative, distinctive and wide-ranging journal of human geography today. They enable it to offer critically informed and diverse accounts of the intellectual traditions and contemporary developments that shape and direct human geographical research and teaching.
Race & Class contains contributions from scientists, artists, novelists, journalists, politicians and black and Third World activists and scholars. It is the foremost English language journal on racism and imperialism in the world today, for the breadth of its analysis, its global outlook and its multidisciplinary approach. Topics covered in Race & Class include: globalisation, popular culture, postcolonialism, black politics, European fascism, debt, indigenous peoples, legacies of empire, culture and identity, the information revolution, migration and trafficking, militarism and empire, national security, religion and race, and xeno-racism.
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