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Two new editors at Political Geography

Political Geography has brought on two new associate editors, joining our ever-expanding editorial team. Today is the first day on the job for Filippo Menga, who is replacing Jo Sharp as associate editor for the Setting-the-Agenda section. Filippo is a lecturer at the University of Reading where his research focuses on the geopolitics of water […]

Political Geography seeking new editor for Setting-the-Agenda section

Political Geography is seeking a new associate editor to manage the ‘Setting-the-Agenda’ section. This is the section where we publish all content other than peer-reviewed full-length articles. So, it’s where you’ll find things like guest editorials, commentaries, intervention sets, review forums, and review essays. Candidates are encouraged to develop other forms of content, as well […]

Kevin Grove joins Political Geography

I am delighted to welcome Dr. Kevin Grove as Associate Editor at Political Geography. An Assistant Professor in the Department of Global and Sociocultural Studies at Florida International University, Kevin received his PhD from Ohio State University in 2011 and came to FIU in 2015, after holding a postdoc at Dartmouth College and teaching for […]

New Associate Editor position at Political Geography

Political Geography is looking for a new associate editor to join the current editorial team (myself, Tor Benjaminsen, Halvard Buhaug, and Fiona McConnell). We’re looking for broad expertise in the subdiscipline, but specialisms in political theory, critical IR/security studies, migration studies, and urban/economic geography would be particularly welcome. Please see the complete advert and apply […]

Tor Benjaminsen joins Political Geography

  Political Geography is pleased to announce the latest addition to the editorial team: Tor Benjaminsen of the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, who has joined the journal as an associate editor. Tor will be replacing James Sidaway, who is stepping aside after over a decade with the journal. James will be winding down the […]

New Associate Editor position at Political Geography

Political Geography is looking for a new associate editor, to begin this July. The position, made possible by James Sidaway stepping down after 12 years as associate editor, is broadly worded to cover the breadth of the subdiscipline. However we will look especially favourably on associate editor candidates with expertise in political theory and critical […]

15-article Virtual Special Issue on Political Geography of climate change, for COP21 meeting; free access through February 15

To accompany the COP21 meeting in Paris, Political Geography is making 15 articles on the political geography of climate change available in a Virtual Special Issue which will be available for free access from November 15, 2015 through February 15, 2016. The Virtual Special Issue — ‘Climate Change and Political Geography’ — was compiled by […]