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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 […]

New Associate Editors at Political Geography

The new Political Geography editorial team for 2016 (and beyond?) is now in place. James Sidaway, Jo Sharp, and I will be joined by two new associate editors: Halvard Buhaug, from the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), and Fiona McConnell, from Oxford University.  Halvard and Fiona both currently serve on the journal’s editorial board and […]

Political Geography seeks two new associate editors

Political Geography is seeking two new associate editors, to start in January 2016. Political Geography operates in a decentralized manner with each member of the editorial team having full responsibility for her or his queue. Therefore, after being assigned an article, associate editors are responsible for all aspects of manuscript processing, including selecting and recruiting […]

Changes at Political Geography

As of January 2013, I will become an Associate Editor at Political Geography. I will continue to have responsibility for editorials and guest editorials as well as picking up responsibilities for some of the full-length-article submissions. Responsibility for review essays and review forums will shift to my ex-nemesis and now good friend Jo Sharp, who […]