Forthcoming Series: Radical Geography
Series Editors: Jayson J. Funke, CUNY Medgar Evers College, and Daniel Niles, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature
The Radical Geography book series presents cutting-edge critical scholarship. We publish scholarly monographs and edited collections that challenge established social and political paradigms and advance marginalized, ostracized, repressed, subaltern, and left/liberatory perspectives on political economy, political ecology, urban, social and cultural geographies, and geopolitics. Publication of the book series is coordinated by the Institute of Human Geography as a complement to its journal Human Geography.
Book proposals and/or full manuscripts can be submitted by email to the Institute of Human Geography. Manuscripts should be at least 80,000 words in length, and they may also include illustrations and other visual materials. Please consult these Book Proposal Guidelines and these Author Manuscript Instructions.
The Radical Geography book series is broadly conceived to cover topics including but not limited to economic, urban, social, environmental, cultural, and geopolitical issues. Therefore, the series is committed to an array of research ranging from political economy to cultural economy to political ecology. It is envisaged as a well-written, critical, political, and intellectually rich series of original monographs and edited collections that will stimulate debates and spark social change.
The Radical Geography book series consciously favors political as well as theoretically based books from various left positions that include Marxist-Socialist positions, in addition to feminist, anarchist, anti-racist, postcolonial, anti-colonial, subaltern, queer, and any newly emerging radical thought.
Additionally, the Radical Geography book series is a forum to respond to the difficult and wide range of urgent social and political questions thrown up by capitalist globalization that are not being fully addressed in an increasingly neoliberalizing and commodified academia. Some of the most basic issues (the Iraq and Afghanistan invasions, the war-induced refugee crisis, global finance capitalism, poverty, famine, imperialism, environmental crisis) are hardly mentioned in mainstream publications. Hence, we favor a new, more extensive and politically inclusive book series of broadly, but very politically, conceived Radical Geography.
Radical Geography is a subseries of the Studies in Critical Social Sciences book series.
- Jayson J. Funke, CUNY Medgar Evers College, USA
- Daniel Niles, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Japan
- Waquar Ahmed, University of North Texas, USA
- Ipsita Chatterjee, University of North Texas, USA
- Angela Y. Davis, UC Santa Cruz, USA
- Danny Dorling, University of Oxford, UK
- Caroline Faria, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
- John Bellamy Foster, University of Oregon, USA
- Jacqueline Goldin, University of Western Cape, South Africa
- Jamie Goodwin-White, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
- Sarah Marie Hall, The University of Manchester, UK
- Jovan Scott Lewis, UC Berkeley, USA
- Amalia Pesantes Villa, Dickinson College, USA
- Michael Samers,University of Kentucky, USA
- Sachidanand Sinha, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India