Friday, January 24, 2014

Handbook proofs

The proofs for The SAGE Handbook of Human Geography have arrived, all 732 pages of them.  The end is finally in sight!  I'm slightly biased, but I think it's a great collection of essays by a set of wonderful authors.  It should be published by April/May, hopefully.  The dust jacket is right.  Here's the line up.

Volume 1

Part I Imagining Human Geographies
1 Place, Tim Cresswell
2 Mobilities, Johanna Waters
3 Inhabiting, Jacques Lévy
4 Difference, Katharyne Mitchell
5 More-Than-Human Geographies, Beth Greenhough
6 Nature-Society, Andrea Nightingale
7 Transformations, Daniel Clayton
8 Critique, Alastair Bonnett
9 Geo-historiographies, Trevor Barnes

Part II Practising Human Geographies
10 Capturing, Matthew W. Wilson and Sarah Elwood
11 Noticing, Eric Laurier
12 Representing, Anna Barford
13 Writing (somewhere), Juliet J. Fall
14 Researching, Meghan Cope
15 Producing, Mia Gray
16 Engaging, Jane Wills
17 Educating, Jennifer Hill and Avril Maddrell
18 Advocacy, Audrey Kobayashi, Meghan Brooks, Sarah de Leeuw, Nathaniel Lewis,
Catherine Nolin and Cheryl Sutherland

Volume 2

Part III Living Human Geographies
19 Ethics, Elizabeth Olson
20 Economy, Marianna Pavlovskaya and Kevin St Martin
21 Society, Jamie Winders
22 Culture, Patricia Price
23 Politics, David Featherstone
24 Words, Cheryl McGeachan and Christopher Philo
25 Power, Louise Amoore
26 Development, Katie Wills
27 Bodies, Rachel Silvey and Jean-François Bissonnette
28 Identities, Robyn Dowling and Katharine McKinnon
29 Demographies, Elspeth Graham
30 Health, Matthew Sparke
31 Resistance, Sarah Wright

1 comment:

Margot Kinberg said...

Oh, this looks great, Rob - Thanks for sharing.