[Iag-list] Geographies of the Anthropocene - Special Issue of Geographical Research (2015, vol. 53, issue 3)

Iain Hay iain.hay at flinders.edu.au
Fri Jul 31 16:51:47 AEST 2015


Dear colleagues

I am delighted to announce publication of a special issue of Geographical Research featuring nine excellent papers on Geographies of the Anthropocene, guest-edited by Brian Cook, Lauren Rickards and Ian Rutherfurd.

Full details of the issue are set out below and papers can be read through the journal’s website at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/geor.2015.53.issue-3/issuetoc


Geographies of the Anthropocene

Special Issue Papers

Geographies of the Anthropocene (pages 231-243)
BRIAN R. COOK, LAUREN A. RICKARDS and IAN RUTHERFURD

Geographers and the Discourse of an Earth Transformed: Influencing the Intellectual Weather or Changing the Intellectual Climate? (pages 244-254)
NOEL CASTREE

The Geography of the Anthropocene in New Zealand: Differential River Catchment Response to Human Impact (pages 255-269)
IAN C. FULLER, MARK G. MACKLIN and JANE M. RICHARDSON

Co-Producing (a Fearful) Anthropocene (pages 270-279)
BRIAN R. COOK and ANGELIKI BALAYANNIS

Metaphor and the Anthropocene: Presenting Humans as a Geological Force (pages 280-287)
LAUREN A. RICKARDS

Adapting to the Anthropocene: Some Reflections on Development and Climate in the West African Sahel (pages 288-297)
MICHAEL WATTS

Beyond the Mirrored Horizon: Modern Ontology and Amodern Possibilities in the Anthropocene (pages 298-305)
AIDAN DAVISON

What Sort of Geographical Education for the Anthropocene? (pages 306-312)
ERIC PAWSON

The Anthropoceneans (pages 313-320)
LESLEY HEAD

Paper
Using an ‘Interpretative Model’ for Contextual Design of Heritage Landscape Databases: The Case of St Helena Island National Park in Queensland, Australia (pages 321-335)
CHEN YANG

Book Reviews

Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction - By T. van DOOREN (pages 336-337)
AIDAN DAVISON

Liquidity Lost: The Governance of the Global Financial Crisis - By P. LANGLEY (pages 337-340)
STEWART WILLIAMS

The Data Revolution: Big Data, Open Data, Data Infrastructures & Their Consequences - By ROB KITCHIN (pages 340-342)
CRISTIAN SUTEANU

Cities and Social Change: Encounters with Contemporary Urbanism - Edited by R. PADDISON and E. MCCANN (pages 342-343)
SHANTI SUMARTOJO

The Coal Nation: Histories, Ecologies and Politics of Coal in India - Edited by K. LAHIRI-DUTT (pages 343-344)
PHIL MCMANUS


With kind regards

Iain


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Iain Hay  PhD LittD

Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Human Geography
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