Thanks for sharing this, Iain – well done to all involved!

 

Best,

Rosie

 

(Ms) Rosie DUFFY
Journal Publishing Coordinator
Research Communications

 

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From: Iain Hay [mailto:iain.hay@flinders.edu.au]
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Subject: Geographies of the Anthropocene - Special Issue of Geographical Research (2015, vol. 53, issue 3)

 

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

School of the Environment             Flinders University

GPO Box 2100       Adelaide      SA 5001       AUSTRALIA

 

Phone: 61-(0)-8-8201-2386                Fax: 61-(0)-8-8201-3521

Email: iain.hay@flinders.edu.au     www.flinders.edu.au/people/iain.hay

 

Vice-President, International Geographical Union

Editor-in-Chief, Geographical Research