SAGE are attending the 2017 AAG annual conference in Boston - pop by our booth (#323) to find out more about our books and journals as well as our video products and more.
Several of our journals will be hosting lectures throughout the conference, see below for more details.
Chair: Anna J. Secor, University of Kentucky
Panelists: Ishan Ashutosh, Indiana University, Eugene McCann, Simon Fraser University, Patricia Daley, Jesus College, Univeristy of Oxford and Cristina Temenos, University of Manchester
As part of the 50th anniversary of the Environment & Planning suite of journals, Environment & Planning C is being radically re-conceptualized and re-named Politics + Space. This session will be a launch event with leading scholars, journal editors, editorial board members, and publisher.
Date: Thursday 6th April, 7:10 pm - 8:10 pm, Room 310, Hynes, Third Level
Chair: Natalie Oswin, McGill University
Authors: Geraldine J. Pratt, University Of British Columbia and Caleb Johnston, Newcastle University
As ethnography of performance and performative ethnography, Geraldine Pratt follows her collaborative research with Caleb Johnston on Filipino migrant workers as it has traveled in the form of a testimonial play.
Date: Thursday 6th April, 3:20 pm - 5:00 pm, Room 312, Hynes, Third Level
Chair: John Wylie, University of Exeter
Author: Matthew W. Wilson, University of Kentucky
This year's cultural geographies (SAGE) Annual Lecture will be delivered by Prof. Matthew W. Wilson (University of Kentucky: 'On being technopositional in digital geographies'.
Date: Friday 7th April, 5:20 pm - 7:00 pm, Room 111, Hynes, Plaza Level
Chair: Pauline McGuirk, University of Wollongong
Introducing: Noel Castree, University of Manchester
Author: Helga Leitner, University of California, Los Angeles
In cities across the globe inequalities in wealth and access to resources. Countering such increasing socio-economic inequalities and cultural injustices associated with neoliberal urbanism, critical urban scholars and political philosophers have put forth alternative conceptions of the city and urban life. In this lecture I interrogate the academic versions of commoning and egalitarian spaces, but also put them in conversation with on-the-ground struggles for a more socially and ecologically just urbanism.
Date: Saturday 8th April, 3:20 pm - 5:00 pm in Room 304, Hynes, Third Level
We are offering free access to some of our newest and most exciting research.
Authors: Jamie Peck
Authors: Jamie Peck
Winner of the Profession Geography Award of the Energy and Environment Speciality Group of the American Association of Geographers
Authors: Mónica Salas Landa
Authors: Michael Batty
Authors: Patricia Daley, Eugene McCann, Alison Mountz and Joe Painter
Authors: Teresa PR Caldeira
Authors: David Satterthwaite
Authors: Phillip Vannini and Lindsay M Stewart
Authors: Joanne Hawkins
Authors: Kendra Strauss
Authors: Karen Anderson
Authors: Owen Gaffney and Will Steffen
Find out more about our books offerings – these will be available for purchase or on inspection at our booth.
Author: David Abernathy
Covering context, concepts, and theories, as well as the practice of how to capture and visualize geodata, this full-colour text introduces readers to the Geoweb and how best to incorporate location-based data into research.
Authors: Rob Kitchin, Tracey P. Lauriault and Matthew W. Wilson
Leading international scholars are brought together to present readers with an exploration into the full diversity of the field of spatial media including technologies, spatial data, and their social, economic and political consequences.
Author: Kimberley Peters
A concise, flexible and wonderfully written textbook which supports undergraduate geography students throughout the stressful dissertation process. Divided into three sections - Designing, Doing and Delivering – it is a complete overview of the key skills needed to prepare, research, and write a successful dissertation.
Authors: Luke Sloan and Anabel Quan-Haase
With coverage of the entire research process in social media, data collection and analysis on specific platforms, and innovative developments in the field, this handbook is the ultimate resource for those looking to tackle the challenges that come with doing research in this sphere.
Author: Mike Hulme
In Weathered: Cultures of Climate, distinguished professor Mike Hulme opens up the many ways in which the idea of climate is given shape and meaning in different human cultures – how climates are historicized, known, changed, lived with, blamed, feared, represented, predicted, governed and, at least putatively, re-designed.
Author: Gillian Rose
Now in its Fourth Edition, Visual Methodologies: An Introduction to Researching with Visual Materials is a bestselling critical guide to the study and analysis of visual culture.