Maan Barua, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford In December 2011, a pair … More
Kate Whiston, University of Nottingham It’s that time of year again; the decorations are up, Michael Bublé is on repeat, … More
by Thomas Birtchnell Slogans from the past can in some special cases carry through to the present. Some slogans even … More
by Josh Lepawsky and Charles Mather The authors: Josh Lepawsky is Associate Professor and Charles Mather is Head of Department … More
In the week that Apple became the worlds most valuable hi-tech company, the organisation has faced criticism for the working conditions of production line workers in China. This article looks at the work in Geography around commodification and globalisation and reflects on the inequality that these processes can bring.