By Alexander Leo Phillips On Tuesday 28th September Yuri Luzhkov was sacked after 18 years as Moscow’s mayor. Given the … More
Benjamin Sacks The geography of transport is a field scholars traditionally take for granted. Ideas and cultures spread via cars, … More
By Alexander Leo Phillips Public confidence in the banking sector has been significantly shaken over recent years. Given the turmoil … More
By Alexander Leo Phillips Tuesday 13th July marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of Live Aid. The “global jukebox”, devised by Bob … More
by Benjamin Sacks Naomi Bushin and Allen White’s excellent article in the June 2010 issue of Area analyses the critical … 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.
By Matthew Rech Simon Dalby, writing in Geography Compass, provides a compelling argument that prompts us to reconsider our place … More
by paulabowles Today’s papers have focused once more on the key motifs of the conference, that of breaking down borders … More