The October 2016 issue of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space is out now! It contains a forum on ‘area studies and geography’ guest edited by James Sidaway, Elaine Ho, Jonathan Rigg and Chih Yuan Woon, plus five stand-alone articles.
The forum introduction and essays are free to access until October 14. Access to the articles requires subscription.
Forum on ‘Area Studies and Geography’
Area Studies and Geography: Trajectories and Manifesto James D Sidaway, Elaine LE Ho, Jonathan D Rigg, and Chih Yuan Woon 777-790.
Trans-Area Studies and the Perils of Geographical ‘World-Writing’ 791-798
‘After’ Area Studies? Place-based Knowledge for our Time 799-806
Is a “Critical” Area Studies Possible? 807-814
Unthinking the Nation State as Area: Interrogating Japan and Japanese Studies 815-821
Italian Studies, Italian Theory and the Politics of Trans-lation 822-829
Locating Caribbean Studies in Unending Conversation 830-835
The Entanglements of Transnational Feminism and Area Studies 836-842
Feminist Care Ethics, Becoming Area 843-849
The Im/possibilities of Caribbean Area Studies 850-857
Subject to Truth: Before and After Governmentality in Foucault’s 1970s 858-876
The Survival of Non-capitalism 877-894
The Politics of Construction: Towards a Theory of Material Articulations 895-913
Assembling Desires: Synthetic Biology and the Wish to Act at a Distant Time 914-934
Exclusion and Reappropriation: Experiences of Contemporary Enclosure Among Children in Three East Anglian Schools , , , and