This volume traces the complexity of social geography in both its historical and present contexts, whilst challenging readers to reflect critically on the tensions that run through social geographic thought.
- Organized to provide a new set of conceptual lenses through which social geographies can be discussed
- Presents an original intervention into the debates about social geography
- Highlights the importance of social geography within the broader field of geography
Keywords: inequality, geographic thought, human geography, gender, race, geopolitics, marginalization, transnationalism