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Volume 39, issue 2, 2021

Introducing Minor Revisions, a podcast from Politics & Space pp. 229-230 Downloads
Eugene McCann
Rethinking urban environmental and infrastructural governance in the everyday: Perspectives from and of the global South pp. 231-246 Downloads
Yaffa Truelove and Natasha Cornea
Everyday states and water infrastructure: Insights from a small secondary city in Africa, Bafatá in Guinea-Bissau pp. 247-264 Downloads
Susana Neves Alves
Negotiating networked infrastructural inequalities: Governance, electricity access, and space in Rio de Janeiro pp. 265-281 Downloads
Francesca Pilo'
Who is the state? Infrastructural power and everyday water governance in Delhi pp. 282-299 Downloads
Yaffa Truelove
Everyday practices in the production of uneven water pricing regimes in Lilongwe, Malawi pp. 300-317 Downloads
Lejla H Pihljak, Maria Rusca, Cecilia Alda-Vidal and Klaas Schwartz
Pipe dreams? Practices of everyday governance of heterogeneous configurations of water supply in Baruipur, a small town in India pp. 318-335 Downloads
Ratoola Kundu and Suchismita Chatterjee
Transformative top-down planning in a small African city: How residents in Bagamoyo, Tanzania connect with a city in motion pp. 336-353 Downloads
Seth Schindler, Nancy Duong Nguyen and Desdery Gerase Barongo
Hacking the pipes: Hydro-political currents in a Nairobi housing estate pp. 354-370 Downloads
Sophie Schramm and Basil Ibrahim
Hybrid contractual landscapes of governance: Generation of fragmented regimes of public accountability through urban regeneration pp. 371-392 Downloads
Tuna TaÅŸan-Kok, Rob Atkinson and Maria Lucia Refinetti Martins
Fragmentation, commodification and responsibilisation in the governing of flood risk mitigation in Sweden pp. 393-413 Downloads
Per Becker
From right to good, and to asset: The state-led financialisation of the social rented housing in Italy pp. 414-433 Downloads
Emanuele Belotti and Sonia Arbaci

Volume 39, issue 1, 2021

Sexual(ities that) progress: Introduction pp. 3-10 Downloads
Kath Browne, Jason Lim, Joseph Hall and Nick McGlynn
The progressive Orient: Gay tourism to Tel Aviv and Israeli ethnicities pp. 11-29 Downloads
Gilly Hartal and Orna Sasson-Levy
The limits of legislative change: Moving beyond inclusion/exclusion to create ‘a life worth living’ pp. 30-52 Downloads
Kath Browne, Niharika Banerjea, Nick McGlynn, Leela Bakshi, Sumita Beethi and Ranjita Biswas
Permissible progress: Sexual(ities that) progress in and beyond English primary schools pp. 53-73 Downloads
Joseph J Hall
Resisting the mainstreaming of LGBT equalities in Canadian and British Schools: Sex education and trans school friends pp. 74-93 Downloads
Catherine J Nash and Kath Browne
Popular geopolitics ‘beyond the screen’: Bringing Modern Warfare to the city pp. 94-113 Downloads
Daniel Bos
Acquiescence in the face of dispossession in the Mahindra World City Special Economic Zone, Tamil Nadu, India pp. 114-131 Downloads
Nidhi Subramanyam and Neema Kudva
Unrooted responses: Addressing violence against environmental and land defenders pp. 132-151 Downloads
Hollie Grant and Philippe Le Billon
The popular sovereignty continuum: Civil and political society in contemporary South Africa pp. 152-167 Downloads
Brandon M Finn
Invasion and colonization: Islamophobia and anti-refugee sentiment in West Virginia pp. 168-183 Downloads
Cynthia S Gorman and Karen Culcasi
The big bang of neoliberal urbanism: The Gigantomachy of Santiago’s urban development pp. 184-203 Downloads
Francisco Vergara-Perucich and Camillo Boano
Political dynamics of local government reform in a development context: The case of Turkey pp. 204-225 Downloads
Osman SavaÅŸkan

Volume 38, issue 7-8, 2020

Feminist political geographies: Critical reflections, new directions pp. 1149-1159 Downloads
Caroline Faria, Vanessa A Massaro and Jill M Williams
The domestic geopolitics of racial capitalism pp. 1160-1179 Downloads
Pavithra Vasudevan and Sara Smith
Misfit medicine and queer geographies: The diverse economy and politics of cannabis in carceral Los Angeles pp. 1180-1197 Downloads
Robert Chlala
Affecting migration: Public information campaigns and the intimate spatialities of border enforcement pp. 1198-1215 Downloads
Jill M Williams
Relocating the “inmateâ€: Tracing the geographies of social reproduction in correctional supervision pp. 1216-1236 Downloads
Vanessa A Massaro
Affective geopolitics: Anxiety, pain, and ethics in the encounter with Syrian refugees in Turkey pp. 1237-1255 Downloads
Banu Gökarıksel and Anna J Secor
Killing the joy, feeling the cruelty: Feminist geographies of nationalism in Azerbaijan pp. 1256-1274 Downloads
Elisabeth Militz
Gowns, globalization, and “global intimate mappingâ€: Geovisualizing Uganda’s wedding industry pp. 1275-1290 Downloads
Dominica K Whitesell and Caroline V Faria
It’s a small, small, small world: The Icesave dispute and global orders of difference pp. 1291-1307 Downloads
Jess Bier
Producing a Chinese hydrosocial territory: A river of clean water flows north from Danjiangkou pp. 1308-1327 Downloads
Sarah Rogers and Mark Wang
Decision-making processes for public memorials in Seoul: How well do they reflect and contribute to South Korea’s democracy? pp. 1328-1347 Downloads
Quentin Stevens
Waste and postsocialism in Estonia: Becoming European through the management of rubbish pp. 1348-1366 Downloads
Francisco Martínez and Kaia Beilmann
Performing legitimacy in neighbourhood planning: Conflicting identities and hybrid governance pp. 1367-1385 Downloads
Andy Yuille
Fostering place-based coalitions between social movements and science for sustainable urban environments: A case of embedded agency pp. 1386-1411 Downloads
Matias Ramirez, Javier Hernando Garcia Estevez, Oscar Yandy Romero Goyeneche and Claudia E Obando Rodriguez
Spectacle, tourism and the performance of everyday geopolitics pp. 1412-1428 Downloads
Jacob C Miller and Vincent Del Casino
Embodying the nation, representing the state: Performativity of police work in the Franco-Romanian bilateral agreement pp. 1429-1446 Downloads
Ioana Vrăbiescu
Representation and power – Discursive constructions of stakeholder positions in regional place marketing collaboration pp. 1447-1464 Downloads
Juha Halme
Blue bioeconomy localities at the margins: Reconnecting Norwegian seaweed farming and Finnish small-scale lake fisheries with blue policies pp. 1465-1483 Downloads
Moritz Albrecht and Jani Lukkarinen

Volume 38, issue 6, 2020

Thinking beyond success and failure: Dutch water expertise and friction in postcolonial Jakarta pp. 961-979 Downloads
Emma Colven
Scripting Indian and Chinese urban spatial transformation: Adding new narratives to gentrification and suburbanisation research pp. 980-997 Downloads
Fulong Wu
Everyday invasions: Fuckland, geopolitics, and the (re)production of insecurity in the Falkland Islands pp. 998-1016 Downloads
Matthew C Benwell and Alasdair Pinkerton
Tracing modes of politics at the United Nations: Spatial scripting, intimidation and subversion at the Forum on Minority Issues pp. 1017-1035 Downloads
Fiona McConnell
Spaces of regional governance: A periodisation approach pp. 1036-1054 Downloads
Jacob Salder
Politics of smell: Constructing animal waste governmentality and good farming subjectivities in colonial Hong Kong pp. 1055-1074 Downloads
Kin Wing (Ray) Chan
Staging Israel/Palestine: The geopolitical imaginaries of international tourism pp. 1075-1090 Downloads
Connie Yang
Reclaiming authenticity: The spaces and scales of national sincerity pp. 1091-1107 Downloads
Rhys Jones and Elin Royles
Irregular migration, borders, and the moral geographies of migration management pp. 1108-1127 Downloads
Josh Watkins
Bordering through recalibration: Exploring the temporality of the German “Ausbildungsduldung†pp. 1128-1145 Downloads
Kari Anne Drangsland

Volume 38, issue 5, 2020

Fenced In pp. 771-794 Downloads
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Introduction: Research agendas raised by the Belt and Road Initiative pp. 795-802 Downloads
James D Sidaway, Simon C Rowedder, Chih Yuan Woon, Weiqiang Lin and Vatthana Pholsena
Albert Herrmann: A missing link in establishing the Silk Road as a concept for Trans-Eurasian networks of trade pp. 803-808 Downloads
HÃ¥kan Wahlquist
Negotiating the boundaries of China’s Belt and Road Initiative pp. 809-813 Downloads
Tim Summers
Belts and roads every- and nowhere: Conceptualizing infrastructural corridorization in the Indian Ocean pp. 815-819 Downloads
Henryk Alff
Intensity, infrastructure, aquatectonics pp. 820-825 Downloads
Andrew M Carruthers
Navigating Sino-Thai ‘rocky’ bilateral ties: The geopolitics of riverine trade in the Greater Mekong Subregion pp. 826-833 Downloads
Shaun Lin and Carl Grundy-Warr
The Belt and Road as political technology: Power and economy in Pakistan and Tajikistan pp. 834-839 Downloads
Hasan H Karrar and Till Mostowlansky
Roads to China and infrastructural relations in Nepal pp. 840-847 Downloads
Galen Murton
Complicating notions of violence: An embodied view of violence against women in Honduras pp. 848-865 Downloads
Maaret Jokela-Pansini
Responsibility as a field: The circular economy of water, waste, and energy pp. 866-884 Downloads
Federico Savini and Mendel Giezen
Deterritorialising the Jungle: Understanding the Calais camp through its orderings pp. 885-901 Downloads
Francesca Ansaloni
The role of power in community participation: Relocation as climate change adaptation in Fiji pp. 902-919 Downloads
Amanda Bertana
Schooling from the classroom to the state: Understanding schools as geopolitical sites pp. 920-937 Downloads
Christopher Lizotte and Nicole Nguyen
Sindh in Karachi: A topography of separateness, connectivity, and juxtaposition pp. 938-957 Downloads
Nichola Khan

Volume 38, issue 4, 2020

The spaces and politics of affective nationalism pp. 579-579 Downloads
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Introduction pp. 580-582 Downloads
Marco Antonsich and Michael Skey
National potential: Affect, possibility and the nation-in-progress pp. 582-584 Downloads
Shanti Sumartojo
National movements pp. 585-586 Downloads
Peter Merriman
A hot afternoon pp. 586-589 Downloads
Angharad Closs Stephens
Affective nationalisms and race pp. 589-591 Downloads
Divya P Tolia-Kelly
Detachment, disaffection, and other ambivalent affects pp. 591-598 Downloads
Helen F Wilson and Ben Anderson
Engaging political histories of urban uprisings with young people: The Liverpool riots, 1981 and 2011 pp. 599-618 Downloads
Matthew C Benwell, Andrew Davies, Bethan Evans and Catherine Wilkinson
Democratic decentralization, microcredit, and the workings of local government in rural India pp. 619-635 Downloads
Dolly Daftary
The politics of stuckness: Waiting lives in mobile worlds pp. 636-655 Downloads
Elizabeth Straughan, David Bissell and Andrew Gorman-Murray
Anxieties of an emerging donor: The Korean development experience and the politics of international development cooperation pp. 656-673 Downloads
Jamie Doucette
‘God was a rotten plumber’: Common sense, moral economy and ‘financing water for all’ pp. 674-692 Downloads
Johanna Wadsley
Leaving no one behind? The influence of civil society participation on the Sustainable Development Goals pp. 693-712 Downloads
Carole-Anne Sénit
‘The object is to change the heart and soul’: Financial incentives, planning and opposition to new housebuilding in England pp. 713-732 Downloads
Andy Inch, Richard Dunning, Aidan While, Hannah Hickman and Sarah Payne
Making the subsurface political: How enhanced oil recovery techniques reshaped the energy transition pp. 733-750 Downloads
Sébastien Chailleux
Towards just production of tourism space via dialogical everyday politics in destination communities pp. 751-767 Downloads
Outi Kulusjärvi

Volume 38, issue 3, 2020

Laughing at power: Humor, transgression, and the politics of refusal in Palestine pp. 387-404 Downloads
Lisa Bhungalia
Politics of recognition in between antagonism and agonism: Exploring ‘mediated agonism’ in Jaffa pp. 405-422 Downloads
Ronnen Ben-Arie and Tovi Fenster
Focalizing new-Fascism: Right politics and integralisms in contemporary Italy pp. 423-442 Downloads
Luiza Bialasiewicz and Sabrina Stallone
The Protean Environmental State in Dongguan: Reconceptualising the local state and ecological development in China pp. 443-463 Downloads
Andrew Flynn and Li Yu
Metropolitan and rural areas fighting for the control of electricity networks in France. A local geopolitics approach to energy transition pp. 464-483 Downloads
François-Mathieu Poupeau
Deregulation as socio-spatial transformation: Dimensions and consequences of shifting governmentalities in the Danish construction industry pp. 484-502 Downloads
Stefan Christoffer Gottlieb and Nicolaj Frederiksen
Mobilizing a fast policy fix: Exploring the translation of 10-year plans to end homelessness in Alberta, Canada pp. 503-521 Downloads
Joshua Evans and Jeffrey R Masuda
Extreme municipal fiscal stress and austerity? A case study of fiscal reform after Chapter 9 bankruptcy pp. 522-538 Downloads
Mark Davidson
Governing the noisy sphere: Geographies of noise regulation in the US pp. 539-556 Downloads
Key MacFarlane
International Migration and Gentrification: Territorial Exclusion at National and Urban Scales pp. 557-576 Downloads
Darshan Vigneswaran

Volume 38, issue 2, 2020

Struggles over property in the ‘post-political’ era: Notes on the political from Rome and Dublin pp. 195-213 Downloads
Cesare Di Feliciantonio and Cian O’Callaghan
Questioning post-political perspectives on the psychological state: Behavioural public policy in the Netherlands pp. 214-232 Downloads
Mark Whitehead, Rhys Jones and Jessica Pykett
‘Burn it down!’: Materialising intersectional solidarities in the architecture of the South African Embassy during the London Poll Tax Riot, March 1990 pp. 233-250 Downloads
Gavin Brown
Towards a constructive critical geopolitics – Inspirations from the Frankfurt School of critical theory pp. 251-268 Downloads
Veit Bachmann and Sami Moisio
The political institutionalization of the social economy in Ecuador: Indigeneity and institutional logics pp. 269-289 Downloads
Sara Calvo, Stephen Syrett and Andres Morales
Assessing states: Water service delivery and evolving state–society relations in Accra, Ghana and Cape Town, South Africa pp. 290-311 Downloads
Leila M Harris
Territorialising control in urban West Bengal: Social clubs and everyday governance in the spaces between state and party pp. 312-328 Downloads
Natasha Cornea
Small horse pulls big cart in the scalar struggles of competing administrations in Anhui Province, China pp. 329-346 Downloads
Yanpeng Jiang and Paul Waley
What difference does democratic local governance make? Guggenheim museum initiatives in Abu Dhabi and Helsinki pp. 347-365 Downloads
Davide Ponzini, Sampo Ruoppila and Zachary M Jones
Introducing business regions in Denmark: The ‘businessification’ of strategic spatial planning? pp. 366-383 Downloads
Kristian Olesen and Carsten J Hansen

Volume 38, issue 1, 2020

Governing migrant mobility through mobility: Containment and dispersal at the internal frontiers of Europe pp. 3-19 Downloads
Martina Tazzioli
The politics of development and humanitarianism in EU externalization: Managing migration in Ukraine pp. 20-39 Downloads
Austin Crane
Doing activism like a state: Progressive municipal government, Israel/Palestine and BDS pp. 40-59 Downloads
Davina Cooper and Didi Herman
Consultants as intermediaries: Their perceptions on citizen involvement in urban development pp. 60-78 Downloads
Stapper Ew, M Van der Veen and Janssen-Jansen Lb
Understanding project mobility: The movement of King’s Cross to Brussels and Johannesburg pp. 79-96 Downloads
Frances Brill and Veronica Conte
Planning by (mis)rule of laws: The idiom and dilemma of planning within Ghana’s dual legal land systems pp. 97-115 Downloads
Emmanuel Frimpong Boamah and Clifford Amoako
Caught in the middle? Creating and contesting intermediary spaces in low-carbon transitions pp. 116-133 Downloads
Bregje van Veelen
Who should be governed to reduce deforestation and how? Multiple governmentalities at the REDD+ negotiations pp. 134-152 Downloads
Mattias Hjort
The neoliberal policy experimentation on carbon emission trading in China pp. 153-173 Downloads
Alex Y Lo, Kang Chen, Anna Ka-yin Lee and Lindsay Qianqing Mai
The biopolitics of carbon accounting in Indonesia’s forests pp. 174-192 Downloads
Henry J Boer
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