Social and Cultural Geographical Methods
Social and Cultural Geography
Twenty years on from the inaugural issue of Social and Cultural Geography we want to celebrate the journal’s importance in fostering a rich array of research exploring diverse disabling and enabling geographies.
Social and cultural geographers are drawn to exploring common worlds performed through a range of methods that materialise encounters and entangle multiple body-space-times. This virtual special issue highlights and celebrates the varied and innovative methodologically-focused work found in the pages of Social & Cultural Geography over the past twenty years. The articles featured here open new understandings of - and questions about - the spatiality of social and cultural life, using method to interrogate the given, pluralize our modes of knowing, unsettle invidious binaries, and make space for alternative geographies. Taken together, they inspire the guest editors to call for ‘refreshing methods’ that push the epistemological, ethical, and performative possibilities of social and cultural geography even further.
Below you will find articles on the topic of Social and Cultural Geographical Methods which are free to access via this page only until 31 December 2019.