Institute of Human Geography
The Institute of Human Geography (IHG) is a non-profit charitable foundation. The mission of the Institute is to produce, promote, and fund critical scholarship that falls broadly within the category of human geography. All excess funds generated through our projects, including Human Geography (the journal) and Radical Geography (book series) are in turn expended annually as Research Grants. No IHG board members, including journal and book editors, receives a stipend, salary, or wage from the Institute. All decisions on grant funding are made collectively by the members of the IHG board and the editors. Our ethos is: those who do the work, make the decisions. We call it "institutional socialism".
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Human Geography - Current Issue
The third issue of 2023 (16:3, November) of Human Geography is out! Enjoy Substantive Articles by Stefano Bloch, Thomas Brasdefer, Erin Flanagan, Dennis Raphael, Conchúr Ó Maonaigh, Andrew S. Mitchell, Daniel Kerr, John Rowlatt, Subhes Bhattacharyya and Erica Zurawski. Contentions were written by Azam Khatam, John Agnew, Nathalia Hernández Vidal, Miguel Gualdrón Ramírez, Noura Erakat, Mohammad Mohibul Haque and Nousheen Baba Khan. Review was contributed by David Wilson, Arnisson Andre C. Ortega and F.T.C. Manning. Visual Intervention was provided by Jamal Nabulsi.
We look forward to your submissions for the journal. Contact any of our editors to get started!
Call for Papers - Human Geography Special Issue
The Pluriverse of Transitions: Towards Anti-colonial and Insurrectional Energy Transformations
POLLEN 2024 (June 11-13) and Special Issue.
Organizers: Carlos Tornel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Department of Geography, Durham University, UK and Alexander Dunlap (email@example.com), Boston University, USA & University of Helsinki, Finland.
More details here.
Human Geography Publication Awards
The Institute of Human Geography announces the Human Geography Publication Awards for articles, reviews and contention pieces published in the journal Human Geography.
Awards will be given for:
Best Paper (substantive article, $400 plus citation)
Best Paper by Early Career Academic (substantive article by graduate student or assistant professor, $200 plus citation)
Best Review ($200 plus citation)
Best Contention ($200 plus citation)
The winning authors will be announced around April each year. The first set of awards will be given out in April, 2024 based on the pieces published in Human Geography during the year 2023. Editors and editorial board members are not eligible for these awards.