Volume 15, Issue 2

Substantive Articles:


Wouter Grove, Jacqueline Ann Goldin, Johan Breytenbach, and Carolina Suransky - Taking togetherness apart: From digital footprints to geno-digital spores


Cletus Famous Nwankwo and Romanus U. Ayadiuno - Landscape memories of land struggles in plateaus of two Nsukka villages in Nigeria


Thomas P. Narins and John Agnew - Veiled futures? Debt burdens, the Belt Road Initiative, and official Chinese lending after coronavirus


Contentions:


Susan Chiblow and Paul J. Meighan - Language is land, land is language: The importance of Indigenous languages


Paramjit Singh - Neoliberal capitalism and misery of small peasantry and agricultural labourers in India


Tom Brass - Marxism, methods, and hen’s teeth


Ivana Bevilacqua - E-scaping apartheid: Digital ventures of Zionist settler colonialism


Book Reviews:


Lindsey Dillon - From the inside out: The fight for environmental justice within government agencies - Jill Harrison


Jonathan Spencer Esmonde - Advanced Introduction to Marxism and Human Geography - Kevin R. Cox


Alexander Dunlap - Extractivisms, Existences, and Extinctions: Monoculture Plantations and Amazon Deforestation - Markus Kröger


Leah Montange - A review of The shadow of El Centro: A history of migrant incarceration and solidarity - Jessica Ordaz

Volume 15, Issue 1 (Special Issue: Marxist Geography)

Guest Editor: Richard Peet

Editorial:

Richard Peet - Thinking geographically as a Marxist

Substantive Articles:

Gunnar Olsson - Notes from the dome

David Harvey - Reflections on an academic life

Fernando González - Marxism as a tool for uncovering hegemonic discourses on nature

Raju J Das - What is Marxist geography today, or what is left of Marxist geography?

Waquar Ahmed - Marxist geography: A personal journey

Noel Castree - Marxism and the logics of dis/integration

Kevin R Cox - The long and winding road

Camilla Royle - Thinking as an Engelsian

Michael Webber - Marx as a guide for a critical geographer

Jayson J Funke - Debunking the system: The rigging of the geofinancial power network

Ipsita Chatterjee - Marx lies within

Sagie Narsiah - Marx and the mirage of change: Notes from South Africa

Jim Glassman - Many Marxisms

Patrick Bond - Capitalist crisis and uneven development applied in Southern Africa

Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro - Biophysical questions: Relating Marxism to physical geography

Andrew Herod - Adventures with Marx

Alistair Fraser - Basslines, brains, bits, bytes, and burgers: Working with, and within the limits to, Marxism

Sarah Glynn - Marx and Me

Volume 14, Issue 3 (Special Issue: Spaces of Palestine solidarity)

Guest Editor: Robert Ross

Editorial:

Robert Ross - Introduction: Spaces of Palestine solidarity

Substantive Articles:

Anna Bernard - You start where you are: Literary spaces of Palestine solidarity

Ghazi-Walid Falah - The (Im)possibility of Achieving a Peaceful Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Scott Webster - The 'Palestine poster' and everyday memoricide: Making killing memory mundane

Ramah Awad - BDS as the baseline of solidarity: toward a model of co-struggling with Palestinians in their movement for justice and liberation

Sunaina Maira - The academic boycott movement: A reflection on cross-border solidarity and lockdown

Haidar Eid - Futuristic vision for Palestine

Stefan Peter Norgaard - Modernization through capitalization: The hidden costs of Ethiopias Gibe III Dam and NESTown initiative

Gezahegn Abebe - Debate on the linkages between large-scale agriculture and farmers food security: Examples from Ethiopia

Volume 14, Issue 2 (Special Issue: Friedrich Engels and Geography)

Guest Editor: Camilla Royle

Editorial:

Camilla Royle - Introduction: Friedrich Engels and geography

Substantive Articles:

Baruc Jiménez Contreras - Engels, humanism and revolutionary praxis:The centrality of the dynamic analysis of historical materialism and its inherent relation to overcoming capitalist alienation

Sheila Margaret McGregor - Engels on women, the family, class and gender

Joe Pateman - Friedrich Engels on state socialism

Tanya Chaudhary - Engels’ ‘proletarisation’ and ‘great towns’ vis-à-vis dispossession, and gendered work in an informal economy

F.T.C. Manning - The Housing Question, ground rent theory, and differentiation vs. Homogenization

Prachi Metawala, Kathrin Golda-Pongratz, and Clara Irazábal - Revisiting Engels’ ‘housing question’:Work and housing conditions of immigrant platform delivery riders in Barcelona

Thomas Jellis and Joe Gerlach - An untimely geographer: Friedrich Engels, ideas and geography in Oxford

Mark Justin Rainey and Steve Hanson - The double return of Friedrich Engels:Towards a dialectics of the trace

Terrell Carver - Afterword: Reprise and reflection

Opinions:

Constantinos Alexiou - Covid-19, capitalism and political elites:The real threat to humanity

Maurilio Pirone - Pandemic transition:Techno-politics and social reproduction struggles

Bosman Batubara - Swyngedouw’s puzzle: Surplus-value production in socionature

Collin L. Chambers - Historical materialism, social change, and the necessity of revolutionary optimism

Joseph Mensah and David Firang - Dialectics to the rescue: Critical insights into Africa’s (under)development

Book Reviews:

Andrew Herod - Spatial Histories of Radical Geography: North America and Beyond

Devran Koray Öcal - Anthropocene Geopolitics: Globalization, Security, Sustainability

Guy Crawford - The Frontier Effect: State Formation and Violence in Colombia

Volume 14, Issue 1

Obituary:

Richard Peet, Ipsita Chatterjee, and Paul Susman - Farewell Phil O’Keefe

Substantive Articles:

Kevin Cox - Massey, Marx, and human geography: disjunctures and provocations

John Agnew - Immanuel Wallerstein, the “modern world-system,” and radical human geography

Levi Van Sant, Dean Hardy, and Bryan Nuse - Conserving what? Conservation easements and environmental justice in the coastal US South

Ilia Farahani and Shadi Yousefi - Public housing, intersectoral competition, and urban ground rent: Iran’s first public housing program that never was

Howard Stein, Samantha Cunningham, and Pádraig Carmody - The rise of “behavioral man”: Randomized controlled trials and the “new” development agenda

Shantanu De Roy and C. Saratchand - Covid-19 and some contours of India’s ongoing agrarian crisis

Halley L. Glier, Emma Gregory, Temperance Staples, Megan Martínez, Anita Fábos, S.E.D. Mitchell, and Timothy J. Downs - Understanding stakeholder positionalities and relationships to reimagine asylum at the US–Mexico border: Observations from McAllen, TX

Alistair Fraser - Ghosts in the vending machine: Expressing corporate power in Ireland’s food and drinks industry via the territorialization of selective openness

Symposium on Capitalism and the Pandemic (Part II):

Danny Dorling - Everything, almost everywhere, is slowing down

Sandeep Kandikuppa and Pallavi Gupta - Capitalist agriculture and the creation of the circular migrant: Understanding COVID-19’s impact on internal migrants in India

Alfredo Saad-Filho - Endgame: from crisis in neoliberalism to crises of neoliberalism

Mizhar Mikati - Socio-ecological contradictions and the future of food

Book Reviews:

Stephen Muecke - A review of Connecting people, place and design by Angelique Edmonds

Richard Vogt - The problem of collective memory for a 21st-century European Union

Richard Kirk - The anti-capitalist chronicles

Jason Luger - Routledge Handbook of Street Culture

Visual Intervention:

Clayton Rosati - Mob Rule in Shadow and Light

Erratum:

Understanding stakeholder positionalities and relationships to reimagine asylum at the US–Mexico border: Observations from McAllen, TX