© Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)
Edited By: Kavita Datta (co-Editor, Human Geography), Peter Kraftl (co-Editor, Human Geography) and Rob Bryant (co-Editor, Physical and Environmental Geography)
Impact Factor: 1.349
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 32/77 (Geography)
Online ISSN: 1475-4762
The journal's Classics Revisited section refers to classic Area articles and features, original author commentary, as well as short pieces on the article's legacy.
The Society invites you to enjoy the following Classics Revisited sections:
Revisiting Chris Philo’s ‘Not at our Seaside’
Mark Whitehead (Aberystwyth), Chris Philo (University of Glasgow), and Tim Cresswell (Northeastern University, Boston) revisit Chris Philo’s 1987 paper: ‘Not at our seaside’: community opposition to a nineteenth century branch asylum
Jungle law breaks out: neoliberalism and global-local disorder First Classic Revisited in the Series
Jamie Peck (University of British Columbia) and Adam Tickell (University of Birmingham) revisit their 1994 Area paper: Jamie Peck (University of British Columbia) and Adam Tickell (University of Birmingham) revisit their 1994 Area paper:
Jungle law breaks out: neoliberalism and global-local disorder - FREE Online
"Not only is it one of the most cited papers in the journal's history, but it marks a very early attempt by geographers to grapple with something called 'neoliberalism'" Kevin Ward, Editor (Area)
Read more about Classics Revisited and Area Looking Forward in the June editorial.