Geographical Research

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Edited By: Iain Hay, Brian Finlayson, Amanda Davies, Wayne Stephenson

Impact Factor: 1.206

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 31/76 (Geography)

Online ISSN: 1745-5871

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Celebrating 50 years of Geographical Research

Celebrating 50 years

To mark the 50th anniversary of Geographical Research, a commemorative volume was published throughout 2012, with contributions by distinguished geographers from Australia and worldwide. You can read the results of this hallmark event in Australian geographical research publication online now.

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Geographical Research special issue: Bodies in place, bodies displaced

The aim of this special issue is to contribute to broadening the scope of geography's engagement with the question of embodiment and the expansion of 'embodied knowledges' into the field of affect. You can read all these articles online now:

Editorial: Bodies in Place, Bodies Displaced
Scott Sharpe and Andrew Gorman-Murray

Habit Displaced: The Disruption of Skilful Performance
David Bissell

The Requirement of Having a Body
Michelle Duffy

Urban Homebodies: Embodiment, Masculinity, and Domesticity in Inner Sydney
Andrew Gorman-Murray

Researching Transport Choices: The Possibilities of 'Mobile Methodologies' to Study Life-on-the-Move
Theresa Harada and Gordon Waitt

Reinscribing and Inhabiting the City: Young Women Students from Asia Make Melbourne Home
Michele Lobo

LGBT Homemaking in London, UK: The Embodiment of Mobile Homemaking Imaginaries
Brent Pilkey

The Aesthetics of Urban Movement: Habits, Mobility, and Resistance
Scott Sharpe

Worshipping Bodies: Affective Labour in the Hillsong Church
Matthew Wade and Maria Hynes