New Zealand Geographer
© 2014 The New Zealand Geographical Society Inc.
Edited By: Etienne Nel, Nicholas Lewis, Sean Fitzsimons and Janine Wiles
Impact Factor: 0.526
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 59/76 (Geography)
Online ISSN: 1745-7939
Recently Published Issues
The articles in this special issue on geographies of sexuality and gender Down Under are located within both lineages of Australasian geographical scholarship on sexuality and gender and key themes of sexual and gender geographies globally. You can read the entire special issue online now.
In honour of Emeritus Professor Kenneth Cumberland, who passed away in Auckland in 2011 aged 97, the Editors of New Zealand Geographer have curated a special online collection of Professor Cumberland’s work, bringing together papers published in the journal over a 63-year period from 1945–2007.
You can also read these other New Zealand Geographer virtual issues online:
Read top articles
Read the top New Zealand Geographer articles online:
Globalising New Zealand: Fonterra Co-operative Group, and shaping the future
Stuart Gray and Richard Le Heron
Wellbeing, health and geography: A critical review and research agenda
Sebastien Fleuret and Sarah Atkinson
Latest special issue
The term 'biological economies' describes the ways in which value is generated within relations among products, people, places, animals and plants. The central question that the research in this special issue addresses is how new values are being (and might be) created out of biological economies.
Assembling biological economies: Region-shaping initiatives in making and retaining value
Nick Lewis, Richard Le Heron, Hugh Campbell, Matthew Henry, Erena Le Heron, Eric Pawson, Harvey Perkins, Michael Roche and Christopher Rosin
Valuing lively materialities: Bio-economic assembling in the making of new meat futures
Matthew Henry and Michael Roche
Worlds of wool: Recreating value off the sheep's back
Eric Pawson and Harvey Perkins
Wine economy as open assemblage: Thinking beyond sector and region
Erena Le Heron, Richard Le Heron and Nick Lewis
Using provenance to create stability: State-led territorialisation of Central Otago as assemblage
Christopher Rosin, Angga Dwiartama, Darryl Grant and Debbie Hopkins
Epilogue: Emergent (re-)assemblings of biological economies
Nick Lewis and Christopher Rosin
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About the journal
For over 50 years New Zealand Geographer has been the internationally refereed journal of the New Zealand Geographical Society. The Society represents professional geographers in academic, school, business, government, community and other spheres in New Zealand and the South Pacific. The journal publishes:
• academic papers on aspects of the physical, human and environmental geographies, and landscapes, of its region
• commentaries and debates
• discussions of educational questions and scholarship of concern to geographers
• short interventions and assessments of topical matters of interest to university and high school teachers, and
• book reviews.
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