This series is a forum for innovative scholarly writing from across all substantive fields of human geography. The series aims to enrich the study of human geography by promoting a cutting-edge approach to geographical thought and analysis. Academic scrutiny and challenge is an essential component in the development of human geography as a field of study, and the act of re-thinking and re-examining principles and precepts that may have been long-held is imperative.
Rethinking Human Geography showcases authored books that address the field from a new angle, expose the weaknesses of existing concepts and arguments, or 're-frame' the topic in some way. This might be through the introduction of radical ideas, through the integration of perspectives from other fields or even disciplines, through challenging existing paradigms, or simply through a level of analysis that elevates or sharpens our understanding of a subject.