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FW: Journal of Latin American Geography

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Patricia Noxolo <[log in to unmask]>

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Patricia Noxolo <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear colleagues,

See below.

All the best,
Pat


Dr Patricia Noxolo,

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography

School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences,

University of Birmingham,

Edgbaston,

Birmingham

B15 2TT

UK

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From: A forum for critical and radical geographers [[log in to unmask]] on behalf of Johnny Finn [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 19 September 2018 20:40
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: CFP: Journal of Latin American Geography

Usual apologies for x-posting

Español y portugués a continuación


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Call for Papers
The Journal of Latin American Geography

The Journal of Latin American Geography (JLAG) publishes original geographical and interdisciplinary research on Latin America and the Caribbean, broadly defined. In 2017 JLAG had over 28,000 full-text downloads via Project Muse, and according to Google Scholar metrics, JLAG is the 14th most cited journal in Latin American studies, a ranking that includes journals from all social science and humanities disciplines. In 2016 the journal’s editorial team articulated a vision<http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278> of strengthening the journal’s connection to Latin American scholars, of “broadening the scope of scholarly debates that are included under the rubric of ‘Latin American Geography,’” and of engaging “issues of social and environmental justice, human rights, political agency, and power from critical perspectives.”

With this CFP we renew our call for high quality submissions that reflect this editorial philosophy. First and foremost, JLAG’s primary mission is to publish a broad spectrum of geographical perspectives on and from Latin America. Thus we seek submissions that will enable us to continue publishing cutting edge scholarship on all dimensions of Latin American geography, including but not limited to: geographies of development, land use/land cover change, human-environment interaction, political ecology, and urban, cultural, political, and economic geographies in the region. Second, following JLAG’s recent special issue on critical geographies in Latin America (vol. 16, no. 1<http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/36077>), we aim to expand our engagement with critical geographical scholarship in and on Latin America, and we invite submissions that broadly fall under the rubric of critical geographies. Third, in our 2016 Statement of Purpose (vol. 15, no. 1<http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278>), we wrote that “while JLAG has always collaborated with scholars in Latin America, this is an area where we feel there is room for improvement.” To that end, we actively seek submissions from both Latin American and North American scholars, writing in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, that draw heavily on the rich scholarly debates happening throughout the Latin American academy. Forth, as the Latinx Geographies Specialty Group writes on its website<http://community.aag.org/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=2e6f41bf-00e7-4893-b441-f942cb4aa87e>, “The use of the term Latinx…reflects the articulation of multiple Latina/o identities (also referred to as Latinidades) across nation-state borders, ethnic identities, and beyond gender binaries.” We specifically invite submissions that broadly fall under the rubric of Latinx geographies, noting the need to critically engage with the multi-dimensional and cross-scalar connections between Latin America (traditionally constructed) and Latinx peoples, places, knowledges, interests, and experiences in North America.

Scholars and graduate students from Latin America are especially encouraged to submit manuscripts. Questions can be directed to Johnny Finn ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

Manuscripts should be submitted via JLAG’s online submissions system: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/jlag/

The JLAG Editorial Team:
Chris Gaffney, Editor-in-Chief
Johnny Finn, Associate Editor, incoming Editor-in-Chief
Martha Bell, Associate Editor
Jörn Seemann, Associate Editor
Eric Carter, Book Review Editor



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Convocatoria de Artículos
The Journal of Latin American Geography

El Journal of Latin American Geography (JLAG) publica artículos geográficos e interdisciplinarios originales sobre América Latina y el Caribe, ampliamente definida. En el 2017 JLAG tuvo más de 28,000 descargas de texto completo a través de Project Muse, y según Google Scholar JLAG es la decimocuarta revista más citada en estudios latinoamericanos, una clasificación que incluye revistas de todas las disciplinas de las ciencias sociales y las humanidades. En 2016, el equipo editorial de la revista articuló una visión<http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278> de fortalecer la conexión de la revista con los académicos latinoamericanos, de “extender el alcance de los debates académicos que se incluyen bajo la rúbrica de Geografía de América Latina,’” y de abordar temas “relacionados con la justicia social y ambiental, los derechos humanos, la acción política y el poder desde perspectivas criticas.”

Con este anuncio renovamos nuestra convocatoria de ponencias de alta calidad que reflejen esta filosofía editorial. En primer lugar, la misión principal de JLAG es publicar un amplio espectro de perspectivas geográficas sobre y desde América Latina. Por lo tanto, buscamos publicar artículos que nos a abordar críticamente todas las dimensiones de la geografía latinoamericana, incluyendo entre otras: geografías del desarrollo, cambio de cobertura y uso del suelo, interacción entre los humanos y el medioambiente, ecología política, y las geografías urbanas, culturales, políticas, y económicas en la región. Segundo, siguiendo el reciente número especial de JLAG sobre las geografías críticas en América Latina (vol. 16, n.o 1<http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/36077>), pretendemos expandir nuestro compromiso con la geografía crítica en y sobre América Latina, e invitamos a la propuesta de artículos que se encuentren bajo la rúbrica de la geografía crítica. En tercer lugar, en nuestra declaración de propósito de 2016 (vol. 15, n.o 1<http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278>),reconocimos que “mientras JLAG siempre ha colaborado con los investigadores de América Latina, esta es un área donde sentimos que se puede mejorar.” Con ese propósito, buscamos específicamente artículos de autores e investigadores latinoamericanos y norteamericanos, escritos en inglés, español, o portugués, basados en gran medida en los ricos debates académicos de la literatura académica latinoamericana. En cuarto lugar, como escribe el Latinx Geographies Specialty Group en su sitio web<http://community.aag.org/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=2e6f41bf-00e7-4893-b441-f942cb4aa87e>, "El uso del término Latinx... refleja la articulación de múltiples identidades latinas (también conocidas como latinidades) a través de las fronteras nacionales, las identidades étnicas, y los binarios de género.” Pues específicamente invitamos a enviar artículos que se adhieran a las geografías Latinx, señalando la necesidad de interactuar críticamente con las conexiones multidimensionales y transescalares entre América Latina (tradicionalmente construida) y los pueblos, lugares, conocimientos, intereses, y experiencias Latinx en América del Norte.

Investigadores, profesores, y estudiantes de posgrados de Ámerica Latina están especialmente invitados a entregar manuscritos. Todas las preguntas deben ser dirigidas a Johnny Finn ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

Manuscritos deben ser entregados a través del sistema online de JLAG: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/jlag/

Equipo Editorial de JLAG:
Chris Gaffney, Editor en Jefe
Johnny Finn, Editor Asociado y nuevo Editor en Jefe
Martha Bell, Editor Asocial
Jörn Seemann, Editor Asocial
Eric Carter, Editor de Reseñas de Libros



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Chamada de Artigos
The Journal of Latin American Geography

The Journal of Latin American Geography (JLAG) publica pesquisas geográficas e interdisciplinares originais com foco na América Latina e no Caribe no seu sentido mais amplo. Em 2017, JLAG foi acessado mais do que 28000 vezes para baixar textos completos através da base de dados online Project Muse, e de acordo com os índices do Google Acadêmico, JLAG é a 14ª revista mais citada no campo de estudos latino americanos. O ranking inclui revistas de todas as disciplinas nas Ciências Sociais e Humanidades. Em 2016, o time editorial da revista formulou uma nova premissa <http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278> para fortalecer as suas ligações com pesquisadores latino americanos, expandir o escopo de debates sob a rubrica de “Geografia Latino Americana” e estimular um maior envolvimento com temas como justiça social e ambiental, direitos humanos, ação política e relações de poder a partir de uma perspectiva crítica.

Com essa chamada, renovamos nosso convite de submeter manuscritos de alta qualidade que reflitam essa filosofia editorial. Em primeiro lugar e acima de tudo, a missão principal do JLAG é publicar trabalhos sobre e da América Latina, baseados em perspectivas geográficas diversas e diferenciadas. Assim sendo, procuramos submissões que nos permitam continuar com a publicação de pesquisas “de ponta”, abrangendo todas as dimensões da geografia latino americana, incluindo, entre muitas outras, geografias do desenvolvimento, uso da terra e suas dinâmicas, interações entre o ser humano e o meio ambiente, ecologia política e geografias urbanas, culturais, políticas e econômicas da região. Segundo, seguindo o exemplo de uma edição recente de JLAG sobre geografias críticas na América Latina (v.16, n.1<http://muse.jhu.edu/issue/36077>), queremos expandir nosso envolvimento com pesquisas geográficas críticas sobre e na América Latina, e convidamos para enviar artigos que se enquadram nessa categoria. Terceiro, na nossa declaração de propósito de 2016 (v.15, n.1<http://muse.jhu.edu/article/613278>), enfatizamos que embora JLAG sempre tem colaborado com pesquisadores na América Latina, essas conexões ainda precisam ser melhoradas. Para esse fim, estamos particularmente interessados em artigos em inglês, espanhol e português de pesquisadores latino americanos e norte americanos que se apoiam fortemente nos debates atuais e intrigantes realizados no mundo acadêmico da América Latina do presente. O quarto eixo diz respeito ao termo de Latinx (“Latin-ex”) que diz respeito à articulação de múltiplas identidades latinas ou “latinidades” que se estendem por além de fronteiras do estado-nação, identidades étnicas e vieses de gênero, de acordo com o grupo de pesquisa sobre geografias Latinx<http://community.aag.org/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=2e6f41bf-00e7-4893-b441-f942cb4aa87e> da Associação Americana de Geografia (AAG). Sentimos que há uma necessidade de se engajar criticamente com as conexões multi-dimensionais e multi-escalares entre a América Latina (como construção tradicional) e povos, lugares, saberes, interesses e experiências Latinx na América do Norte.

Queremos mandar um convite especial para pesquisadores e também estudantes de pós-graduação da América Latina para submeter artigos. Para perguntas, por favor entrar em contato com Johnny Finn ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

Manuscritos devem ser submetidos eletronicamente através do sistema de submissão de JLAG: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/jlag/.

O Time Editorial de JLAG:
Chris Gaffney, Editor-Chefe
Johnny Finn, Editor Associado e novo Editor-Chefe
Martha Bell, Editora Associate
Jörn Seemann, Editor Associate
Eric Carter, Editor de Resenhas de Livros





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John(ny) Finn, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology, Social Work, & Anthropology
Christopher Newport University
Associate Editor, Journal of Latin American Geography<http://clagscholar.org/publications/jlag/>
Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Phone: 757-594-7939
Web: www.johnnyfinn.net<http://www.johnnyfinn.net/>
https://cnu.academia.edu/JohnFinn



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