We are writing to ask for book reviewers to write reviews for the journal Emotion, Space and Society.
The following books are available:
Brook, R. and Dunn, N., 2011, Urban Maps: Instruments of Narrative and Interpretation in the City, Ashgate
Brown, K., Munt, S.R., and Yip, A.K.T., 2010, Queer Spiritual Spaces, Ashgate
Doan, P.L. (Ed.), 2011, Queerying Planning: Challenging Heteronormative Assumptions and Reframing Planning Practice, Ashgate
Grieco, M and Urry, J. (eds) 2011 Mobilities: new perspectives on transport and society, Ashgate
Hornstein, S., 2011, Losing Site: Architecture, Meaning and Place, Ashgate
Ingold, T (ed), 2011, Redrawing Anthropology. Materials, Movements, Lines, Ashgate
Pratt, G. 2012 Families Apart: Migrant Mothers and the Conflicts of Labor and Love. University of Minnesota Press. 263 pages.
Robinson, C., 2011, Beside One’s Self: Homelessness Felt and Lived, Syracuse University Press
Spencer, D., Walby, K. and Hunt, A. 2012 Emotions Matter: A Relational Approach to Emotions. University of Toronto Press. 2012. 326 pages.
Tivers, J. and Rakic, T. (eds.) Narratives of Travel and Tourism: Current Developments in the Geographies of Leisure and Tourism. Ashgate Publishing. 173 pages.
Tolia-Kelly, D.P., Landscape, Race and Memory, 2010, Ashgate
Trigg, D. The Memory of Place: A phenomenology of the uncanny, Ohio University Press
Reviwers are typically given six weeks from receipt of the book to write the review which should be between 800-1000 words. Further information about the review process will be provided when you express an interest in reviewing a book.
If you are interested in reviewing any of the books on the list please get in touch in the first instance with Rachel Colls ([log in to unmask])
Thanks for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
Rachel Colls, Sarah de Leeuw and Sophie Tamas (Book Review Editors, Emotion, Space and Society)