Annals of the Association of American Geographers
The Annals of the Association of American Geographers publishes original, timely, and innovative peer-reviewed articles that advance knowledge in all facets of the discipline. These articles address significant research problems and issues, and are attuned to the sensibilities of a diverse scholarly audience. In addition to articles in four major areas — Environmental Sciences; Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; and People, Place, and Region — the Annals publishes integrative and cross-cutting papers, review articles, forums, and book reviews.
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
Annals 2016 Special Issue on the Geographies of Mobility
The Annals of the Association of American Geographers invites abstracts of papers to be considered for a special issue on the Geographies of Mobility. This will be the eighth of a series of annual special issues that highlight geographical research around a significant global theme.
Significant theoretical and methodological contributions are sought from a broad spectrum of scholars who address social, cultural, political, environmental, economic, theoretical, and methodological issues related to human mobility. These include geographic research in areas such as: (im)mobility and social differentiation and inequality; (im)mobility of the oppressed, subjugated and persecuted; (im)mobility and social exclusion; experience of (im)mobility; politics of (im)mobility; commuting; leisure travel; tourism; mobility by different transport modes; sustainable mobility; mobility and resilience; disasters, natural hazards, and mobility; mobility, wellbeing and health; mobility, energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions; space-time modeling and GIS-based analysis of mobility; mobility research methods; and other relevant areas.
Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be submitted by March 1, 2014, to Journals Managing Editor Miranda Lecea (email@example.com). Final papers will be due on September 1, 2015, for publication in 2016. Papers will have a target maximum length of 5,000 words, with a smaller limit if a large number of tables and/or figures are included. All submitted papers will be subject to full peer review.
All papers published in the 2016 Special Issue will later be published by Taylor & Francis as an edited book.