Human Geography announces the publication of Issue 33, Volume 11, Number 3

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Here is what’s in the latest issue

Human Geography 11(3) (2018)

Science in ‘The Storm’: Reflections on Politics and Plant Sciences Today

Kristin L. Mercer and Joel D. Wainwright

Verkehr, or Subversive Mobility: Recovering Radical Transportation Geographies from Language

Jacob Shell

Between Ferality and Resilience: Global (South) Urbanization as a Counterinsurgency Research Object

Christos Filippidis

Disconnecting from Technology on Hare Krishna Farms

Tamas Lestar

The Eclipse of Environmental Discourse

Peter R. Mulvihill and Victor Bruzzone

International Development Projects of India’s Hindu NGOs

Martin J. Haigh

Comment: India’s Development Projects, or Hinduism, a Love Story

Waquar Ahmed

A Reply to Comments on: “International Development Projects of India’s Hindu NGOs.”

Martin Haigh

Book Review Essay: Learning from Six Centuries of Racist Ideas to Create an Anti-Racist Future

Amber Murrey

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