Submission Guidelines

The board of editors of Human Geography invites the submission of articles, opinion pieces, book review essays and book reviews that contribute to left-critical advances in a human geography broadly conceived to range from political ecology, through geopolitics, to issues of globalization, social movements and development. If authors are unsure about the fit of a proposed article, send us a brief synopsis (one page) to look at and give an opinion on suitability, style etc..

Contributors should send manuscripts as attachments in Word format and diagrams in PDF format by e-mail to:

* Richard Peet (rpeet@clarku.edu) for substantive articles

* Sharlene Mollett (sharlene.mollett@utoronto.ca) for opinion pieces and editorials

* John Finn (john.finn@cnu.edu) for book reviews and review essays

* Swapna Banerjee-Guha (sbanerjeeguha@hotmail.com) Editor for South Asia

* Jerónimo Montero (jeronimo.montero@durham.ac.uk) Editor for Latin America

* Erik Swyngedouw (erik.swyngedouw@manchester.ac.uk) Editor for Europe

* Wing Shing Tang (wstang@hkbu.edu.hk) Editor for East Asia

Manuscripts of approximately 25 pages long should be: typed double spaced in twelve point, with subheads in 14 point; have wide margins and page numbers; should not have right-margin justification. The manuscript should contain: a title page; an abstract of 450 words or less; the body of the text; a list of cited references. Please use either minimal footnotes, or preferably no footnotes at all. Cite references in the text by typing in parentheses the last name(s) of author(s), followed by the year the work was published, a colon (:) and page numbers if you are citing a specific passage. Immediately after the text, under the heading “REFERENCES,” list complete reference citations alphabetically by the senior author’s last name, using the standard style. Illustrations should be discussed in the text and should be numbered sequentially with Arabic numbers (for example, Figure 2). Captions for illustrations should be typed together on a separate page (labeled Figure Captions) and not included on the illustration itself. Illustrations must be of professional quality.