Issue 2 of Society and Space is now available here.
It includes commentaries on aid in Pakistan and the situation of the Roma people in Europe; a translation of Pierre Macherey with an introduction by the translator Susan Ruddick; and a discussion on gender and environment. There are papers on the conversion of a nuclear weapons plant to a national wildlife refuge; on fieldwork practice during the early Cold War; the ‘war on terror’; the EU and the east; recreational angling; and airport departures. There is also a review essay on recent works by Bonnie Honig and Judith Butler, and a range of book reviews.
The journal also now has a blog, which you can find here.
And you can tell the world you ‘like’ the journal on facebook here. The plan is to link the blog to the facebook page, so that’s another way of keeping up on news.
We have a few things lined up for the blog, including mini-interviews with authors.
And finally, with this issue the new co-editors – Maia Green, Jane Jacobs and Peter Gratton – formally take over from outgoing co-editors Emily Brady and Eduardo Mendieta. There is a thanks and welcome editorial in the new issue.