African Geographical Review – Special Issue Call for Papers

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Progressive Geographies

Posted on behalf of Kevin DeJesus:

African Geographical Review – Special Issue Call for Papers

Out of Place, Into Extremis:

       Critical Geographic Perspectives on the State of Forced Migration in Africa

Guest Editors: Kevin M. DeJesus, Rhode Island College and Daisuke Maruyama, Kyoto University

This special issue of African Geographical Review seeks to provide a comprehensive, contemporary compendium of perspectives on forced migration across the African continent. This initiative draws from critical geographical analytical frameworks to elucidate the experiences, dilemmas, trends and interventions in the experience of internally displaced persons, refugees and refugee returnees from every sector of the continent. This special issue is conceived of as an analytical and empirical resource for which those scholars across disciplines, refugee advocates and humanitarian professionals may utilize to further apprehend the great complexities of the human geographies of survival forcibly displaced persons engender in their quest to locate spaces of refuge. Indeed, as Feminist…

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