Toposophia: thinking place/making space – relaunch of book series with Lexington books, edited by Jessica Dubow (Sheffield) and Jeff Malpas (Tasmania).
Originally established by Robert Mugerauer and Brian Treanor, Toposophia is being continued in a new form under the editorial direction of Jessica Dubow and Jeff Malpas. Retaining the original focus on the combination of topos and sophia, and so on the reflective and critical engagement with issues of place and space, the series now has an expanded brief encompassing a wide range of disciplines from geography and environmental studies through to anthropology and politics, architecture and creative arts, history and philosophy. The aim is to make Toposophia the premier series for cutting edge explorations and investigations of the spatial and topological.
Peer-reviewed, and publishing in paper and hardback as well as electronically, the series includes monographs and edited collections. The editors encourage new proposals in keeping with the expanded brief. Proposals and inquiries should be addressed to Jana Hodges-Kluck (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Jeff Malpas (email@example.com).
The series page is here, which gives the links to previously published volumes.