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Monday, February 7, 2011

Call for Participation: Book Reviewers for Environment, Place, and Space


Environment, Place, and Space is the official journal of the International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place (IASESP) with ISSNs: ISSN: 2066-5377 (paperback) and ISSN: 2068-9616 (electronic). It is primarily a forum for the presentation of research studies on topics of interest to a transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary readership committed to values contributing to our rootedness to the earth and attunement to the environment, space, and place. Interdisciplinary is taken to mean that each discipline is encouraged to share its own particular excellence with the other disciplines in an open exchange. Transdisciplinary is taken to mean that contributors are required to make the "geographical turn." Meant in the etymological sense of "earthinscription" or the spatiality of meaning, the geographical turn frames or makes thematic the spatial aspect of any and all earthly / worldly phenomena. All articles submitted to this journal are reviewed and cleared for publication by anonymous referees. Notes for Book Review Contributors Books for review (more books will become available soon): The following books are available for immediate review, please contact DeMond Miller millerd@rowan.edu (Rowan University, USA) for specific guidelines and to have the book mailed to you. We ask for a three to four week review period. As a token of the journal’s appreciation of the published review, reviewers are given the manuscript.
(2011) Postmodern Geographies: The Reassertion of Space in Critical Social Theory By: Edward W. Soja

(2010) Religion: From Place To Placelessness
By: Yi-Fu Tuan, Martha A. Strawn (Photographer)

(2008) Sacred History And Sacred Geography
By: David Martin 
DeMond Miller
Rowan University
Department of Sociology
Email: millerd@rowan.edu

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