Carrying out ‘speed analysis’ at biggest conferences
By teacher Philip Steinberg | Associate publisher for any diary Political Geography uploaded on 17 February 2015
Philip Steinberg is a teacher into the Department of location at Durham college, UK, a blog post they have held since autumn 2013, after 16 ages in Florida condition University’s section of Geography. Before Florida State, the guy attended Clark University’s scholar class of Geography (1990-1996), where the guy received his MA and PhD levels, as well as teaching briefly in Bucknell University’s section of location (1997). His analysis focuses primarily on the historical, ongoing, and, often times, imaginary projection of social power onto areas whose geophysical and geographic faculties make certain they are resistant to condition territorialization. He’s been an editor with Political Geography for five many years.
Whenever the publisher at Elsevier 1st proposed that individuals carry out ‘speed ratings’ at big conferences, the Political Geography editorial staff ended up being skeptical.