From Banana wars to Black Sigatoka. Another case for a more-than-human geography
Assessing the potential for a 'railway renaissance' in Great Britain
Shaw, J.; Walton, W.; Farrington, J.
Contemporary fiddling in human geography while Rome burns: has quantitative analysis been largely abandoned--and should it be?
Johnston, R.; Hepple, L.; Hoare, T.; Jones, K.; Plummer, P.
Response to Johnston et al., 'Contemporary fiddling in human geography while Rome burns: has quantitative analysis been largely abandoned--and should it be?'
The next new thing? Biotechnology and its discontents
Bridge, G.; McManus, P.; Marsden, T.
Genetic geographies. A historical comparison of agrarian modernization and eugenic thought in Germany, the Soviet Union, and the United States
Tales of power in biotechnology regulation: the EU ban on BST
Neoliberalism on the molecular scale. Economic and genetic reductionism in biotechnology battles
The state and the regulation of biodiversity - International biopolitics and the case of Mexico
Brand, U.; Gorg, C.
Defending identities or segregating communities? Faith-based schooling and the UK Jewish community
Cultural policy and place promotion: Swansea and Dylan Thomas
Watkins, H.; Herbert, D.
Social and environmental regulation in rural China: bringing the changing role of local government into focus
Skinner, M.W.; Joseph, A.E.; Kuhn, R.G.