What are the consequences of the 'spatial turn' for how we understand politics today? A proposed research agenda

David CARTER, Jonathan Pugh, Deborah Thien, Noortje Marres, David Featherstone, Liza Griffin, Swapna Banerjee-Guha, Benedikt Korf, Richard Day, Rosa Nidia Buenfil-Burgos, Andries du Toit, Judy Brown, Katharyne Mitchell, Sebastian Barros, Mercedes Barros, Andres Perez, Silvia Grinberg, Alejandro Groppo, Sandra Halperin, Chris RumfordAmanda Gouws, Steven Robins, Giorgio Shani, Debora Halbert, Aletta Norval, David Howarth, Sally Weller, Warwick Tie, Vincent Del Casino, Nur Betul Celik

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)579-586
Number of pages8
JournalProgress in Human Geography
Volume33
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes

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CARTER, D., Pugh, J., Thien, D., Marres, N., Featherstone, D., Griffin, L., Banerjee-Guha, S., Korf, B., Day, R., Buenfil-Burgos, R. N., du Toit, A., Brown, J., Mitchell, K., Barros, S., Barros, M., Perez, A., Grinberg, S., Groppo, A., Halperin, S., ... Betul Celik, N. (2009). What are the consequences of the 'spatial turn' for how we understand politics today? A proposed research agenda. Progress in Human Geography, 33(5), 579-586. https://doi.org/10.1177/0309132508099795