Progress in Human Geography

(The TQCC of Progress in Human Geography is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Worlding geography: From linguistic privilege to decolonial anywheres67
Political ecology 1: From margins to center64
Racialized geographies of housing financialization62
Infrastructure and non-human life: A wider ontology57
Geographies of the future: Prefigurative politics54
Rethinking China’s urban governance: The role of the state in neighbourhoods, cities and regions52
Territory and territorial stigmatisation: On the production, consequences and contestation of spatial disrepute51
Towards an economic geography of FinTech49
Financial Geography I: Exploring FinTech – Maps and concepts41
Inviting the stranger in: Intimacy, digital technology and new geographies of encounter41
Geographies of race and ethnicity 1: Black geographies36
Rethinking cluster evolution: Actors, institutional configurations, and new path development36
Feminism and futurity: Geographies of resistance, resilience and reworking36
Carceral economies of migration control35
Animal geographies II: Killing and caring (in times of crisis)34
Vegan food geographies and the rise of Big Veganism33
Urban political ecology: a critical reconfiguration32
Elemental worlds: Specificities, exposures, alchemies32
Economic geography I: Uneven development, ‘left behind places’ and ‘levelling up’ in a time of crisis32
Financial geography II: The impacts of FinTech – Financial sector and centres, regulation and stability, inclusion and governance31
Geotrauma: Violence, place and repossession30
‘Everyday droning’: Towards a feminist geopolitics of the drone-home29
Weather geographies: Talking about the weather, considering diverse sovereignties28
Assemblage theory and disaster risk management28
Pathways to urban transformation: From dispossession to climate justice28
Closing camps27
Geographies of infrastructure II: Concrete, cloud and layered (in)visibilities26
Shadow care infrastructures: Sustaining life in post-welfare cities26
Queer and trans* geographies of liminality: A literature review25
Decolonizing energy justice from the ground up: Political ecology, ontology, and energy landscapes23
Political ecology II: Conjunctures, crises, and critical publics23
Community geography: Toward a disciplinary framework23
Boundless contamination and progress in Geography23
Eastern Europe and the geography of knowledge production: The case of the invisible gardener22
How well do we know green gentrification? A systematic review of the methods22
The politics of scale through Rancière22
Unleashing the potential of relational research: A meta-analysis of network studies in human geography21
The politics of pixels: A review and agenda for critical remote sensing21
Animals and urban gentrification: Displacement and injustice in the trans-species city21
Rethinking d/Development21
Reimagining geographies of public finance20
Vulnerability and its politics: Precarity and the woundedness of power20
Geographies of migration I: Platform migration20
Social geography I: Time and temporality19
Urban geography 1: ‘Big tech’ and the reshaping of urban space18
Rethinking the timescape of home: Domestic practices in time and space18
Financing agrarian change: Geographies of credit and debt in the global south17
Listening to plants: Conversations between critical plant studies and vegetal geography17
Legal geography III: Evidence17
Infrastructural nature17
Automated infrastructure: COVID-19 and the shifting geographies of supply chain capitalism17
Quantitative geography III: Future challenges and challenging futures16
The spatial structure debate in spatial interaction modeling: 50 years on16
Methodological reflections on geographies of blackness16
Geographies of migration II: Decolonising migration studies15
Geographies of infrastructure III: Infrastructure with Chinese characteristics15
Path tracing in the study of agency and structures: Methodological considerations15
New directions in the theorisation of temporary urbanisms: Adaptability, activation and trajectory15
Regional economic resilience: A scoping review14
The question of culture in cultural geography: Latent legacies and potential futures14
W.E.B. Du Bois and the urban political economy tradition in geography14
Energy and labour: Thinking across the continuum13
Weeds in action: Vegetal political ecology of unwanted plants13
A century of integrated research on the human-environment system in Chinese human geography13
New geographies of commemoration13
Navigating old age and the urban terrain: Geographies of ageing from Africa13