Cultural Geographies

(The TQCC of Cultural Geographies is 2. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
What is relationality? Indigenous knowledges, practices and responsibilities with kin111
Negativity: space, politics and affects17
Forging alternatively sacred spaces in Singapore’s integrated religious marketplace14
The asymmetrical anthropocene: resilience and the limits of posthumanism13
Three recent scenes in the affective life of gentrification in San Francisco’s Polk Gulch12
Care goes underground: thinking through relations of care in the maintenance and repair of urban water infrastructures11
Un-homing with words: economic discourse and displacement as alienation9
Where crises converge: the affective register of displacement in Mexico City’s post-earthquake gentrification9
The bad environmentalism of ‘nature is healing’ memes9
Remembering and forgetting floods and droughts: lessons from the Welsh colony in Patagonia8
Pests, keystone species, and hungry ghosts: the Gesar epic and human-pika relations on the Tibetan Plateau8
Religious faith, effort and enthusiasm: motivations to volunteer in response to holiday hunger8
Memory, Don’t Speak! Monumental neglect and memorial sacrifice in contemporary Estonia7
Security symptoms7
Spaces of exposure: Re-thinking ‘publicness’ through public transport7
Experiments in becoming: corporeality, attunement and doing research7
The taking place of older age7
‘Imagine you are a Dog’: embodied learning in multi-species research6
Performing Black life: the FAMU Marching 100 and the Black aesthetic politics of disruption, presence and affirmation6
“We gon be alright:” containment, creativity, and the birth of hip-hop6
The problem of critique in art-geography: five propositions for immanent evaluation after Deleuze6
Cruising landscape-objects: inland waterway guidebooks and wayfinding with them6
Haunting, ruination and encounter in the ordinary Anthropocene: storying the return Florida’s wild flamingos6
Absence as an affordance: thinking with(out) water on the inland waterways5
Essential workers and the cultural politics of appreciation: sonic, visual and mediated geographies of public gratitude in the time of COVID-195
“My dog and I, we need the park”: more-than-human agency and the emergence of dog parks in Poland, 2015–20205
Gentrification and neighborhood melancholy. Collective sadness and ambivalence in Dortmund’s Hörde district5
Hunting ghosts: on spectacles of spectrality and the trophy animal4
Walking, knowing, and the limits of the map: performing participatory cartographies in Indigenous landscapes4
Finding comfort and conviviality with urban trees4
Curating #AanaJaana [#ComingGoing]: gendered authorship in the ‘contact zone’ of Delhi’s digital and urban margins4
Between field and home: notes from the balcony4
Toward a critical posthuman geography4
Can one artist name an unnamed road after himself?4
Religion in times of crisis: Innovative lay responses and temporal-spatial reconfigurations of temple rituals in COVID-19 China4
The post-industrial English canalscape: from enclosure to enlacement4
Animal work, memory, and interspecies care: police horses in multispecies urban imaginaries4
Geographies of the event? Rethinking time and power through digital interfaces4
Melancholia is (geo)political! Postcolonial geography in the Wednesday Demonstration in Seoul4
After precarity: A geography of dark news and digital hope on the island of Lolland3
Lurking in the bushes: informality, illicit activity and transitional green space in Berlin and Detroit3
Tracks to gay elsewheres: cultural attachment and spatial imaginaries3
More-than-human geographies: an encounter with Serres’ universality3
Micro-atmospheres of place: light and dark on a modernist housing scheme3
Becoming-elemental – a thermal imaginary in the Anthropocene3
Graphic geography: drawing territories at the Po Delta (Italy)3
Theorising the deaf body: using Lefebvre and Bourdieu to understand deaf spatial experience3
Picturing these days of love and rage: Extinction Rebellion’s ‘Impossible Rebellion’3
Space out of joint: absurdist geographies of the Anthropocene3
Filmmaking practice and animals’ geographies: attunement, perspective, narration3
Care-full research ethics in multispecies relations on dairy farms3
Walking Rome without leaving home: practicing cultural geography during the COVID-19 pandemic3
Everyday anthropo-scenes: a visual inventory of human traces3
Endurance, exhaustion and the lure of redemption3
On burning ground: Theatre of the Oppressed and ecological crisis in Bolivia2
Stories, crisis, and meaning-making: storying possibility and community in the terrain of cultural struggle2
Kochi: provincialising postcolonial metro-cosmopolitan spatialities2
The psychic life of gentrification: mapping desire and resentment in the gentrifying city2
Moving sonic geographies: realising the Eerie countryside in music and sound2
Disturbing geographies and in/stability in and around a supermarket with a middle-aged man with learning impairments2
Creative geographies of Islam: the case of Islamic and traditional visual arts scene in Istanbul2
Geographies of imagination: why decolonizing Polish children’s classics matters2
‘A Walk 21/1/35’: a psychiatric-psychoanalytic fragment meets the new walking studies2
Geography of placemories: deciphering spatialised memories2
Taking back taste in food bank Britain: on privilege, failure and (un)learning with auto-corporeal methods2
The ruin(s) of Chiloé?: An ethnography of buildings de/reterritorializing2