Human Geography

(The TQCC of Human Geography is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Decolonizing Development Education and the Pursuit of Social Justice49
The rights of the Wayúu people and water in the context of mining in La Guajira, Colombia: demands ofrelational water justice31
Bureaucratic land grabbing for infrastructural colonization: renewable energy, L’Amassada, and resistance in southern France29
COVID-19: Capitalist and postcapitalist perspectives21
Toward a radical food geography praxis: integrating theory, action, and geographic analysis in pursuit of more equitable and sustainable food systems19
To die a thousand deaths: COVID-19, racial capitalism, and anti-Black violence18
Envisioning radical food geographies: shared learning and praxis through the Food Justice Scholar-Activist/Activist-Scholar Community of Practice15
Women’s resistance against the extractive industry: embodied and water dimensions13
Endgame: from crisis in neoliberalism to crises of neoliberalism12
Language is land, land is language: The importance of Indigenous languages12
Mining and women in northwest Mexico: a feminist political ecology approach to impacts on rural livelihoods11
“Because they are connected”: Linking structural inequalities in farmworker organizing11
Women’s organizing against extractivism: towards a decolonial multi-sited analysis11
Agrarian crisis and neoliberalism in India10
The history of the land: a relational and place-based approach for teaching (more) radical food geographies10
Pathways to reparations: land and healing through food justice10
Fried eggs and all-women gangs: the geopolitics of Chinese gold mining in Ghana, bodily vulnerability, and resistance9
Scholar-activist perspectives on radical food geography: collaborating through food justice and food sovereignty praxis8
The Politics of Transgender Asylum and Detention7
Patriarchy and progressive politics: gendered resistance to mining through everyday social relations of state formation in Intag, Ecuador7
Negotiating belonging and place: an exploration of mestiza women’s everyday resistance in Cajamarca, Peru6
The Housing Question, ground rent theory, and differentiation vs. homogenization6
“D.C. is mambo sauce”: Black cultural production in a gentrifying city5
Silver linings and wishful thinking? More than human geographies of the coronavirus5
A contribution to building unified movements for the environment: aligning interests, forming alliances5
The containment of COVID-19 is antithetical to the system of US capitalism4
The double return of Friedrich Engels: Towards a dialectics of the trace4
Inventing hell: how the Ethiopian and Eritrean regimes produced famine in Tigray4
Immanuel Wallerstein, the “modern world-system,” and radical human geography4
Conserving what? Conservation easements and environmental justice in the coastal US South4
Friedrich Engels and his Contribution to Marxism3
Antinomies of space and nature or an open totality? Neil Smith and Henri Lefebvre on nature and society3
Neo-extractivism, the Bolivian state, and indigenous peasant women’s struggles for water in the Altiplano3
The rise of “behavioral man”: Randomized controlled trials and the “new” development agenda3
Veiled futures? Debt burdens, the Belt Road Initiative, and official Chinese lending after coronavirus3
Covid-19 and some contours of India’s ongoing agrarian crisis3
Animating and sustaining outrage: The place of crisis pregnancy centers in abortion justice3
“Demystifying the Global ‘Just Transition’—On Power Struggles and Electric Mountains3
Don’t cry for me, Latin America2
Neoliberal capitalism and misery of small peasantry and agricultural labourers in India2
Pandemic transition: Techno-politics and social reproduction struggles2
“Regulatory capture” and “extractive hegemony”: the relevance of Nicos Poulantzas’ theory of the state to contemporary environmental politics in Canada2
David Slater: a leading geographical theorist2
The 2007/08 capitalist crisis evolution in Greece: A geographical political economy perspective2
BDS as the baseline of solidarity: toward a model of co-struggling with Palestinians in their movement for justice and liberation2
From personal responsibility to an eco-socialist state: Political economy, popular discourses and the climate crisis2
Attachment to place and territoriality in Nandigram land struggle, India2
Modernization through capitalization: The hidden costs of Ethiopia’s Gibe III Dam and NESTown initiative2
Revisiting Engels’ ‘housing question’: Work and housing conditions of immigrant platform delivery riders in Barcelona2
Engels, humanism and revolutionary praxis: The centrality of the dynamic analysis of historical materialism and its inherent relation to overcoming capitalist alienation2
Engels’ ‘proletarisation’ and ‘great towns’ vis-à-vis dispossession, and gendered work in an informal economy2
Debate on the linkages between large-scale agriculture and farmers food security: Examples from Ethiopia2
Introduction: Friedrich Engels and geography2
Public housing, intersectoral competition, and urban ground rent: Iran’s first public housing program that never was2
Massey, Marx, and human geography: disjunctures and provocations2
Historical materialism, social change, and the necessity of revolutionary optimism2
Rentier capitalism in question2
Agrarian struggle and food system injustice in the Anglo-Caribbean: centering social reproduction by (re)turning to Creft and Fanon2