Geography publishing at I.B.Tauris reflects a commitment to ideas as well as information. Accordingly, the programme at I.B.Tauris not only caters for a wide range of academic and professional needs – from researcher to student – it sets out to challenge and advance the traditional boundaries of the discipline. We are particularly interested in cultural and historical geography; environmental change; political geography; water; resource security; landscape; new theoretical approaches; and books that address current global issues from a geographical perspective. Geography is important and current, and there has never been a better time for the discipline to proclaim itself. We look forward to hearing your ideas and proposals.
David Stonestreet | Senior Editor, Geography
Sophie Rudland | Editor, Humanities and Social Sciences
We are actively expanding our programme in anthropology, sociology and multidisciplinary research in the social sciences. The focus of our list is on work that illuminates the politics of culture and identity in the contemporary world. We welcome books that offer new perspectives on, and that lie at the intersections of: gender and sexuality; migration and displacement; ethnicity and identity; violence, the state and citizenship; public health; visual anthropology; ethics and human rights; and urban, national and transnational/global life. These areas of the social sciences embrace cutting-edge approaches and daring new areas of debate. Our intention is both excitingly to represent, as well as help shape, the field in all the publishing that we do.
Flora of the Silk Road
Basak Gardner, Chris Gardner
Contesting the Arctic
Philip E. Steinberg, Jeremy Tasch, Hannes Gerhardt
The water crisis in Yemen