Sophie L. Van Neste wins the best publication award for her paper “Place, pipelines and political subjectivities in invisibilized urban peripheries” in the Regional Studies Association’s Territory, Politics and Governance category. Full details here.
“Territory, Politics, Governance is committed to the development of theory and research in territorial politics and the governance of space. This journal creates a platform on which to explore the interface between territory, politics, economy, identity and the organisation of political space. It confronts topical and emergent issues of world economic and political concern. The journal publishes original, high quality international scholarship from this growing, international and increasingly vibrant field directed at a worldwide academic audience and at policy makers, activists and other communities of practice.”