chapter  7
34 Pages


ByHarriet Hawkins

The coming together of geography and creative research practices has resulted in a rich series of outputs, from theatre, to sculpture, sound works, installation, dance, song, painting, poetry, and weaving, many of which have appeared throughout this text. Yet, despite all of this the page – of the journal article and of the book in particular – still persists and is arguably being reshaped, not least by creative writing and experimental publication practices that have intensified within geography recently. Critical accounts, from the histories of geographies of print-culture, to the economies and practices of publication in the neoliberal academy offer rich accounts of how it is that the production and circulation of books and articles helps to share knowledge. Yet, in producing pages for journals, it is not always just about what we as authors might want to do with that space, about the disposition we want to cultivate.