Social & Cultural Geography




Taylor and Francis Online


Taylor and Francis Online


Contains open access

Available in

English, French, Spanish


This journal publishes research findings that contribute to critical human geography and its allied fields. It can be accessed through the website of Taylor & Francis Online, an academic publishing platform.

The journal addresses topical issues relevant to social and cultural problems. It aims to foster academic debates on issues in geography, through international authorship and readership, though a peer-review process.

Some of the most read and most cited articles of the journal are:

  • Scary cities: Urban geographies of fear, difference and belonging
  • Spiritual landscapes: Existence, performance and immanence
  • Climate change, COVID-19, and the co-production of injustices: A feminist reading of overlapping crises
  • Geographies of Islamophobia urban encounters with difference: The contact hypothesis and immigrant integration projects in eastern Berlin