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His research focuses on the historical, ongoing, and, at times, imaginary projection of social power onto spaces whose geophysical and geographic characteristics make them resistant to state territorialization.
He has been an editor with : After all, they had gotten through graduate school reading articles from the journal and we figured they must have a good sense of its content.
What we hadn’t considered, though, was the value of giving the journal a human face.
As editors, we establish relationships with our authors.
Philip Steinberg is a Professor in the Department of Geography at Durham University, UK, a post he has held since autumn 2013, following 16 years in Florida State University’s Department of Geography.
Prior to Florida State, he attended Clark University’s Graduate School of Geography (1990-1996), where he received his MA and Ph D degrees, as well as teaching briefly in Bucknell University’s Department of Geography (1997).