Practising legal geography. / Brickell, Katherine; Jeffrey, Alex; McConnell, Fiona.

In: Area, 27.05.2021.

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Abstract

Legal geography is experiencing a “practice turn.” Understanding the material, spatial, and embodied characteristics of law is illuminating hitherto obscured experiences of justice, injustice, and political practice. It is contributions from scholars at the forefront of these concerns, from geography and cognate disciplines, that comprise the papers in the Practising Legal Geography special section. Across seven papers we are seeking to explore the ways in which a focus on practice can deepen our understanding of the methods and praxis of legal geography. Following an outline of its conceptual underpinnings and origins of the research, we give a short account of each of the papers and point to areas of future research for which they provide provocation. Practice emerges as much more than empirical detail – it is a perspective through which we can trace the operation of power and struggle in the making of law.
Original languageEnglish
JournalArea
Early online date27 May 2021
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 27 May 2021
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