1. Out of place: Doreen Massey, radical geographer Jamie Peck, Marion Werner, Rebecca Lave and Brett Christophers
Part 1 - Region 2. Towards a critique of industrial location theory (1973) 3. Labour must take over land (1973) (with Richard Barras and Andrew Broadbent) 4. The analysis of capitalist landownership: an investigation of the case of Great Britain (1977) 5. Regionalism: some current issues (1978) 6. A woman's place? (1984) (with Linda McDowell) 7. The changing geography of trade unions (1989) (with Joe Painter)
Part 2 - Place 8. Beyond the coalfields: the work of the miners' support groups (1985) (with Hilary Wainwright) 9. Power-geometry and a progressive sense of place (1993) 10. A place called home? (1992) 11. Masculinity, dualisms and high technology (1995) 12. The geography of power (2000) 13. Globalisation: what does it mean for geography? (2002)
Part 3 - Space 14. New directions in space (1985) 15. Flexible sexism (1991) 16. Reflections on gender and geography (1995) 17. Politics and space/time (1992) 18. Reflections on debates over a decade (1995) 19. Philosophy and politics of spatiality: some considerations (1999) 20. Concepts of space and power in theory and in political practice (2009)
Brett Christophers is Professor of Human Geography at Uppsala University, Sweden. He is Editor of Environment and Planning A and his books include, most recently, The Great Leveler: Capitalism and Competition in the Court of Law (2016). Rebecca Lave is an Associate Professor at Indiana University, Bloomington. She is the author of Fields and Streams: Stream Restoration, Neoliberalism, and the Future of Environmental Expertise (2012) and co-editor of the Handbook of Political Economy of Science (2017) and the Handbook of Critical Physical Geography (2017). Jamie Peck is Canada Research Chair in Urban and Regional Political Economy and Professor of Geography at the University of British Columbia. He is Managing Editor of Environment and Planning A and the author or editor of more than a dozen books. Marion Werner is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the State University of New York, Buffalo. She is the author of Global Displacements: The Making of Uneven Development in the Caribbean (2016).