National Council for Geographic Education

Journal of Geography

The Journal of Geography publishes innovative approaches to geography research, teaching, and learning. Published work includes research-based articles, commentaries, symposia, and book reviews. Manuscripts that make new and important contributions to geography research, teaching, and learning are strongly encouraged. The long-term goal of the Journal of Geography is to build a body of high-quality research representing all theoretical paradigms, methodologies, and subfields of geographic inquiry.

Article Submission Information

-Article Submission
-Submit a Manuscript.
-Contributor information for the Journal of Geography: To submit an article on-line, please access the Journal of Geography’s Manuscript Central site. 

Subscription Information

Subscriptions are available for libraries and institutions. Institutional subscriptions include six issues of the Journal of Geography, and four issues of The Geography Teacher each year.

For subscriptions please contact:

USA/North America: Tel (215) 625-8900; Fax (215) 625-2940
Address: Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, 325 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
UK/Europe: Tel +44 (0) 20 7017 5544; Fax: +44 (0) 20 7017 5198
Address: Taylor & Francis Customer Service, Sheepen Place, Colchester, Essex C03 3LP

Editorial Staff

  • Editor: Jerry T. MitchellUniversity of South Carolina
  • Associate Editor: Timothy HawthorneUniversity of Central Florida
  • Associate Editor: Meredith MarshLindenwood University
  • Book Review Editor: Eui-Kyung ShinNorthern Illinois University

Journal of Geography Editorial Board Members:

  • Fabian Araya Palacios, Universidad de La Serena
  • Robert S. Bednarz, Texas A&M University
  • Osa Brand, National Council for Geographic Education
  • Carmen Brysch, Auburn University
  • Ali Demirci, Fatih University
  • Seth Dixon, Rhode Island College
  • Kenneth E. Foote, University of Connecticut
  • Erin Fouberg, Northern State University
  • Phil Gersmehl, Michigan Geographic Alliance
  • John Harrington, Kansas State University
  • Elizabeth Hinde, Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Mark C. Jones, Morristown-Beard School
  • Ron Kalafsky, University of Tennessee
  • Joseph Kerski, Esri        
  • Lisa Keys-Mathews, University of North Alabama
  • David A. Lanegran, Macalester College
  • James Marran, Independent Scholar
  • Tyrel G. Moore, University of North Carolina Charlotte
  • Richard B. Schultz, Southern New Hampshire University
  • Janet S. Smith, Shippensburg University
  • Joseph P. Stoltman, Western Michigan University
  • Jacqueline Waite, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
  • Gerald R. Webster, University of Wyoming
  • Thomas A. Wikle, Oklahoma State University