Aims and Scope
Irish Geography is the leading peer-reviewed international journal on the geography of Ireland and has been published since 1944. An early editorial decision was to concentrate on the geography of Ireland and this has been maintained ever since. More recently, to reflect the changing context and increased importance of globalization and migration to Ireland, an editorial decision was made to extend the scope of the journal to include contributions on the Irish diaspora and overseas networks. In addition to research articles, the journal publishes shorter commentaries, topical reviews, theoretical discussions and book reviews. We encourage contributions within the scope of the journal from those working in a range of disciplines, encourage work by early career researchers and consider comparative papers with a significant Irish component.
Irish Geography is published by the Geographical Society of Ireland and welcomes contributions across the broad spectrum of the discipline. Subjects covered by this journal include: Economic Geography; Geography; Human Geography; Regional Geography - Human Geography; Geomorphology; Climatology
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Geonews is the newsletter of the Geographical Society of Ireland, providing news and information about geography in Ireland and about the activities of the Society. It acts as a forum for the discussion of matters of general geographical interest. GeoNews was published twice a year (usually in May and December) but we are currently in the process of moving to a quarterly publication with the following themes.
Submissions of interest to the wider geographical community (in form of articles, commentary pieces, field trip reports, details on events etc) are always welcome. If you are interested in submitting to GeoNews please contact the current editor, Paul Alexander, Dept. of Geography, Maynooth University.