We are excited to join you in Denver at the Association of American Geographers annual conference! Editor Elizabeth Ault will be on site. Visit booth 111 in the exhibit hall to browse our latest books and journals in geography. Even if you cannot join us in person, you can still browse our latest titles in the field on our conference landing page, or view our complete geography list.
During our spring sale, save 50% on all in-stock books and journal issues with coupon code SPRING23, valid through April 17, 2023. For more information on the sale, consult the Spring Sale FAQ.
We will miss meeting with authors, editors, and friends of the Press in person at the American Association of Geographers annual conference, but we look forward to connecting with you all virtually. Until April 15, save 40% on books and journal issues with coupon code AAG22 when you order on our website. Customers in the UK and Europe can order books with this code from our UK partner, Combined Academic Publishers.
If you were hoping to connect with one of our editors about your book project at the American Association of Geographers conference, please reach out by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines and submission portal here.
We wish we could be meeting authors and readers in-person at the Association for American Geographers Annual Conference. We know that many of you look forward to stocking up on new titles at special discounts at our conferences, so we are pleased to offer a 40% discount on all in-stock books and journal issues with coupon code AAG21 until May 31, 2021.
Check out the latest geography titles in our virtual catalog, below. And explore all of our books and journals in geography at dukeupress.edu. Since we cannot take photos of authors with their new books in our booth, this year, we instead offer an album of book selfies they have taken from home.
Executive Editor Courtney Berger has a welcome message for AAG attendees.
While I’ve been attending the AAG conference for quite a few years now, it was only in 2019 that the press set up a full book exhibit at the conference. And AAG-ers, you welcomed us with open arms. It was exciting to witness in person the enthusiasm for Duke’s books and the wide-ranging and interdisciplinary interests of the scholars who visited our booth. We haven’t been able to gather in person since then, but we still have plenty of new and important books for you to browse on our website. I’m especially excited about recent books from Katherine McKittrick, Louise Amoore, Rosemary-Claire Collard, Christopher Harker, Hagar Kotef, Candace Fujikane, and Thea Riofrancos. Katherine McKittrick’s book, Dear Science and Other Stories, kicks off the Errantries book series, edited by Simone Browne, Deborah Cowen, and Katherine McKittrick. Keep an eye on this series, which features “radical, interdisciplinary, and theoretically rigorous scholarship that explores geographies of race, anticolonial thought, and rebellious methodologies.” More groundbreaking and rebellious work is coming!
I hope that next year I will be seeing you all in person and showing off our new books in the booth. Until then, please feel free to contact me directly or you can submit a proposal to me through our online submissions portal.
If you were hoping to connect with Courtney Berger or one of our other editors about your book project at AAG, please reach out to them by email. See our editors’ specialties and contact information here and our online submissions guidelines here.