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Editorial board: Jevgeniy Bluwstein, Ottavia Cima, Cristina Del Biaggio, Karine Duplan, Hanna Hilbrandt, Martin Hoelzle, Nadine Marquardt, Laura Péaud, Marco Pütz, Emmanuel Reynard, René Véron & Alexander Vorbrugg
eISSN: 2194-8798

Geographica Helvetica is a European multilingual free open-access journal of geography. It offers a platform for empirically grounded and theory-driven research and debates in all fields of geography as well as in neighbouring disciplines. The journal is particularly committed to exploring and fostering situated and internationalist perspectives on the manifold connections, disconnections and differences within Europe, and between Europe and other parts of the world. This agenda derives from the specificity of Swiss geography as a meeting ground for different geographical traditions and languages. In addition to standard research articles published in and outside of theme issues in English, German, French and Italian, we also publish a range of shorter and experimental formats and book reviews.

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10 Jun 2024
„Der Park als Problemraum“. Regieren städtischer Drogenkulturen am Beispiel des Görlitzer Parks
Frederieke Westerheide and Boris Michel
Geogr. Helv., 79, 191–204,,, 2024
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03 Jun 2024
Die räumliche Produktion von Alternsbildern durch Smart-Home-Technologien
Marlene Hobbs and Linda Pasch
Geogr. Helv., 79, 177–189,,, 2024
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28 May 2024
Book Review: Weltbildwechsel: Ideengeschichten geographischen Denkens und Handelns
Benedikt Korf, Ute Wardenga, Julia Verne, Boris Michel, Francis Harvey, Antje Schlottmann, and Jeannine Wintzer
Geogr. Helv., 79, 161–175,,, 2024
13 May 2024
Material agency in art installations: exploring the interplay of art, space, and materials in Detroit
Nora Mariella Küttel
Geogr. Helv., 79, 149–160,,, 2024
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22 Apr 2024
Book review: Schwierigkeiten mit der kritischen Geographie
Eberhard Rothfuß, Mirka Dickel, Ute Wardenga, Ulf Strohmayer, Pascal Goeke, Peter Dirksmeier, Matthew Hannah, Paloma Puente Lozano, and Benedikt Korf
Geogr. Helv., 79, 119–147,,, 2024