The 2021 issue of you are here, “bodies & politics,” was released in May 2021 and explores the significance of the body in our present political moment — prompting consideration of the body as a politicized and political space that is contoured by its uneven relations and entanglements with the wider world.
To read the 2021 issue, please click on the cover image below. The issue is divided into five thematic sections: knowledge, technology and the state; bodies, environments, and place; bordered bodies and (im)mobile bodies; identity, difference, and relationality; and embodied histories and futures.
you are here: the journal of creative geography is a graduate student-run publication housed in the School of Geography, Development, and Environment at the University of Arizona. An annual publication in its 22nd year, you are here seeks to explore geographic themes through poetry, creative writing, maps, photographs, visual/sonic art, film, interactive digital works, and other imaginable genres.
you are here encourages submissions from geographers, historians, anthropologists, architects, scientists, writers, artists, and anyone else interested in exploring creative geography.
You can find past issues, submission guidelines, and links to our Twitter and Instagram accounts (@youarehereUA) on the menu at the top of this page. Stay tuned for the 2022 call for submissions in late summer/early fall of 2021.