Geography without borders
Until relatively recently, at least, one of us would have been on the receiving end of this message, rather than its (co)author. However, people change - often as a consequence of being gifted an unexpected opportunity to reflect (or being forced to!) upon their modus operandi . We want to convey a simple message: namely that British geography is beset by at least one quite fundamental problem. And something must be done - for all our sakes. Let us explain.
Castree, N., Fuller, D. & Lambert, D. (2007). Geography without borders. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 32 (2), 129-132.