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Geography is the GA’s flagship journal and highlights the thriving and dynamic nature of the discipline. It aims to bridge the gap between higher education institutions, and schools, colleges and academies by profiling current research in geography and geographical education. It seeks to communicate the findings of geographical research in an engaging and accessible way.

The journal’s readership includes specialist geography teachers and their senior students, university academics and higher education students making the transition to university.

Geography is published for the GA by Taylor & Francis. It is available in print and online and includes: 

  • Recent research by leading geographers
  • Specific studies in human and physical geography
  • Discussion of standards in geographical education
  • Investigations of specific places and regions and enquiries into environmental issues
  • Reviews of recent resources.

Your subscription gives you free access to every issue of Geography (formerly known as The Geographical Teacher) dating back to 1901 via Taylor & Francis Online.

It is important that GA publications reflect the wealth of knowledge from diverse perspectives in our society to enable a responsive approach to geography education. In the GA’s commitment to increase diversity and inclusion, we encourage contributions from all teachers and educators and particularly from underrepresented groups.

If you would like to write for Geography these guidelines outline the process and include contact details for the Editor.

To submit an article for Geography, please use our online submission site.

Access Geography articles

Geography is now published in partnership with Taylor & Francis.

Subscribers can access current issues of the journal and the full archive by logging in to the GA site and following the links to Taylor & Francis Online.

In addition to the Geography journal, subscribing GA members can access these journals through links to Taylor & Francis Online:

IRGEE (International Research in Geography and Environmental Education)

Journal of Geography in Higher Education

Children’s Geographies

Environmental Education Research

Social and Cultural Geography

The Geography Teacher

Journal of Geography

Geographical Review

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Geography Quality Marks

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Geographical model making competition

Encourage your pupils to get involved and explore their creativity and geographical knowledge by creating a 3D model. Entries close 31 July 2024