Edited by Anton Escher, Chris Lukinbeal and Stefan Zimmermann.
In this new series we show how media geography is an expanding field of study and that it moves past re-presentational praxis. Our focus is on the interdependent nature of film, self, and society: We probe the relation between visuality and the production of geographical knowledge and investigate how visualities create and institute scopic regimes. By examining cinema's form, content and affect, we also move beyond representation and transcend fixed scales of inquiry. Thus we open dialogues that challenge naturalized scopic regimes, ideologies, myths and truth and thereby contribute to an important discussion within geography.