The article presents reports which focus on geographies of identity through the perspectives of the everyday, the mundane and the ordinary. It tackles the practices through which identities are lived, the processes shaping identities and the geographical scales of identity constitution. It explores how geographical engagements with lived experiences both reinscribe and translate theoretical categories. The reworking of class across diverse sites and scales, as well as the practices, perceptions and places of contemporary geographers are examined.
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