o themes - including economy, environment, politics, mobility, technology
o actors - human and non-human forces, from biodiversity to climate
o spaces - the key concepts of territory and flow
o responsibilities - our relations with people and other living things.
Taking a range of different perspectives - from financial institutions to nation states, global migration to local identity - this is a vivid exposition of how globalization works at different scales. Unique in teaching literature with its focus on the non-human, it demonstrates how globalization can be understood geographically.