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The AAG Review of Books spring 2013 cover

The AAG is pleased to announce Issue 2 of The AAG Review of Books, featuring scholarly book reviews as formerly published in the Annals of the AAG and The Professional Geographer, along with reviews of significant current books related more broadly to geography and public policy and/or international affairs.

This journal is available exclusively online.

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Two example articles are below:

AAG Members have full access to all content, and the following reviews from Issue 2 of The AAG Review of Books are being featured free of charge to non-members also:

Bosnia Remade Bosnia Remade: Ethnic Cleansing and its Reversal.
Gerard Toal and Carl T. Dahlman. Reviewed
by Alex Jeffrey.
Silvey forum review Filipino Diaspora: Emergent Geographies of Labor and Love.
Book forum reviewed by Rachel Silvey.

You may also view the table of contents for the full list of reviews.

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Please direct questions regarding The AAG Review of Books to Journals Managing Editor Miranda Lecea.