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ARB_2-3cvr_baby_shdwThe AAG is pleased to announce Volume 2, Issue 3 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. To access the full AAG Review of Books, visit the AAG Journals page. Select AAG Review of Books, which will take you to the Taylor & Francis site. Then, select a volume in the List of Issues box and then select any issue from there.

This quarterly journal is available exclusively online. And what’s more, all content older than a year will be completely free access, ensuring that these insightful reviews are available to all.

Two example articles are below:

AAG Members have full access to all content, and the following reviews from Volume 2, Issue 3 of The AAG Review of Books are being featured free of charge to non-members also:

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The Lure of the North Woods: Cultivating Tourism in the Upper Midwest by Aaron Shapiro. Reviewed by John Fraser Hart.
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Making Sense of Nature: Representation, Politics and Democracy by Noel CastreeReviewed by Lesley Head.

If you would like to receive alerts as new issues become available, sign up at Taylor and Francis Online. If you are not an AAG member and would like to be, join here. Please direct questions regarding The AAG Review of Books to Journals Managing Editor Miranda Lecea.

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This journal is available exclusively online. –>