The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 107, Issue 1 (January 2017) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now available. A full list of contents is below.
The Annals contains original, timely, and innovative articles that advance knowledge in all facets of the discipline. Articles are divided into four major areas: Environmental Sciences; Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; and People, Place, and Region.
This issue also contains a special forum on “Radical Intradisciplinarity” edited by AAG past President, Mona Domosh, featuring 6 articles.
Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Hidden Abodes: Industrializing Political Ecology by Matthew T. Huber for free for the next two months.
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Table of Contents
Forum: Radical Intradisciplinarity
Radical Intradisciplinarity: An Introduction by Mona Domosh
Intradisciplinarity and Visual Politics by Sarah Elwood & Harriet Hawkins
Unlearning “Landscape” by Daniel A. Friess & Tariq Jazeel
Nature: A Conversation in Three Parts by Becky Mansfield & Martin Doyle
Charting Time by Stephen Daniels & Patrick J. Bartlein
Justice: An Epistolary Essay by Joshua Barkan & Laura Pulido
Relations of Alpine Plant Communities across Environmental Gradients: Multilevel versus Multiscale Analyses by George P. Malanson, Dale L. Zimmerman, Mitch Kinney & Daniel B. Fagre
The Carbon Holdings of Northern Ecuador’s Mangrove Forests by Stuart E. Hamilton, John P. Lovette, Mercy J. Borbor-Cordova & Marco Millones
Methods, Models, and GIS
Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Environmental Injustice: Unequal Carcinogenic Air Pollution Risks in Greater Houston by Timothy W. Collins, Sara E. Grineski & Danielle X. Morales
|Using Geonarratives to Explore the Diverse Temporalities of Therapeutic Landscapes: Perspectives from “Green” and “Blue” Settings by Sarah L. Bell, Benedict W. Wheeler & Cassandra Phoenix
Inequality in Beijing: A Spatial Multilevel Analysis of Perceived Environmental Hazard and Self-Rated Health by Jing Ma, Gordon Mitchell, Guanpeng Dong & Wenzhong Zhang
Analyzing Entrepreneurial Social Networks with Big Data by Feng Wang, Elizabeth A. Mack & Ross Maciewjewski
Nature and Society
Editors’ Choice: Hidden Abodes: Industrializing Political Ecology by Matthew T. Huber Free Access
A Human Right to Science?: Precarious Labor and Basic Rights in Science and Bioprospecting by Benjamin D. Neimark & Saskia Vermeylen
People, Place, and Region
Contesting the Unethical City: Land Dispossession and Corruption Narratives in Urban India by Sapana Doshi & Malini Ranganathan
Children, Critical Geopolitics, and Peace: Mapping and Mobilizing Children’s Hopes for Peace in the Philippines by Chih Yuan Woon
Selling Ethics: Discourses of Responsibility in Tourism by Harng Luh Sin