December 2016 Issue of ‘GeoHumanities’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 2, Issue 2 (December 2016) of GeoHumanities is now available. GeoHumanities is the newest journal of the American Association of Geographers. It features articles that span conceptual and methodological debates in geography and the humanities; critical reflections on analog and digital artistic productions; and new scholarly interactions occurring at the intersections of geography and multiple humanities disciplines.
There are full length scholarly articles in the GeoHumanities Articles section and shorter creative pieces that cross over between the academy and creative practice in the Practices and Curations section.
Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read From Citizen Sensing to Collective Monitoring: Working through the Perceptive and Affective Problematics of Environmental Pollution by Helen Pritchard and Jennifer Gabrys for free. To access the most recent issue of GeoHumanities click here.
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Table of Contents
|Forum on Border Topologies
Open Access: Introduction to Border Topologies by Nishat Awan
Thinking Architecture with an Indian Ocean Aquapelago by Lindsay Bremner
Digital Narratives and Witnessing: The Ethics of Engaging with Places at a Distance by Nishat Awan
Insurgent Regeneration: Spatial Practices of Citizenship in the Rehabilitation of Inner-City São Paulo by Beatrice De Carli and Alexandre Apsan Frediani
Editors’ Choice: From Citizen Sensing to Collective Monitoring: Working through the Perceptive and Affective Problematics of Environmental Pollution by Helen Pritchard and Jennifer Gabrys
Forum on Border Topologies: Practices and Curations
Deep Weather by Ursula Biemann
Algorithmic Citizenship, Digital Statelessness by James Bridle
Mapping Diyarbakır Geologically by Cressida Kocienski
Music, Nature, Power, and Place: An Ecomusicology of Khmer Rouge Songs by James A. Tyner, Mark Rhodes, and Sokvisal Kimsroy
|Diving into Nonlinear History: Working with Entropy at the Purton Ships Graveyard, Gloucestershire by Jonathan Brettell
Tour 13: From Precarity to Ephemerality by Caitlin Frances Bruce
The Primeval Cosmic River and Its Ecological Realities: On the Curatorial Project Danube River School by Maja Fowkes and Reuben Fowkes
Google Street View and the Image as Experience by Cheryl Gilge
Sensing Space: Augmenting Scientific Data with Spatial Ethnography by Yoh Kawano, Arfakhashad Munaim, Jun Goto, Yugo Shobugawa, and Makoto Naito
Walking into Clarity: The Dynamics of Self and Place in the Poetry of Ivor Gurney by Eleanor Rawling
Fail Not The River: Flood and Aftermath in Minot, North Dakota by ShaunAnne Tangney
Practices and Curations
Mackay, Idaho by Tagen Towsley Baker
Crossing the Line, or, Death at the Equator by Jesse Don Peterson
Voicing Concerns: (Re)Considering Modes of Presentation by Jennifer Turner