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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 108, Issue 4 (July 2018) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now availableA 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: Geographic Methods; Human Geography; Nature and Society; and Physical Geography, Earth, and Environmental Sciences.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Racial Gerrymandering of Municipal Borders: Direct Democracy, Participatory Democracy, and Voting Rights in the United States by Noah J. Durst for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents
Articles

Bureaucratic Territory: First Nations, Private Property, and “Turn-Key” Colonialism in Canada by Jeremy J. Schmidt

Anthropocene Landscape Change and the Legacy of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Mining in the Fourmile Catchment, Colorado Front Range by David P. Dethier, William B. Ouimet, Sheila F. Murphy, Maneh Kotikian, Will Wicherski, and Rachel M. Samuels

Editors’ Choice:  Racial Gerrymandering of Municipal Borders: Direct Democracy, Participatory Democracy, and Voting Rights in the United States by Noah J. Durst

Threatening Dystopias: Development and Adaptation Regimes in Bangladesh by Kasia Paprocki

Love Actually: Youth Mediators and Advisors in North India by Jane Dyson

A Multiscalar Approach to Mapping Marginal Agricultural Land: Smallholder Agriculture in Malawi by Brad G. Peter, Joseph P. Messina, and Sieglinde S. Snapp

Geographies of Organized Hate in America: A Regional Analysis by Richard M. Medina, Emily Nicolosi, Simon Brewer, and Andrew M. Linke

Capitalism, Wealth, and Conservation in the Age of Security: The Vitalization of the State by Elizabeth Lunstrum

Articles (continued)

Green and Gray: New Ideologies of Nature in Urban Sustainability Policy by David Wachsmuth and Hillary Angelo

Open Access: Multiscale Measures of Population: Within- and between-City Variation in Exposure to the Sociospatial Context by Ana Petrovic, Maarten van Ham, and David Manley

Dig Your Own Well: A Political Ecology of Rural Institutions in Western Sub-Saharan Africa by Leif V. Brottem

Cities as Catalysts of Gendered Social Change? Reflections from Zambia by Alice Evans

Open Access: Understanding the Impacts of Human Mobility on Accessibility Using Massive Mobile Phone Tracking Data by Bi Yu Chen, Yafei Wang, Donggen Wang, Qingquan Li, William H. K. Lam, and Shih-Lung Shaw

Deathscapes of Settler Colonialism: The Necro-Settlement of Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada by Adam J. Barker

Measuring Spatial Data Fitness-for-Use through Multiple Criteria Decision Making by Elizabeth A. Wentz and Melinda Shimizu

Characterizing Diffusion Dynamics of Disease Clustering: A Modified Space–Time DBSCAN (MST-DBSCAN) Algorithm by Fei-Ying Kuo, Tzai-Hung Wen, and Clive E. Sabe