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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 108, Issue 5 (September 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 Everyday Racism in Integrated Spaces: Mapping the Experiences of Students of Color at a Diversifying Predominantly White Institution by Stacy Anne Harwood, Ruby Mendenhall, Sang S. Lee, Cameron Riopelle & Margaret Browne Huntt for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents
Articles

Land Cover Change, Surface Mining, and Their Impacts on a Heavy Rain Event in the Appalachia by William Rodgers, Rezaul Mahmood, Ronald Leeper & Jun Yan

Alcohol Risk Environments, Vulnerability, and Social Inequalities in Alcohol Consumption by Niamh K. Shortt, Esther Rind, Jamie Pearce, Richard Mitchell & Sarah Curtis

Preempting the Second Contradiction: Solar Geoengineering as Spatiotemporal Fix by Kevin Surprise

Editor’s Choice: Everyday Racism in Integrated Spaces: Mapping the Experiences of Students of Color at a Diversifying Predominantly White Institution by Stacy Anne Harwood, Ruby Mendenhall, Sang S. Lee, Cameron Riopelle & Margaret Browne Huntt

Modeling the Dynamics of Community Resilience to Coastal Hazards Using a Bayesian Network by Heng Cai, Nina S. N. Lam, Lei Zou & Yi Qiang

Unsettled Sovereignty and the Sea: Mobilities and More-Than-Territorial Configurations of State Power by Elizabeth Havice

Somatic Sovereignty: Body as Territory in Colombia’s Legión del Afecto by Allison Hayes-Conroy

A New Urban Typology Model Adapting Data Mining Analytics to Examine Dominant Trajectories of Neighborhood Change: A Case of Metro Detroit by Yuchen Li & Yichun Xie

Articles (continued)

“They Turn Us into Criminals”: Embodiments of Fear in Cambodian Land Grabbing by Laura Schoenberger & Alice Beban

The Making of White Water Citizens in Australia and the Western United States: Racialization as a Transnational Project of Irrigation Governance by Kate A. Berry & Sue Jackson

Testing Indicators of Risk Populations for Theft from the Person across Space and Time: The Significance of Mobility and Outdoor Activity by Guangwen Song, Lin Liu, Wim Bernasco, Luzi Xiao, Suhong Zhou & Weiwei Liao

Examining the Effects of Objective Hurricane Risks and Community Resilience on Risk Perceptions of Hurricanes at the County Level in the U.S. Gulf Coast: An Innovative Approach by Wanyun Shao, Maaz Gardezi & Siyuan Xian

“Far Back in American Time”: Culture, Region, Nation, Appalachia, and the Geography of Voice by George Revill & John R. Gold

Mining Twitter Data for Improved Understanding of Disaster Resilience by Lei Zou, Nina S. N. Lam, Heng Cai & Yi Qiang

Resetting Neoliberal Values: Lawmaking in Malaysia’s Islamic Finance by Jessie P. H. Poon, Jane Pollard & Yew Wah Chow

Channeling Xining: Tibetan Place-Making in Western China during the Era of Commodity Housing by Andrew Grant