The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 4, Issue 2 (December 2018) 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 Geographies of Medical and Health Humanities: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation, by Sarah de Leeuw, Courtney Donovan, Nicole Schafenacker, Robin Kearns, Pat Neuwelt, Susan Merill Squier, Cheryl McGeachan, Hester Parr, Arthur W. Frank, Lindsay-Ann Coyle, Sarah Atkinson, Nehal El-Hadi, Karen Shklanka, Caroline Shooner, Diana Beljaars & Jon Anderson for free. To access the most recent issue of GeoHumanities click here.
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Table of Contents
Open Access: Geographies of Medical and Health Humanities: A Cross-Disciplinary Conversation, by Sarah de Leeuw, Courtney Donovan, Nicole Schafenacker, Robin Kearns, Pat Neuwelt, Susan Merill Squier, Cheryl McGeachan, Hester Parr, Arthur W. Frank, Lindsay-Ann Coyle, Sarah Atkinson, Nehal El-Hadi, Karen Shklanka, Caroline Shooner, Diana Beljaars & Jon Anderson
Can Plantation Museums Do Full Justice to the Story of the Enslaved? A Discussion of Problems, Possibilities, and the Place of Memory, by E. Arnold Modlin Jr., Stephen P. Hanna, Perry L. Carter, Amy E. Potter, Candace Forbes Bright & Derek H. Alderman
Indigenous Moves: Collaborative Multimedia and Decolonial Aesthetics, by Altha J. Cravey & Michael Petit
Intimacy in Non-Western Discourses of Terrorism: An Analysis of Three Bollywood Films, by Christabel Devadoss & Gordon Cromley
Standardization, Censorship, Systems, Surveillance: Artist Perambulations Through Google Earth, by Ila Nicole Sheren
A Critique of Linguistic Capitalism: Provocation/Intervention, by Pip Thornton
(en)Vision(ing) Otherwise: Queering Visuality and Space in Lefebvre’s Production, by Eden Kinkaid
Postmemory and the Geographies of Violence at Kraing Ta Chan, Cambodia, by Samuel Henkin
Canoes, Modernity, and the Colonial Imagining of Progress, by Max Ritts, Kelsey Johnson & Jonathan Peyton
Imperial Spectacles: Spatial Visions of French Indochina in Henri Mouhot’s and Noé Filoz’s Exploration Accounts, by Olivier J.-F. Schouteden
Practices and Curations
From A Window in New England: Three Poems by Joseph Massey, by Joseph Massey
Wild Performatives: Experiments in Rewilding at the Knepp Wildland Project, by David Overend & Jamie Lorimer
The Airplane Boneyard Studio: Considering Stillness and Creative Practice from an Airplane Wing, by Susanna Castleden
Playing with Poetry: Poetic Representation of Research in Children’s Geographies of Nature and Adventurous Play, by Stephanie E. Coen, Suzanne Tillmann, Christina R. Ergler, Cara McGuire & Jason A. Gilliland
After the Election: Speaking Arabic, Speaking English, by Danya Al-Saleh
Editors’ Note of Appreciation
Index Volume 4, 2018