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Every month the AAG compiles a list of newly-published books in geography and related fields. Some are selected for review in the AAG Review of Books. Anyone interested in reviewing these or other titles should contact the Editor-in-Chief, Kent Mathewson (kentm [at] lsu [dot] edu). Listed below are the books received from publishers in the last month.

February 2019

Agent-Based Modelling and Geographical Information Systems: A Practical Primer by Andrew Crooks, Nicolas Malleson, Ed Manley, and Alison Heppenstall (Sage Publishing 2019)

All Possible Worlds: A History of Geographical Ideas (Fourth Edition) by Geoffrey J. Martin (Oxford University Press 2005)

Borders, Mobility and Belonging in the Era of Brexit and Trump by Mary Gilmartin, Patricia Wood and Cian O’Callaghan (Policy Press 2018)

Citizens in Motion: Emigration, Immigration, and Re-migration Across China’s Borders by Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho (Stanford University Press 2018)

Conversations with Gary Snyder by David Stephen Calonne (ed.) (University Press of Mississippi 2019)

The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception by David Beer (Sage Publishing 2019)

Digital Economies at Global Margins by Mark Graham (ed.) (The MIT Press 2019)

Downward Spiral: El Helicoide’s Descent from Mall to Prison by Celeste Olalquiaga and Lisa Blackmore (eds.) (UR Books 2019)

The Environment and International History by Scott Kaufman (Bloomsbury Academic 2018)

Erased: The Untold Story of the Panama Canal by Marixa Lasso (Harvard University Press 2019)

Evergreen Ash: Ecology and Catastrophe in Old Norse Myth and Literature by Christopher Abram (University of Virginia Press 2019)

Geographers: Biobibliographical Studies, Volume 37 by Elizabeth Baigent & André Reyes Novaes (eds.) (Bloomsbury 2018)

Golden Years?: Social Inequality in Later Life by Deborah Carr (Russell Sage Foundation 2019)

The Indian Caribbean: Migration and Identity in the Diaspora by Lomarsh Roopnarine (University Press of Mississippi 2019)

Infrastructure, Environment, and Life in the Anthropocene by Kregg Hetherington (ed.) (Duke University Press 2019)

The Invention of Rivers: Alexander’s Eye and Ganga’s Descent by Dilip da Cunha (University of Pennsylvania Press 2019)

Latina/o Studies by Ronald L. Mize (Polity 2018)

Location Covering Models: History, Applications and Advancements by Richard L. Church and Alan Murray (Springer 2018)

Memorials Matter: Emotion, Environment and Public Memory at American Historical Sites by Jennifer K. Ladino (University of Nevada Press 2019)

North Pole: Nature and Culture by Michael Bravo (Reaktion Books 2018)

The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Central Banking by David G. Mayes, Pierre L. Siklos, and Jan-Egbert Sturm (eds.) (Oxford University Press 2019)

Planet of the Grapes: A Geography of Wine by Robert Sechrist (Praeger 2017)

Rebranding China: Contested Status Signaling in the Changing Global Order by Xiaoyu Pu (Stanford University Press 2019)

Rupture: The Crisis of Liberal Democracy by Manuel Castells (Polity Books 2018)

Rural People and Communities in the 21st Century: Resilience and Transformation, 2nd Edition by David L. Brown, Kai A. Schafft (Wiley-Blackwell 2018)

The Spanish Craze: America’s Fascination with the Hispanic World, 1779–1939 by Richard L. Kagan (University of Nebraska Press 2019)

Switching to ArcGIS Pro from ArcMap by Maribeth H. Price (Esri Press 2019)

Tom Petty and Philosophy: We Need to Know by Randall E. Auxier and Megan Volpert (eds.) (Open Court 2018)

Ukraine and the Art of Strategy by Lawrence Freedman (Oxford University Press 2019)

Uncertain Citizenship: Everyday Practices of Bolivian Migrants in Chile by Megan Ryburn (University of California Press 2018)

Upton Sinclair: California Socialist, Celebrity Intellectual by Lauren Coodley (University of Nebraska Press 2019)

Vast Expanses: A History of the Oceans by Helen Rozwadowski (Reaktion Books 2018)

Water Resources Planning: Fundamentals for an Integrated Framework (Fourth Edition) by Andrew A. Dzurik, Tara Shenoy Kulkarni, and Bonnie Kranzer Boland (Rowman and Littlefield 2018)