June 2019 Issue of ‘GeoHumanities’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 5, Issue 1 (June 2019) 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 #OurChangingClimate: Building Networks of Community Resilience Through Social Media and Design, by Sheryl-Ann Simpson, N. Claire Napawan & Brett Snyder for free. To access the most recent issue of GeoHumanities click here.
AAG members receive online access to all past and current issues of GeoHumanities— go to the Members Only page and log in using your AAG member ID and password, then choose Publications on the top menu and navigate to the AAG Journals page.
Table of Contents
Open Access: #OurChangingClimate: Building Networks of Community Resilience Through Social Media and Design, by Sheryl-Ann Simpson, N. Claire Napawan & Brett Snyder
Retelling Time in Grassroots Sustainable Economy Movements, by Michelle Bastian
Affect and Emotion with A World at Stake, by Sigurd Solhaug Nielsen & Stuart C. Aitken
Postphenomenology and Method: Styles for Thinking the (Non)Human, by James Ash & Paul Simpson
Community-Based Public Art and Gentrification in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, by Teréz Szőke & Kate Parizeau
Henry James, Cartographer: Charting the Hologram of Venice in Italian Hours, by Lindsey Holmes
Practices and Curations
What’s the Matter with Ghost Stories?, by John Paul Jones III
Performing Social Media: Artistic Approaches to Analyzing Big Data, by Tess Osborne, Emily Warner, Phil Ian Jones & Bernd Resch
“The Sky Is Hidden”: On the Opening Up of Language and National Borders, by Paul Magee, Elena Isayev & Aref Hussaini