June 2020 Issue of ‘GeoHumanities’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 6, Issue 1 (June 2020) 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 “Forgetting the Stories Would Be Catastrophic”: Writing the Oral and Protecting the Place in the Poems of Temsula Ao and Esther Syiem by Sayantan Chakraborty 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
The Forest as Contested Landscape in Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer by Anne McConnell & Thomas Saladyga
Free Access: “Forgetting the Stories Would Be Catastrophic”: Writing the Oral and Protecting the Place in the Poems of Temsula Ao and Esther Syiem by Sayantan Chakraborty
Communities of Reception: Television Esthetics and Locality in Midcentury America by Phillip J. Hutchison
What Could Wild Life Be? Etho-ethnographic Fables on Human-Animal Kinship by Phillip Vannini & April Vannini
Stakes and Stakeholders in the Climate Casino by Matthew Archer
Practices and Curations
Water Has Memory by Thomas Hallock
Encountering Emotions at Saint Brigid’s Well by Richard Scriven
A Brief Word on Ethics by Joe Gerlach
How Not to Think about Climate Change by Joel Wainwright