Annual Meeting

Second Annual ‘GeoHumanities’ GeoPoetics Poetry Reading

The first annual GeoPoetics Poetry Reading was held on March 29 at the 2016 AAG Annual Meeting in San Francisco. It was organized by the editors of the new AAG journal, GeoHumanities. Cecil Giscombe, University of California - Berkeley, is pictured here during his reading. GeoHumanities has organized a GeoPoetics poetry reading to take place…
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GeoHumanities

Online art exhibition to accompany ‘GeoHumanities’ journal

The AAG’s newest journal, GeoHumanities, launched in 2015, is not only an exciting new forum for interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of geography and the humanities. It also provides the space for publishing more creative work which crosses over between the academy and practice. The “Practices and Curations” section of each issue features a range…
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Publications

AAG Publishes New ‘GeoHumanities’ Journal

This month sees the publication of the first issue of a brand new journal from the Association of American Geographers: GeoHumanities. GeoHumanities is a new kind of journal, connecting the traditional humanities to both science and the creative arts. Dr. David Green, Publishing Director International for Routledge Journals, explains: “In the past decade, there has…
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Call for Papers

Call for Papers: New ‘GeoHumanities’ Journal

While the discipline of geography has traditionally embraced and contributed to the humanities, there has been a remarkable resurgence in the past decade of intellectual interplay between geography and the humanities in both academic and public circles. Many humanities scholars and well-known writers and artists are increasingly incorporating geographic concepts, technologies, and methods into their…
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Theme and Events Planned Around the Launch of AAG’s New ‘GeoHumanities’ Journal

GeoHumanities, the AAG's new interdisciplinary scholarly journal, co-edited by Tim Cresswell (History and International Affairs, Northeastern University) and Deborah Dixon (Geography, University of Glasgow) will begin publication in fall 2015. GeoHumanitites seeks to publish peer-reviewed articles that span conceptual and methodological debates in geography and the humanities; critical reflections on analog and digital artistic productions;…
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New AAG Position Opening: Editorial Associate

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) has an immediate opening for the position of Editorial Associate, to be located at the AAG’s central office in Washington, DC.  In collaboration with the Managing Editor and the Production Editor, the Editorial Associate will contribute to the day-to-day operations of the AAG’s four scholarly journals: Annals of the…
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Association News

Apply Today to Join New AAG ‘GeoHumanities’ Editorial Team

The Association of American Geographers seeks applications and nominations for a team of two co-editors for a new AAG journal, to be published by Routledge titled GeoHumanities. Nominations and applications should be submitted by August 15, 2014.  The co-editors will be appointed for a four-year editorial term that will commence December 1, 2014. We anticipate…
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Association News

Editorial Team Sought for New AAG Journal ‘GeoHumanities’

The Association of American Geographers seeks applications and nominations for a team of two co-editors for a new AAG journal, to be published by Routledge titled GeoHumanities. The co-editors will be appointed for a four-year editorial term that will commence December 1, 2014. We anticipate that the team will be comprised of one editor from…
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Association News

Editorial Team Sought for New AAG Journal ‘GeoHumanities’

The Association of American Geographers seeks applications and nominations for a team of two co-editors for a new AAG journal, to be published by Routledge titled GeoHumanities.  The co-editors will be appointed for a four-year editorial term that will commence December 1, 2014.  We anticipate that the team will be comprised of one editor from…
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