The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 107, Issue 3 (May 2017) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now available. A full list of contents is below.
The Annals contains original, timely, and innovative articles that advance knowledge in all facets of the discipline. Articles are divided into four major areas: Environmental Sciences; Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; and People, Place, and Region.
Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Mona Domosh’s Presidential Address Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place for free for the next two months.
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Table of Contents
Methods, Models, and GIS
A Multiscalar Approach for Identifying Clusters and Segregation Patterns That Avoids the Modifiable Areal Unit Problem by Pontus Hennerdal and Michael Meinild Nielsen
Optimal Map Classification Incorporating Uncertainty Information by Hyeongmo Koo, Yongwan Chun, and Daniel A. Griffith
Using Satellite Data on Nighttime Lights Intensity to Estimate Contemporary Human Migration Distances by Thomas Niedomysl, Ola Hall, Maria Francisca Archila Bustos, and Ulf Ernstson
Reducing Lead Exposure Risk to Vulnerable Populations: A Proactive Geographic Solution by Laura Schuch, Andrew Curtis, and Joel Davidsony
Poverty, Religious Differences, and Child Mortality in the Early Twentieth Century: The Case of Dublin by Dylan Shane Connor
Nature and Society
Contesting Moral Capital in the Economy of Expectations of an Extractive Frontier by Wolfram H. Dressler
Beyond Inclusion and Exclusion: Community Gardens as Spaces of Responsibility by Harvey Neo and C. Y. Chua
Nature and Society (Continued)
A Relational Network Vulnerability Assessment of the North Carolina Hog Industry by Elisabeth A. Stoddard and Alida Cantor
People, Place, and Region
Crip Theory and Country Boys: Masculinity, Dis/Ability, and Place in Rural Southeast Kansas by Levi Gahman
Grown Close to Home™: Migrant Farmworker (Im)mobilities and Unfreedom on Canadian Family Farms by Emily Reid-Musson
When Is the State? Topology, Temporality, and the Navigation of Everyday State Space in Delhi by D. Asher Ghertner
Physical Geography and Environmental Sciences
Temperature Influences on Salmonella Infections across the Continental United States by Christopher K. Uejio
Editors’ Choice: Genealogies of Race, Gender, and Place by Mona Domosh Free Access