December 2019 Issue of ‘GeoHumanities’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 5, Issue 2 (December 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 Adding Spatial Context to the April 17, 1975 Evacuation of Phnom Penh: How Spatial Video Geonarratives Can Geographically Enrich Genocide Testimony by Andrew Curtis, James Tyner, Jayakrishnan Ajayakumar, Sokvisal Kimsroy & Kok-Chhay Ly 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
Forum on Auto-Methods in Feminist Geography
Auto-Methods in Feminist Geography by Pamela Moss & Kathryn Besio
More than “Silly Stories”: Sexual Harassment as Academic Training by Ann E. Bartos & Sarah Ives
Sticky Waddling: An Autobiography of Pregnant Embodiment in Toronto’s Crypto-Economy by Maral Sotoudehnia
Forum on Auto-Methods in Feminist Geography: Practices and Curations
Free Access: Adding Spatial Context to the April 17, 1975 Evacuation of Phnom Penh: How Spatial Video Geonarratives Can Geographically Enrich Genocide Testimony by Andrew Curtis, James Tyner, Jayakrishnan Ajayakumar, Sokvisal Kimsroy & Kok-Chhay Ly
Feeling “Brexit”: Nationalism and the Affective Politics of Movement by Angharad Closs Stephens
Earthquakes, Volcanoes and God: Comparative Perspectives from Christianity and Islam by David K. Chester, Angus M. Duncan & Janet Speake
Experiential Attunements in an Illuminated City at Night: A Pedagogical Writing Experiment by Vickie Zhang, David Kelly, Laura Rodriguez Castro, Benjamin Lucca Iaquinto, Ainsley Hughes, Tim Edensor, Campbell McKay, Michele Lobo, Melissa Kennedy, Peta Wolifson, Charishma Ratnam, Caitlin Buckle, Louise Dorignon, Elizabeth Adamczyk, Kaya Barry & David Bissell
Walter Benja-Memes by Robby Hardesty, Jess Linz & Anna J. Secor
Olfactory Attunements and Technologies: Exposing the Affective Economy of Scent by Jennifer Kitson & Kevin McHugh
Practices and Curations
Avenue (rue) Coloniale by Ceri Morgan
Routine Exposures: Reimaging the Visual Politics of Hazardous Sites by Angeliki Balayannis