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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 110, Issue 4, July 2020 of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now availableA 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: Geographic Methods; Human Geography; Nature and Society; and Physical Geography, Earth, and Environmental Sciences.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read  The Morphology of Marronage by Willie Jamaal Wright for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents

Free Access: The Morphology of Marronage by Willie Jamaal Wright

Open Access: Attentional Social Media: Mapping the Spaces and Networks of the Fashion Industry  by Ate Poorthuis, Dominic Power & Matthew Zook

Thresholds of Empire: Women, Biosecurity, and the Zika Chemical Vector Program in Puerto Rico by Paige Marie Patchin

America’s “Thrifty Food Plan”: Hunger, Mathematics, and the Valuation of Nutrition Assistance by Angela M. Babb

Hemispheric- and Continental-Scale Patterns of Similarity in Mountain Tundra by George P. Malanson, Risto Virtanen, Andrea J. Britton, Borja Jiménez-Alfaro, Hong Qian, Alessandro Petraglia, Marcello Tomaselli, David Cooper, Christian Damm, Richard H. Pemble, & Robert B. Brett

How Entrenched Is the Spatial Structure of Inequality in Cities? Evidence from the Integration of Census and Housing Data for Denver from 1940 to 2016 by Dylan Shane Connor, Myron P. Gutmann, Angela R. Cunningham, Kerri Keller Clement & Stefan Leyk

When the Vertical Becomes Horizontal: Experiencing Exploding Mountains in Borderlands by Amy Donovan

Planning with Climate Change? A Poststructuralist Approach to Climate Change Adaptation by Sébastien Dujardin

Forecaster Perceptions and Climatological Analysis of the Influence of Convective Mode on Tornado Climatology and Warning Success by Kelsey N. Ellis, Daniel Burow, Kelly N. Gassert, Lisa Reyes Mason & Megan S. Porter

Embodied Exhibits: Toward a Feminist Geographic Courtroom Ethnography by Caroline Faria, Sarah Klosterkamp, Rebecca Maria Torres & Jayme Walenta 

Articles (continued)

Open Access:Acoustic Ecologies: Architecture, Nature, and Modernist Experimentation in West Berlin by Sandra Jasper

Open Access: Building Hierarchies of Retail Centers Using Bayesian Multilevel Models by Sam Comber, Daniel Arribas-Bel, Alex Singleton, Guanpeng Dong & Les Dolega

Intensifying Political Geographies of Authoritarianism: Toward an Anti-geopolitics of Garment Worker Struggles in Neoliberal Cambodia by Sabina Lawreniuk

Law as Geopolitics: Judicial Territory, Transnational Economic Governance, and American Power by Shaina Potts

The Right to Light: Visibility and Government in the Rio Grande Valley Colonias by Michal Braier

Race and the Geographies of Education: Markets, White Tone, and Racial Neoliberalism by Mark Hunter

Incubators at the Frontiers of Capital: An Ethnographic Encounter with Startup Weekend in Khayelitsha, Cape Town by Andrea Pollio

Scalar Politics and Uneven Accessibility to Intercity Railway in the Pearl River Delta, China by Mengmeng Zhang, Jiang Xu & Calvin King Lam Chung

The Place of Common Bond: Can Credit Unions Make Place for Solidarity Economy? by Marianna Pavlovskaya, Craig Borowiak, Maliha Safri, Stephen Healy & Robert Eletto


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