AAG Newsletter

AAG Newsletter: May 2015

MAY 2015 Welcome to the Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). For more up-to-date news, stories, and announcements, read PRESIDENT'S COLUMN Domosh How We Hurt Each Other Every Day, and What We Might Do About It By Mona Domosh For those who do not experience their ill effects, it is difficult to recognize the ways…
Continue Reading »
AAG Newsletter

AAG Newsletter: April 2015

APRIL 2015 Welcome to the Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). For more up-to-date news, stories, and announcements, read PRESIDENT'S COLUMN Domosh The Costs (and Benefits?) of Constant Counting By Mona Domosh I’m a 24; well, only on Google scholar (the more inclusive research “platform”). Otherwise, on Thomson Reuters’ Web of Science, I’m a 12. For…
Continue Reading »
AAG Newsletter

AAG Newsletter: March 2015

MARCH 2015 Welcome to the Newsletter of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). For more up-to-date news, stories, and announcements, read PRESIDENT'S COLUMN Domosh Curating the AAG By Mona Domosh Even more accurate than the first daffodil as a mark of spring’s approach is the onset of my recurring anxiety dream. It goes like this: I’m walking…
Continue Reading »
AAG Newsletter

AAG Newsletter: January 2015

JANUARY 2014 Highlights from the newsletter of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). For more up-to-date news, stories, and announcements, read the AAG Newsletter regularly at PRESIDENT'S COLUMN The Not-So-Silent Majority Domosh By Mona Domosh The numbers are staggering: the majority (according to the AAUP, 56 percent) of academics teaching in American universities and colleges are contingent faculty, defined…
Continue Reading »
AAG Newsletter

AAG Newsletter: December 2014

DECEMBER 2014 Highlights from the newsletter of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). For more up-to-date news, stories, and announcements, read the AAG Newsletter regularly at PRESIDENT'S COLUMN Caregiving and Conference-Going Domosh By Mona Domosh I sense what many of you are thinking: the title of this column is a contradiction in terms. Caregiving almost always means staying close…
Continue Reading »