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New geography books

Every month the AAG compiles a list of newly-published books in geography and related areas. Some are selected for review in the AAG Review of Books.

Publishers are welcome to send new volumes to the Editor-in-Chief (Kent Mathewson, Editor-in-Chief, AAG Review of Books, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803).

Anyone interested in reviewing these or other titles should also contact the Editor-in-Chief.

April 2018

After Extinction by Richard Grusin (ed.) (University of Minnesota Press 2018)

Brazil and Climate Change: Beyond the Amazon by Eduardo Viola and Matías Franchini (Routledge 2018)

Buildings of New Orleans by Karen Kingsley and Lake Douglas (Univeristy of Virginia Press 2018)

China: A Geographical Perspective by David W.S Wong, Kenneth K.K Wong, Him Chung, and James J. Wang (Guilford Press 2018)

Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Life by Marcus Anthony Hunter and Zandria F. Robinson (University of California Press 2018)

Dinner with Darwin: Food, Drink, and Evolution by Jonathan Silvertown (University of Chicago Press 2018)

Empire by Invitation: William Walker and Manifest Destiny in Central America by Michel Gobat (Harvard University Press 2018)

Endless Caverns: An Underground Journey into the Show Caves of Appalachia by Douglas Reichert Powell (University of North Carolina Press 2018)

The Epochs of Nature by Georges-Louis Leclerc (trans. & eds. Jan Zalasiewicz, Anne-Sophie Milon, and Mateusz Zalasiewicz) (Univeristy of Chicago Press 2018)

Geography of Small Islands: Outposts of Globalization by Beate M. W. Ratter (Springer International Publishing 2018)

George Washington's Washington: Visions for the National Capital in the Early American Republic by Adam Costanzo (University of Georgia Press 2018)

A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet by Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore (University of California Press 2018)

Immigrant Pastoral: Midwestern Landscapes and Mexican-American Neighborhoods by Susan Dieterlen (Routledge 2015)

Island, River, and Field: Landscape Archaeology in the Llanos de Mojos by John H. Walker (University of New Mexico Press 2018)

Linking Gender to Climate Change Impacts in the Global South by Shouraseni Sen Roy (Springer International Publishing 2018)

Mapping the Middle East by Zayde Antrim (Reaktion Books 2018)

The Nature State: Rethinking the History of Conservation by Wilko Graf von Hardenberg, Matthew Kelly, Claudia Leal, and Emily Wakild (eds.) (Routledge 2017)

Navigating Ethnicity: Segregation, Placemaking, and Difference by David H. Kaplan (Rowman and Littlefield 2018)

Pictures of a Gone City: Tech and the Dark Side of Prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area by Richard A. Walker (PM Press 2018)

Plantation Crops, Plunder, and Power: Evolution and Exploitation by James F. Hancock (Routledge 2017)

Public Privates: Feminist Geographies of Mediated Spaces by Marcia R. England (University of Nebraska Press 2018)

Religion, Space, and the Atlantic World by John Corrigan (ed.) (University of South Carolina Press 2018)

Renew Orleans? Globalized Development and Worker Resistance After Katrina by Aaron Schneider (University of Minnesota Press 2018)

Report of an Inquiry into an Injustice: Begade Shutagot'ine and the Sahtu Treaty by Peter Kulchyski (University of Manitoba Press 2018)

Rivers of the Anthropocene by Jason M. Kelly, Philip Scarpino, Helen Berry, James Syvitski, and Michel Meybeck (eds.) (University of California Press 2018)

Ciudad Juárez: Saga of a Legendary Border City by Oscar J. Martínez (University of Arizona Press 2018)

Topoi/Graphein: Mapping the Middle in Spatial Thought by Christian Abrahamsson (University of Nebraska Press 2018)

Wired Into Nature: The Telegraph and the North American Frontier by James Schwoch (University of Illinois Press 2018)

Words of Passage: National Longing and the Imagined Lives of Mexican Migrants by Hilary Parsons Dick (University of Texas Press 2018)