The Geographical Review

The Geographical Review is a scholarly publication devoted to geography. The Geographical Review publishes authoritative articles on all aspects of geography. In addition, The Geographical Review includes reviews of recent books, monographs, and atlases in geography and related fields.

Articles from Vol. 102, No. 1, January

Chiricahua Apache Homeland in the Borderland Southwest
Fort Bowie National Historic Site is located in Apache Pass, which separates the Dos Cabezas Mountains from the Chiricahua Mountains in southeastern Arizona. The fort, a strategic site in the U.S. relations with the Chiricahua Apache, closed as a military...
"Galicia's Hurricane": Actor Networks and Iconic Constructions
In 1999 Manuel Fraga Iribarne, president of the autonomous Spanish region of Galicia, ordered the construction of the Cidade da Cultura (CdC), an emblematic, six-building complex dedicated to the preservation, celebration, and production of Galician...
Hills as Resources and Resistances in Syracuse, New York
Though emphatically rejecting environmental determinism, modern geography has not ceased to be influenced by it. The influence has been negative rather than positive, however, felt less in the topics geographers have studied than in some they have...
Regulating Public Space on the Beachfronts of Rio De Janeiro
New Year's Eve is one of the biggest celebrations in Rio de Janeiro. Copacabana Beach, where outdoor stages feature holiday shows, boasts the largest festivities. Since 1976, when the Meridien Hotel first sponsored a beachfront fireworks display, Reveillon...
Religion in Sin City
Religion may be the last thing that comes to mind when people think about Las Vegas. Jud Wilhite, a pastor at a large local nondenominational church, recalled his attempt to convince a Virginia woman that churches actually do exist in the city. Her...
The Driving Forces of Land Change in the Northern Piedmont of the United States
The Northern Piedmont is an integral part of Megalopolis, the corridor of U.S. coastal cities and land use that Jean Gottmann identified in 1961 as a new type of human settlement. Gottmann described the new types of social and economic interaction...
Western Range Boundaries of Floodplain Trees in the Southeastern United States
The distribution and abundance of many trees in the southeastern United States are determined by climate (Davis 1981; Bartlein, Prentice, and Webb 1986; Woodward 1987). Latitudinal range boundaries at a regional scale are generally associated with...
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