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. 93, No. 3, July

American National Identity and the Progress of the New South in National Geographic Magazine*
From the earliest days of the United States, the South has been portrayed as different from the rest of the country. One scholar connects this differentiation to the interest of the new American state in shedding its image as a colony (Greeson 1999);...
Jeddah's Environmental Problems*
The Red Sea port of Jeddah is Saudi Arabia's second largest city and busiest port. It has some outstanding modern architecture, and its cosmopolitan ambience has made it a most attractive place to live. Rapid population growth in recent decades and...
Social Capital, Development, and Indigenous Politics in Ecuadorian Amazonia*
In August 1998 the recently elected leaders of the Federation of Indigenous Organizations of Napo (FOIN) gathered in the center of the Amazonian town of Tena, Ecuador to take their oaths of office. They sat on a stage overlooking the town's central...
Transplanting Pilgrimage Traditions in the Americas
Transplanting a pilgrimage tradition is a precarious endeavor. In theory the possibilities are endless, but in practice many difficulties must be overcome. Notions about how the sacred shows itself are carried easily enough from one land to another,...
Using Upland Forest in Shimentai Nature Reserve, China*
A protected area (PA) is essential for biodiversity, habitat conservation, and the delivery of vital ecosystem services (McNeely 1993; Utting 1993; Ceballos-Lascurain 1996). In the past few decades, many developing countries have significantly expanded...
Visions of la Geographie Humaine in Twentieth-Century France
In the western suburbs of Paris lies a remarkable property incorporating an elegant Japanese garden (Figure 1), a stretch of pine forest evocative of the Vosges, and a formal French garden. At the center stands a fine pavilion, and several detached...
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