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. 106, No. 1, January

Ethno-Territoriality and Ethnic Conflict
Territory is a fundamental basis of the modern sovereign-state system, and a common objective over which wars are fought. Identification with, and assertion of authority over, territory is also a central component of ethno-nationalist politics. At...
Geographical Review: A Renewed Review
Exactly 100 years ago, the "new" Geographical Review published its first issue. It succeeded another publication--entitled the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society--which had been published since 1859 and had chronicled the rise of professional...
Hispanic Immigrants' Vulnerabilities to Flood and Hurricane Hazards in Two United States Metropolitan Areas
INTRODUCTION A substantial body of research has focused on the vulnerability of racial/ethnic minorities to hazards and disasters. This work has lumped people with diverse characteristics into general groups, such as "Hispanic" or "Latino/a" (Bolin...
Prelude to Brazil: Leo Waibel's American Career as a Displaced Scholar
If you, Herr Dean [of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bonn], have posted a copy of your communication to me on the bulletin board of your university, it would gratify me to have this reply of mine receive the same honour. Perhaps some...
Regional Differences in Affluent Black and Affluent White Residential Outcomes
The South has arguably served as the cultural hearth of the African-American community during most the nation's history. However, a well-documented exodus of African-Americans occurred during the first half of the twentieth century as black people...
The Korean Folk Custom Forbidding the Establishment of Water Wells
A well-known witty and humorous Korean legend tells the story of tricking a covetous rich merchant from Seoul into buying water from the free-flowing Taedong River by convincing him that he could sell the water for domestic consumption. The background...
The Uneven Landscape of California's Historical Landmarks
CALIFORNIA'S HISTORICAL LANDMARKS The term "California" evokes varied images in the minds of its citizens, and also visitors to the Golden State. These may be influenced by the early exploration of the area by the Spanish and others, the Catholic...
Yesterday's Freeway Network of Tomorrow
It is often said that the future is not what it used to be, and perhaps for no topic is this truer than for transportation (Corn and Horrigan 1984; Benford 2010). Movies, comic books, and television promised gyrocopters, flying cars, and jetpacks among...
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