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《历史地理学杂志》08年目录   

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Journal of Historical Geography

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Volume 34, Issue 1, Pages 1-190 (January 2008)

1. Editorial board

 

2. Mapping the early modern state: the work of Ignaz Ambros Amman, 1782–1812

Pages 1-23

Philip D. Wolfart

3. Popular geographies and scholarly geographies in provincial France: the Société Normande de Géographie, 1879–1937

Pages 24-47

Hugh Clout

4.Situating the imperial archive: the Royal Empire Society Library, 1868–1945

Pages 48-67

Ruth Craggs

 

5. Properties of ancient landscape: the present prehistoric in twentieth-century Breckland

Pages 68-93

David Matless

 

6. ‘Everything is made of atoms’: the reprogramming of space and time in post-war London

Pages 94-117

Richard Hornsey

 

7. Beyond ‘the toad beneath the harrow’: geographies of ecological science, 1959–1965

Pages 118-137

Mark Toogood

 

·Roundtable

 

8. Mapping irish colonialism: a round-table

Pages 138-166

Gerry Kearns

·Conference report

 

9. Geographies of nineteenth-century science

Pages 167-170

Jennifer M. Gold

·Obituary

 

10. Harold S.A. Fox, 1945–2007

Pages 171-174

Alan R.H. Baker

·Reviews

 

11. David Robertson, Hard as the Rock Itself: Place and Identity in the American Mining Town , University Press of Colorado, Boulder (2006) xiv + 216 pages, US$50 hardback.

Pages 175-176

Diane Barthel-Bouchier

12. Paul Basu, Highland Homecomings: Genealogy and Heritage Tourism in the Scottish Diaspora , Routledge, London (2006) xv + 256 pages, £24.95 paperback.

Pages 176-178

David Harvey

 

13. Geoffrey Blainey, A History of Victoria , Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2006) x + 304 pages, £19.99.

Pages 178-180

J.M. Powell

 

14.William W. Dunmire, Gardens of New Spain: How Mediterranean Plants and Foods Changed America , University of Texas Press, Austin (2004) xviii + 375 pages, US$65.00 hardback.

Pages 180-182

Kent Mathewson

 

15. Fred Gray, Designing the Seaside: Architecture, Society and Nature , Reaktion, London (2006) 336 pages, £29 hardback.

Pages 182-183

Anthony Gristwood

 

16. Jack Temple Kirby, Mockingbird Song: Ecological Landscapes of the South , University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill (2006) xx + 355 pages, US$29.95 hardback.

Pages 184-185

Craig E. Colten

 

17. Hélène Blais and Isabelle Laboulais, Editors, Géographies plurielles: les sciences géographiques au moment de l'émergence des sciences humaines (1750–1850), L'Harmattan, Paris (2006) 349 pages, ?0 paperback.

Pages 185-187

Michael Heffernan

 

18. David Lambert and Alan Lester, Editors, Colonial Lives Across the British Empire: Imperial Careering in the Long Nineteenth Century, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2006) xv + 376 pages, £55 hardback.

Pages 187-189

Cheryl McEwan

 

19. Richard Pillsbury, Editor, Geography, Volume 2, The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill (2006) xviii + 224 pages, US$19.95 paperback.

Pages 189-190

Jamie Winders

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Volume 34, Issue 2, Pages 191-392 (April 2008)

 

1.Editorial board

 

2. London versus Sydney, 1815–1823: the politics of colonial architecture

Pages 191-219

Michael Rosenthal

 

3. Pastoralism and politics: reinterpreting contests for territory in Auckland Province, New Zealand, 1853–1864

Pages 220-241

Vaughan Wood, Tom Brooking, Peter Perry

 

4.Brutes, beasts and empire: veterinary medicine and environmental policy in French North Africa and British India

Pages 242-267

Diana K. Davis

 

5. The quest for a census of the British Empire c.1840–1940

Pages 268-285

A.J. Christopher

 

6.Indexing the great ledger of the community: urban house numbering, city directories, and the production of spatial legibility

Pages 286-310

Reuben S. Rose-Redwood

 

7. From trusteeship to development: how class and gender complicated Kenya's housing policy, 1939–1963

Pages 311-337

Richard Harris

 

8.Academic travel from Cambridge University and the formation of centres of knowledge, 1885–1954

Pages 338-362

Heike Jöns

·Review Article

 

9. On learning to love landscape

Pages 363-370

Paul F. Starrs

·Reviews

 

10. Peter Scott, Triumph of the South: A Regional Economic History of Early Twentieth Century Britain , Ashgate, Aldershot (2007) 344 pages, £60 hardback.

Pages 371-373

Brian Short

 

11. Blair A. Ruble, Creating Diversity Capital: Transnational Migrants in Montreal, Washington, and Kyiv , Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Washington, DC (2005) 256 pages, US$22.95 paperback.

Pages 373-375

Nathaniel Lewis

 

12. Marcel Mazoyer and Laurence Roudart (translated by James H. Membrez) , A History of World Agriculture: from the Neolithic Age to the Current Crisis , Earthscan, London (2006) 528 pages, £22.95 paperback.

Pages 375-376

Paul Brassley

 

13.Tim Ingold, Lines: a Brief History , Routledge, London (2007) 186 pages, £19.99 paperback.

Pages 377-378

Lisa Hill

 

14.Daniel Gorman, Imperial Citizenship: Empire and the Question of Belonging , Manchester University Press, Manchester (2006) xi + 243 pages, £55 hardback.

Pages 378-380

Lindsay Proudfoot

 

15.H.R. French and R.W. Hoyle, The Character of English Rural Society: Earls Colne, 1550–1750 , Manchester University Press, Manchester (2007) xxv + 309 pages, £60 hardback.

Pages 381-382

Ian Whyte

 

16. Laura Lee Downs and Stéphane Gerson, Editors, Why France? American Historians Reflect on an Enduring Fascination, Cornell University Press, Ithaca (2007) 242 pages, £15.95 paperback.

Pages 382-384

Hugh Clout

 

17.William J. Turkel, The Archive of Place: Unearthing the Pasts of the Chilcotin Plateau , University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver (2007) 352 pages, CDN$32.95 paperback.

Pages 384-386

Sarah de Leeuw

 

18.Mariano Artigas, Thomas F. Glick and Rafael A. Martinez, Negotiating Darwin: The Vatican Confronts Evolution 1877–1902 , Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore (2006) 326 pages, £33.50 hardback.

Pages 386-388

David N. Livingstone

 

19.Kay Anderson, Race and the Crisis of Humanism , Routledge, London (2007) x+226 pages, £18.95 paperback.

Pages 388-390

Alan Lester

 

20. Noble David Cook with Alexandra Parma Cook , People of the Volcano: Andean Counterpoint in the Colca Valley of Peru , Duke University Press, London (2007) xv + 320 pages, US$84.95 hardback.

Pages 390-392

Daniel W. Gade

 

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Volume 34, Issue 3, Pages 393-552 (July 2008)

Feature: Politics and scale in boundary-making

 

1. Editorial board

·Feature: Politics and scale in boundary-making

 

2.Politics and scale in boundary-making: the work of boundary commissions

Pages 393-396

John W. Donaldson

 

3.Laying it down in stone: delimiting and demarcating Iraq's boundaries by mixed international commission

Pages 397-421

Richard N. Schofield

 

4. The role of the Irish boundary commission in the entrenchment of the Irish border: from tactical panacea to political liability

Pages 422-447

K.J. Rankin

 

5. Linguistic boundaries and geopolitical interests: the Albanian boundary commissions, 1878–1926

Pages 448-470

Nicola C. Guy

 

6. Pillars and perspective: demarcation of the Belgian Congo–Northern Rhodesia boundary

Pages 471-493

John W. Donaldson

 

7. Boundary commissions as tools to safeguard British interests at the end of empire

Pages 494-515

Lucy Chester

·Conference report

 

8.‘Temps, espace et modernités’

Pages 516-520

Brian S. Osborne

 

·Reviews

 

9.Robert Freestone, Designing Australia's Cities: Culture, Commerce and the City Beautiful, 1900–1930 , University of New South Wales Press, Sydney (2007) viii + 325 pages, AUS$49.95 paperback.

Pages 521-523

J.M. Powell

 

10.Graham Robb, The Discovery of France , Picador, London (2007) xvii + 455 pages, £18.99 hardback.

Pages 523-525

Hugh Clout

 

11.Helen Tilley and Robert J. Gordon, Ordering Africa: Anthropology, European Imperialism, and the Politics of Knowledge , Manchester University Press, Manchester (2007) xiv + 390 pages, £60 hardback.

Pages 525-526

Garth A. Myers

 

12. Brian Short, Charles Watkins and John Martin, Editors, The Front Line of Freedom: British Farming in the Second World War, British Agricultural History Society, Exeter (2006) xvi + 238 pages, £17.50 paperback.

Pages 527-528

Keith Halfacree

 

13. Charles Watkins and Ben Cowell, Editors, Letters of Uvedale Price (The 68th Volume of the Walpole Society), Maney Publishing, Leeds (2006) 359 pages, £57 hardback.

Pages 528-531

Beryl Hartley

 

14.Roger Lovegrove, Silent Fields: The Long Decline of a Nation's Wildlife , Oxford University Press, Oxford (2006) xii + 404 pages, £25 hardback.

Pages 531-533

Charles Watkins

 

15. W.V. Harris, Editor, Rethinking the Mediterranean, Oxford University Press, Oxford (2005) xxvi + 436 pages, £71 hardback.

Pages 533-535

Russell King

 

16.Kitty Hauser, Shadow Sites: Photography, Archaeology, and the British Landscape 1927–1955 , Oxford University Press, Oxford (2007) xii + 314 pages, £65 hardback.

Pages 535-537

David Matless

 

17.Valerie Kivelson, Cartographies of Tsardom. The Land and Its Meanings in Seventeenth-Century Russia , Cornell University Press, London (2006) xiv + 263 pages, £14.95 paperback.

Pages 537-539

Nick Baron

 

18.Stephen Legg, Spaces of Colonialism. Delhi's Urban Governmentalities , Blackwell, Oxford (2007) xvi + 252 pages, £24.99 paperback.

Pages 539-540

Richard Harris

 

19.James S. Duncan, In the Shadow of the Tropics: Climate, Race and Biopower in Nineteenth Century Ceylon , Ashgate, Aldershot (2007) xvi + 212 pages, £55 hardback.

Pages 540-543

Jamie Lorimer

 

20.James R. Akerman and Robert W. Karrow Jr., Maps: Finding Our Place in the World , University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2007) 336 pages, US$55 hardback; Mark Monmonier, From Squaw Tit to Whorehouse Meadow: How Maps Name, Claim, and Inflame, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2006, 230 pages, US$25 hardback.

Pages 543-545

Elizabeth Baigent

 

21.John Benhart Jr., Appalachian Aspirations: The Geography of Urbanization and Development in the Upper Tennessee River Valley, 1865–1900 , University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville (2007) 240 pages, US$38 hardback.

Pages 545-547

Dawn M. Drake

 

22.Anthony Webster, The Debate on the Rise of the British Empire , Manchester University Press, Manchester (2006) x + 198 pages, £50 hardback.

Pages 547-551

Lindsay Proudfoot

 

23.In: Stéphane Castonguay, Editor, Penser l'histoire environnementale du Québec: societe, territoire, et ecologie, Globe: Revue internationale d'etudes quebecoises 9 (1) (2006). In: Stéphane Castonguay, Editor, L'histoire environnmentale, Revue d'histoire de l'amerique francaise 60 (1–2) (ete-automne 2006).

Pages 551-552

Neil S. Forkey

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Volume 34, Issue 4, Pages 553-688 (October 2008)

Science and Geopolitics: the International Geophysical Year, 1957-8

 

1.Editorial board

 

2. Announcing the 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers

Pages 553-554

Felix Driver, Graeme Wynn

·Science and Geopolitics: the International Geophysical Year, 1957-8

 

3.Assault on the unknown: the historical and political geographies of the International Geophysical Year (1957–8)

Pages 555-573

Christy Collis, Klaus Dodds

 

4.The IGY and the ice sheet: surveying Antarctica

Pages 574-595

Simon Naylor, Katrina Dean, Martin Siegert

 

5.Reluctant collaborators: Argentina and Chile in Antarctica during the International Geophysical Year, 1957–58

Pages 596-617

Adrian Howkins

 

6.Science, sovereignty and nation: Canada and the legacy of the International Geophysical Year, 1957–1958

Pages 618-638

Richard C. Powell

 

7.Who goes there? Science, fiction, and belonging in Antarctica

Pages 639-657

Elena Glasberg

·Reviews

 

8.David Woodward, Editor, The History of Cartography, Volume Three: Cartography in the European Renaissance, University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2007), p. 2272 Pages, US$400 hardback.

Pages 658-661

Robert J. Mayhew

 

9.Thomas Zeller, Driving Germany: the Landscape of the German Autobahn, 1930–1970 , Berghahn Books, Oxford (2007) 289 pages, £50 hardback.

Pages 661-663

Peter Merriman

 

10.Miles Ogborn, Indian Ink: Script and Print in the Making of the English East India Company , Chicago University Press, Chicago (2007) 288 pages, US$40 cloth.

Pages 663-665

Sujit Sivasundaram

 

11.David A. Postles, Social Geographies in England (1200–1640) , New Academia Publishing, Washington DC (2007) 388 pages, US$26 paperback.

Pages 665-666

Ian Whyte

 

12.Nicola J. Watson, The Literary Tourist: Readers and Places in Romantic and Victorian Britain , Palgrave, London (2007) viii + 244 pages, £45 hardback.

Pages 666-668

Adeline Johns-Putra

 

13.Sarah McCarthy, Bernhard Nurse and David Gaimster, Making History: Antiquaries in Britain, 1707–2007 , Royal Academy of Arts, London (2007) 268 pages, £22.95 paperback.

Pages 668-669

Hilary Geoghegan

 

14.Hayden Lorimer and Charles W.J. Withers, Editors, Geographers Biobibliographical Studies, Volume 26, Continuum, London (2007) xi + 167 pages, £90 hardback.

Pages 669-672

James D. Sidaway

 

15.Roy Jones and Brian Shaw, Geographies of Australian Heritages: Loving a Sunburnt Country? , Ashgate, Aldershot (2007) 248 pages, £55 hardback.

Pages 672-674

Christy Collis

 

16.Jake Kosek, Understories: the Political Life of Forests in Northern New Mexico , Duke University Press, Durham (2006) xx + 380 pages, US$84.95 cloth.

Pages 674-675

Andrew Baldwin

 

17.Lolita Gutiérrez Brockington, Blacks, Indians, and Spaniards in the Eastern Andes: Reclaiming the Forgotten in Colonial Mizque, 1550–1782 , University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln (2007) xiv + 342 pages, US$45.00 hardback.

Pages 676-677

David J. Robinson

 

18.Harold J. Cook, Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine, and Science in the Dutch Golden Age , Yale University Press, New Haven & London (2007) xiv + 562 pages, £25 hardback.

Pages 677-679

Miles Ogborn

 

19.Catherine Hall and Sonya O. Rose, Editors, At Home with the Empire: Metropolitan Culture and the Imperial World, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2007) ix + 338 pages, £17.99 paperback.

Pages 679-681

Shompa Lahiri

 

20.Guy Beiner, Remembering the Year of the French. Irish Folk History and Social Memory , University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin (2007) 466 pages, £28.95 hardback.

Pages 681-683

Yvonne Whelan

 

21.Nicholas B. Breyfogle, Abby Schrader and Willard Sunderland, Editors, Peopling the Russian Periphery: Borderland Colonization in Eurasian history, Routledge, London (2007) xvi + 288 pages, £80 hardback.

Pages 683-684

Dominique Moran

 

22.Peter Ackroyd, Thames: Sacred River , Chatto and Windus, London (2007) 456 pages, £25 hardback.

Pages 684-685

Stuart Oliver

 

23. Stephanie Barczewski, Antarctic Destinies: Scott, Shackleton and the Changing Face of Heroism , Continuum, London (2007) 417 pages, £25 hardback.

Pages 685-687

Elizabeth Baigent

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