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  • Alan A. Lew
    ... From: Alderman, Derek Date: Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 12:33 AM Subject: Historical Geography Special issue: Geographies of Slavery ******
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      From: Alderman, Derek <ALDERMAND@...>
      Date: Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 12:33 AM
      Subject: Historical Geography Special issue: Geographies of Slavery 

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      ANNOUNCING PUBLICATION OF SPECIAL THEME ISSUE

      Historical Geography: an annual journal of research, commentary, and reviews
      www.historical-geography.net/

      Volume 39: Geographies of Slavery
      Guest Editors:  Derek H. Alderman & G. Rebecca Dobbs

      Please note that the articles listed below relate only to the special theme.  Volume 39 also contains regular research articles, book reviews, and a distinguished plenary address. 

      For electronic copies (pdf.) of the special theme papers below, visit:
      http://myweb.ecu.edu/aldermand/HGissue/slavery.htm

      "Geographies of Slavery: Of Theory, Method, and Intervention" by Derek H. Alderman and G. Rebecca Dobbs 

      "Slavery Heritage Representations, Cultural Citizenship, and Judicial Politics in America" by Christine N. Buzinde and Iyunolu F. Osagie

      "'A Wretched and Slave-like Mode of Labor:' Slavery, Emancipation, and the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company’s Coaling Stations" by Anyaa Anim-Addo

      "The Application of GIS to the Reconstruction of the Slave-Plantation Economy of St. Croix, Danish West Indies" by Daniel Hopkins, Philip Morgan, and Justin Roberts

      "Applying the Panopticon Model to Historic Plantation Landscapes through Viewshed Analysis" by Lisa B. Randle

      "Defetishizing the Plantation: African Americans in the Memorialized South" by Perry L. Carter, David Butler, and Owen Dwyer

      "Representing Slavery at Plantation-House Museums in the U.S. South: A Dynamic Spatial Process" by E. Arnold Modlin, Jr.

      "Afterword: Critical Geographies of Slavery" by David Lambert

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      Derek H. Alderman

      Professor of Geography
      Research Fellow, Center for Sustainable Tourism
      East Carolina University
      252-328-4013 

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