The California Geographer Vol. 57 (2018)


California Geographer 2018

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This collection houses volume fifty-seven (2018) of The California Geographer, published by California Geographical Society from 1960 to the present.

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Geographic Chronicles


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  • Adsit, Janelle (California Geographical Society, 2018)
    If one can think of geography as an 'autopsy of the invisible' to borrow the words of Joshua G. De Leon, which serve as an epigraph to this collection, then poetry is geography's great companion. Z Publishing has been for ...
  • Derrick, Matthew; Sherriff, Rosemary (California Geographical Society, 2018)
    2017 CGS Annual Conference Award Winners
  • Perdue, Nicholas (California Geographical Society, 2018)
    When news broke that a group of armed militants had seized the headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on January 2, 2016, many people around the country grasped for context in order to understand what was ...
  • Derrick, Matthew (California Geographical Society, 2018)
    I arrived last September in Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan, to begin a yearlong sabbatical researching new religious landscapes in this enclave of Central Eurasia. As geographers are wont, I spent those first weeks ...
  • Martin, Bridget (California Geographical Society, 2018)
    South Korean landscapes are profoundly shaped by the country's unending war with North Korea. Although the leaders of North and South Korea recently agreed to negotiate an end to the Korean War in the coming months, Korea's ...