Vol 40 (2012)

Digital Historical Geography:
Representation, Archive and Access

Guest Editor: Margaret Wickens Pearce

Table of Contents

Digital Historical Geography: Representation, Archive and Access

Introduction
Margaret Wickens Pearce
pp. 33-37
"There are Plenty of Women on the Street": The Landscape of Commercial Sex in Progressive-Era Philadelphia, 1910-1918
Michael B. Kahan
pp. 39-60
Visualizing Indigenous Women in Oaxaca, Mexico at the End of the Twentieth Century
Laurel C. Smith
pp. 61-83
Visualización de Mujeres Indígenas en Oaxaca: México a finales del Siglo Veinte
Laurel C. Smith
pp. 85-109
Place Names in the Mongolian Altai: Cultural Shifts and Sensibilities
Esther Jacobson-Tepfer, James E. Meacham
pp. 111-131

Distinguished Historical Geography Lecture

'Tracing One Warm Line Through a Land so Wide and Savage.' Fifty Years of Historical Geography in Canada
Graeme Wynn
pp. 5-32

Editorials

Editorial Update
Maria Lane

Research Articles

Reclaiming Place through Remembrance: Using Oral Histories in Geographic Research
Ashley R. Ward
pp. 133-145
Negotiating Displacement during the Colonial and Early Independence Period along the Zambia-Mozambique Border
Angela G. Subulwa
pp. 147-167
Certain Subjects? Working with Biography and Life-Writing in Historical Geography
Cheryl McGeachan, Isla Forsyth, William Hasty
pp. 169-185

Reviews

Book Reviews
Soren Larsen, editor
pp. 187-230
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