Vol 38 (2010)

Historical Geographies of Media

Guest Editor: Jason Dittmer

Table of Contents

Distinguished Historical Geography Lecture

Digging in the Dirt: Unnatural Histories and the “Art of Not Dividing”
Laura Cameron
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5-22
Historical Geographies of Media
Jason Dittmer
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23-25
Imaginative Cinematic Geographies of Australia: The Mapped View in Charles Chauvel’s Jedda and Baz Luhrmann’s Australia
Peta Mitchell, Jane Stadler
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26-51
Aboriginality and the Arctic North in Canadian Nationalist Superhero Comics, 1940-2004
Jason Dittmer, Soren Larsen
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52-69
Networks of Early Writing
Paul Adams
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70-89
Monstrous and Haunted Media: H.P. Lovecraft and Early Twentieth-Century Communications Technology
James Kneale
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90-106

Research Articles

“The Rivalship of Insignificant Villages”: Springfield, Illinois and Town Development in the Old Northwest, 1817-1840
Patrick Allen Pospisek
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107-129
The Geographic Origins of the Norman Conquerors of England
Christopher Macdonald Hewitt
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130-144

Review Essays

Derek Gregory, et al.: The Dictionary of Human Geography, Fifth Editio
Matt Gerike
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145-149
Bernhard Radloff: Heidegger and the Question of National Socialism: Disclosure and Gestalt
Charles Travis
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150-154

Reviews

Book Reviews
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155-183
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