Journal of Geography
The Journal of Geography publishes innovative approaches to geography research, teaching, and learning. Published work includes research-based articles, commentaries, symposia, and book reviews. Manuscripts that make new and important contributions to geography research, teaching, and learning are strongly encouraged. The long-term goal of the Journal of Geography is to build a body of high-quality research representing all theoretical paradigms, methodologies, and subfields of geographic inquiry.

2013 Publication Dates


Issue 1: January-February 2013
Issue 2: March-April 2013
Issue 3: May-June 2013
Issue 4: July-August 2013
Issue 5: September-October 2013
Issue 6: November-December 2013

Subscription Information


Subscriptions are available for libraries and institutions. Institutional subscriptions include six issues of the Journal of Geography and two issues of The Geography Teacher each year.

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Editorial Staff


Editor: Jerry T. Mitchell, University of South Carolina

Associate Editor: Owen Dwyer, Indiana University-Purdue

Associate Editor: Andrew Milson, University of Texas at Arlington

Associate Editor: Jennifer Speights-Binet, Samford University

Cartographic Editor: Sarah E. Battersby, University of South Carolina

Book Review Editor: James F. Petersen, Texas State University

Editorial Assistant: Larianne Collins, University of South Carolina

Journal of Geography Editorial Board Members:

Robert S. Bednarz, Texas A&M University

Osa Brand, National Council for Geographic Education

Ali Demirci, Fatih University

Seth Dixon, Rhode Island College

Kenneth E. Foote, University of Connecticut

Phil Gersmehl, Michigan Geographic Alliance

Paul T. Gray Jr., Russellville High School

Susan W. Hardwick, University of Oregon

John Harrington, Kansas State University

Elizabeth Hinde, Arizona State University

Mark C. Jones, Morristown-Beard School

Joseph Kerski, ESRI        

Lisa Keys-Mathews, University of North Alabama

David A. Lanegran, Macalester College

Lydia Lewis, National Cathedral School

James Marran, Independent Scholar

Meredith Marsh, Lindenwood University

Tyrel G. Moore, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Richard B. Schultz, Elmhurst College

Eui-kyung Shin, Northern Illinois University

Janet S. Smith, Shippensburg University                                                                                                                                        

Joseph P. Stoltman, Western Michigan University

Gerald R. Webster, University of Wyoming

Thomas A. Wikle, Oklahoma State University