Journal of Historical Geography

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of Historical Geography is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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Measuring zero at sea: on the delocalization and abstraction of the geodetic framework25
The archival geographies of twentieth-century internationalism: Nation, empire and race12
Afro-Latin American geographies of in-betweenness: Colonial marronage in Colombia7
Settlement expansion influenced by socio-cultural changes in western Hunan mountainous areas of China during the eighteenth century7
Extreme weather, school logbooks and social vulnerability: The Outer Hebrides, Scotland, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries6
Material memories of travel: the albums of a Victorian naval surgeon6
‘Facing the Sun’: Nature and Nation in Franco’s ‘New Spain’ (1936–51)6
Volcanism and global plague pandemics: Towards an interdisciplinary synthesis6
Living standards in a dairy region, 1850–1900: from urban penalty to urban premium5
The concept of the Carpathian Basin: its evolution, counternarratives, and geopolitical implications5
Heating France with nuclear power: Alternative heat politics and competing nuclear regimes during the 1970s5
The rise of technocratic environmentalism: the United States, Antarctica, and the globalisation of the environmental impact statement5
Historical geographies of the 21st century: Challenging our praxis5
Authorizing geographical knowledge: John Arrowsmith, mapmaking and the mid nineteenth-century British Empire5
‘Who could have expected such a disaster?’ How responses to the 1892 cyclone determined institutional trajectories of vulnerability in Mauritius5
Colston falling4
Estimated truths: water, science, and the politics of approximation4
Surfacing black and brown bodies in the digital archive: domestic workers in late nineteenth-century Australia3
Foreign ink: student mobility, overseas training and Chinese geography, 1912–19523
Diversifying the historical geography of exploration: Subaltern body work on British-led expeditions c.1850–19143
Visualizing intimate geographies of genocide: A spatial analysis of the Holocaust in Węgrów County, Poland (1942–1944)3
Facing madness: The ethics of exhibiting sensitive historical photographs3
Ephemeral climates: Plato's geographic myths and the phenomenological nature of climate and its changes3
A retrogressive approach to reconstructing the sixteenth-century forest landscapes of western Poland3
Row settlements and landscape reclamations in the medieval County of Flanders3
Political lives at sea: working and socialising to and from the India Round Table Conference in London, 1930–19323
Lines in the sand: Railways and the archipelago of colonial territorialization in German Southwest Africa, 1897–19143
Imagining imperial frontiers: Photography-as-cartography in the mapping of eastern Africa3
Conservation policies, scientific research and the production of Lake Pátzcuaro's naturecultures in Postrevolutionary México (1920–1940)3
The production of clan segregation in urban Somalia: Historical Geographies of Hargeisa3
Dispensary, home, and ‘a women’s army’: Framing tubercular geographies and gender in late Ottoman Turkey3
A cartography of al-Andalus’ landscape: Mapping settlements of Muslim agricultural colonization in Europe applying GIS techniques3
Geographies of Holocaust rescue: Spatial patterns and social geographies of Jewish rescue in Budapest, 19442
Responses to traveling Indian ayahs in nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain2
Making the People’s landscape: Landscape ideals, collective labour, and the People’s parks (Folkets Parker) movement in Sweden, 1891-present2
Historical geographies of Korea's incorporation: The rise of underdeveloped and modernized colonial port cities2
Spaces of occupation: Colonial enclosure and confinement in British Malaya2
Bridging geographical research and political action: the Trentino Italian region in the scientific and socialist writings of Cesare Battisti, 1895–19142
Morals and mignonette; or, the use of flowers in the moral regulation of the working classes in high Victorian London2
The changing terrain of heritage at a Montana state park2
Calcutta Town Hall or Covent Garden? Colonial horticultural knowledge, mimicry, and its discontents2
Sacred squares? A non-representational study of James Smetham's (1821–1889) everyday artistic experiences of religion, faith, and spirituality2
Cameralism and the production of space in the eighteenth-century Romanian Banat: the grid villages of the ‘Danube Swabians’2
Wastelanding Arabia: America's ‘Garden of Eden’ in Al Kharj, Saudi Arabia2
British ghost acres and environmental changes in the Laurentian forest during the nineteenth century2
Seafarers, the mission and the archive: Affective, embodied and sensory traces of sea-mobilities in Melbourne, Australia2
Geographical print culture in the German-speaking territories, c.1690—c.18152
Space, sound and sedition on the Royal Naval ship, 1756-18152
Place and displacement: Historical geographies of Israel's largest landfill1
Appropriating disasters. A framework for cultural historical research on catastrophes in Europe, 1500–19001
Redefining the Soviet krayevedeniye: The role of spatial science in the Soviet system of knowledge production1
'Almost a Statesman': East Central Europe's geography experts and the Paris Peace Conference1
Traffic logic, state strategies and free speech in an urban park: The Park Lane Road Improvement Scheme, London, 1955–19621
The fall of the Balkan port: Geopolitical dynamics and the decline of the free zone in Thessaloniki (1923–1939)1
Public rights of way and countryside access in Norfolk 1880–19601
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Renaming Enkeldoorn: Whiteness, place, and the politics of belonging in Southern Rhodesia1
Burgenland or West-Hungary: The aspirations and limits of Austrian and Hungarian geography, 1918–19381
Cedric Robinson's Black Marxism and the uses of historical geography1
Cartographic knowledge, colonialized-colonizer spaces: Egyptian maps of Harar, 1875–18851
Framing the Trucial Coast's tribes: Shifting notions of borders and imperial influence before the United Arab Emirates1
British interwar airspace in the Middle East: The forgotten airport of Lydda1
A demographer’s urban village: Testing demographic transition theory, Delhi 1950–19701
Historical smellscapes in Aotearoa New Zealand: Intersections between colonial knowledges of smell, race, and wetlands1
Landscapes on the move: The travel journals of Celia Fiennes (1685-c.1712)1
Tourists and meteorologists in the Italian Riviera: The Journal de Bordighera (1883–1935) as a source for the study of the local climate1
The ‘gift of the new world’: Retelling the trajectories of black Locust in France1
Calling Nikkei to Empire: Diaspora and trans/nationalism in the redevelopment of historic Little Tokyo1
Towards a historical geography of marine engineering: D. & T. Stevenson, Wick harbour and the management of nature1
Spatial dimensions of religious practice in multi-confessional Eastern Europe, circa 1760–18201
A geography of repression: The first years of the fascist Special Tribunal in Italy, 1926–19281
Looting and commissioning indigenous maps: James G. Scott in Burma1
Polish geography and Polish geographers under Nazi occupation1
From incommensurability to ubiquity: an energy history of geographic thought1
Traditional environmental knowledge and transport efficiency of a communal canal network, Tafilalt oasis, Morocco: A historical GIS analytics perspective1
Flat rate taxicabs and the production of urban space in depression-era Madison, Wisconsin1
Handbills, rumours, and blue cockades: Communication during the 1780 Gordon Riots1
The spatial logic of health: Managing waste, water and infrastructure in later medieval Bologna1
The beating heart of the system: the health of postal workers in Victorian London1
Geobiographies of prominent Polish painters: Changing hierarchies of art cities and patterns of artistic migrations from 1760 to 19390
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The evolution of the Gulf of St. Lawrence as a maritime borderland0
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America's lost National Monuments0
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Tales from the dirt: Post-anthropocentric perspectives on Brazil's past0
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Recognising our collective labours: publishing JHG through a global pandemic0
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Far away and close to home: Children’s toponyms and imagined geographies, c. 1870 – c. 19500
Why the history and philosophy of geography matter: Louise Michel's radical, anticolonial, and pluralist geographies0
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Anticipatory historical geographies of violence: Imagining, mapping, and integrating Dersim into the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish state, 1866–19390
Securing the boundaries of wilderness in northern Alaska, 1892–19500
Codifying clumsiness: Tracing the origins of dyspraxia through a transatlantic constellation of mobility (1866–1948)0
The forgotten middle Silk Road: Historical caravan route geographies between Mongolia and Tibet0
Obituary: D. W. Meinig, 1924–20200
Legal and historical geographies of the Greenham Common protest camps in the 1980s0
Exhibition review: “The Procession” by Hew Locke, Tate Britain, London, 22 March 2022 to 22 January 20230
Moving statues: Monuments to empire from London's Waterloo Place to the Maidan in Calcutta0
From sacred place to outer space: Collective creativity and the iconographies of mid-twentieth century English modernity in Guildford Cathedral's kneelers0
From edenic island to endemic park: A historical political ecology of environmental degradation narratives on Réunion (West Indian Ocean)0
Howardena Pindell's ‘A New Language’ Exhibition, Kettle's Yard, Cambridge0
(De)Colonial historical geography and historical GIS0
Ḥamāma: The historical geography of settlement continuity and change in Majdal ‘Asqālan's hinterland, 1270–1750 CE0
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The making of Atlas Maritimus (1728): A shift towards commercial geography0
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Commemorating Picton in Wales and Trinidad: Colonial legacies and the production of memorial publics0
The magic lantern in Europe, Whipple Library and museum exhibition0
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Careering and academic mobility: George B. Cressey's China, 1923–19630
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Fenced open-fields in mixed-farming systems: spatial organisation and cooperation in southern Sweden during the seventeenth century0
On the plurality of words: The portmanteau word of geosophy and its persistence in the disciplinary baggage of geography0
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The symbolic power of the world's first circumnavigation: An approach from political communication0
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Displaying encounters: Jaime Cortesão’s São Paulo exhibition and indigenous knowledge in Brazilian history0
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‘Not a true cyclone’: Colonial officials' discursive tactics and responses to the 1952 cyclone in Southern Province and intra-territorial competition in Tanganyika0
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Exhibition review: ‘Classroom photographic journeys,’ CRASSH, University of Cambridge, U.K.0
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The color of preservation: Black historic placemaking in New York City0
Where do we go from here? Reflections on the idea of progress in the history of geography0
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After the fall, where?: Relocating the Colston statue in Bristol, from 2020 to imaginary futures0
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Rumors of War: Towards the unsettling of the Confederate monumental landscape0
Demons, spirits, and haunted landscapes in Palestine0
Geographical names of the Adriatic Sea on medieval and early-modern maps and nautical charts0
Synoptic subjects? The Scope and methods of philosophy, geography and anthropology0
Where military and fluvial geographies disastrously conjoined: The Huayuankou flood of 1938–1947 during the Sino-Japanese war0
The colonizers, the developmental state, and uneven geography of development: Reclamation of South Korea's tidal flats, 1900s-1980s0
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An explosive landscape: Arranging the barnacle goose on the Solway Firth0
Cartographic reinterpretation of Central and Eastern Europe in the 16th century0
Statues that must stand not fall: The material agency of anarchism in the marble monuments of Carrara, Italy0
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Learning histories, participatory methods and creative engagement for climate resilience0
Exhibition review: Visages de L'Exploration au XIXe siècle: Du mythe à l'histoire at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France0
The lifeworld of Elizabeth Symons: family biography and Atlantic geographies in the eighteenth century0
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Contentious heritage spaces in post-communist Bulgaria: Contesting two monuments in Sofia0
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WITHDRAWN: American Imperial Pastoral: The Architecture of US Colonialism in the Philippines, Rebecca Tinio McKenna. University of Chicago Press, Chicago (2017). 272 pp US$45 hardcover0
Struggling for bread, policing the streets: Urban public (dis)order and control of resources in post-war Spain (1939–1948)0
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‘Let us conquer space’: Visual thinking as nation building in the early United States0
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Commemorative vigilance between totalitarianisms: Slovakia’s 'Victims Warn' sculpture, from counter-monument to anti-monument0
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Nature protection in the Polish-Slovakian borderland during the 20th century0
Assembling humanitarianism in the Cold War: The role of the Red Cross in the Bay of Pigs prisoner exchange0
Critical Geography's nature problem and the Lefebvrian ecological dialectic0
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‘Aircraft and pencraft’: Between tradition and modernity in arctic varsity exploration0
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Representing Freetown: Photographs, maps and postcards in the urban cartography of colonial Sierra Leone0
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Gandhi falling … and rising0
Habitability as a historical category for interpreting the Anthropocene0
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The Nuclear Anthropocene of the Soviet north: Cold War vernacular collecting and mining uranium, and its legacies0
Shifting terrains of risk: A history of natural hazards and displacement in three historic black communities of Central Austin, Texas0
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‘Rooted Beings’, Wellcome Collection, London, 20220
An unsettling re-composition: Istanbul's lost Armenian April 11 Memorial0
Small urban waters and environmental pressure before industrialization: The case of Hungary0
Animating historical resource geographies: Encountering the guitar's North American material traces0
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Timber, money, and shelter: The promotion of private tree planting in New Zealand during the 1920s0
A forgotten chapter in Egyptology: Sir John Gardner Wilkinson's investigations into a dynamic Nile0
‘An aid to loveliness’: lavender, femininity and the affective economy of English beauty0
The socialist metropolis in flux: Urban structure and commuting patterns in Poland, 1973–19830
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Chinese elites, hill stations and contested racial discrimination in interwar colonial Malaya and the Philippines0
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Necroreverence of Soviet cemeteries in Central Europe0
‘An example to all of Christendom’ – Crime and social control in the Danish Island Parish of Drejø c. 1700-19000
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