Journal of Historical Geography

(The TQCC of Journal of Historical Geography is 1. 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.)
Measuring zero at sea: on the delocalization and abstraction of the geodetic framework25
The archival geographies of twentieth-century internationalism: Nation, empire and race12
Settlement expansion influenced by socio-cultural changes in western Hunan mountainous areas of China during the eighteenth century7
Afro-Latin American geographies of in-betweenness: Colonial marronage in Colombia7
‘Facing the Sun’: Nature and Nation in Franco’s ‘New Spain’ (1936–51)6
Volcanism and global plague pandemics: Towards an interdisciplinary synthesis6
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
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
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
Estimated truths: water, science, and the politics of approximation4
Colston falling4
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
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
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
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
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
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
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