If you are interested in reviewing one of the following books or have suggestions for a book to be reviewed in the Southeastern Geographer, please contact Joby Bass, Book Review Editor (email@example.com).
Segal, Uma, Doreen Elliott, and Nazneen Mayadas. 2010. Immigration Worldwide: policies, practices, and trends. New York: Oxford University Press.
Mayhew, Susan. 2009. Oxford Dictionary of Geography, Fourth Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Abbott, Lynn and Doug Seroff. 2007. Ragged But Right: black traveling shows, “coon songs” and the dark pathway to blues and jazz. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Harris, Richard. 2012. Building a Market: the rise of the home improvement industry, 1914-1960. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Nicholls, Robert. 2012. The Jumbies’ Playing Ground: old world influences on Afro-Creole masquerades in the Eastern Caribbean. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Keller, Dana. 2006. The Tao of Statistics: a path to understanding with no math. New Dehli: Sage Publcations.
Lane, Maria. 2011. Geographies of Mars: seeing and knowing the red planet. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Bassett, Thomas and Alex Winter-Nelson. The Atlas of World Hunger. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Kinkela, David. 2011. DDT and the American Century: global health, environmental politics, and the pesticide that changed the world. Chapel Hill: UNC Press.
Bronner, Simon. 2012. Campus Traditions: folklore from the old-time college to the modern mega-university. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Falconer, Tim. 2008. Drive: a road trip through our complicated affair with the automobile. Toronto: Viking.
Emison, Gerald and John Morris. 2010. Speaking Green with a Southern Accent: environmental management and innovation in the South. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Hudson, Angela. 2010. Creek Paths and Federal Roads: Indians, settlers, and slaves and the making of the American South. Chapel Hill: UNC Press.
Lowery, Malinda. 2010. Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: race, identity and the making of a nation. Chapel Hill: UNC Press.