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Submissions from 2017

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Vínculos Históricos entre Nueva Orleans, Luisiana y Cuba, Andrew Sluyter, Annie McNeill Gibson, Case Watkins, and James Chaney

Submissions from 2016

Cattle Colonialism: An Environmental History of the Conquest of California and Hawai'i, Andrew Sluyter

Centering Animals in Latin American History, Andrew Sluyter

Rainforest Cowboys: The Rise of Ranching and Cattle Culture in Western Amazonia by Jeffrey Hoelle (review), Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 2015

Dreaming of Dry Land: Environmental Transformation in Colonial Mexico City, Andrew Sluyter

How Africans and Their Descendants Participated in Establishing Open-Range Cattle Ranching in the Americas, Andrew Sluyter

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African Fire Cultures, Cattle Ranching, and Colonial Landscape Transformations in the Neotropics, Andrew Sluyter and Chris Duvall

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Sixteenth-century soil carbon sequestration rates based on Mexican land-grant documents, Andrew Sluyter and Richard Hunter

Hispanic and Latino New Orleans: Immigration and Identity Since the Eighteenth Century, Andrew Sluyter, Case Watkins, James P. Chaney, and Annie M. Gibson

Submissions from 2014

African Arrivals and Transformations, Andrew Sluyter

Painting a Map of Sixteenth-Century Mexico City: Land, Writing, and Native Rule, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 2013

Historia de las Antillas no hispanas, Andrew Sluyter

History of the non-Spanish Antilles, Andrew Sluyter

New Mexico's Spanish Livestock Heritage: Four Centuries of Animals, Land, and People., Andrew Sluyter

Black Ranching Frontiers: African Cattle Herders of the Atlantic World, 1500–1900. Yale Agrarian Studies Series, Andrew Sluyter and Michael Sheridan

Submissions from 2012

Black ranching frontiers: African cattle herders of the Atlantic world, 1500-1900, Andrew Sluyter

Mapping Latin America: A Cartographic Reader, Andrew Sluyter

The Oxford Handbook of Slavery in the Americas, Andrew Sluyter

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The role of blacks in establishing cattle ranching in Louisiana in the eighteenth century, Andrew Sluyter

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Barbuda: A Caribbean Island In Transition, Andrew Sluyter and Amy E. Potter

Submissions from 2011

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How incipient colonies create territory: The textual surveys of New Spain, 1520s–1620s, Andrew Sluyter and Richard Hunter

Submissions from 2010

In the Shadow of Slavery: Africa’s Botanical Legacy in the Atlantic World, Andrew Sluyter

The Geographical Review's Historical Dimensions and Recentism, Andrew Sluyter

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The Hispanic Atlantic's Tasajo Trail, Andrew Sluyter

The 100th volume, Andrew Sluyter and Craig E. Colten

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Renegotiating Barbuda's commons: recent changes in Barbudan open-range cattle herding, Andrew Sluyter and Amy E. Potter

Environmentalist thinking and/in geography, Andrew Sluyter, Sarah A. Radcliffe, Elizabeth E. Watson, Ian Simmons, and Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Submissions from 2009

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The role of black Barbudans in the establishment of open-range cattle herding in the colonial Caribbean and South Carolina, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 2008

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(Post-) K New Orleans and the Hispanic Atlantic: Geographic method and meaning, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 2007

Landscapes of Power and Identity: Comparative Histories in the Sonoran Desert and the Forests of Amazonia from Colony to Republic, Andrew Sluyter

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Intellectual Relations between Historical Geography and Latin Americanist Geography, Andrew Sluyter and Kent Mathewson

Submissions from 2006

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Humboldt's Mexican Texts and Landscapes, Andrew Sluyter

Traveling/writing the unworld with Alexander von Humboldt., Andrew Sluyter

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The recent intellectual structure of geography, Andrew Sluyter, Andrew D. Augustine, Michael C. Bitton, Thomas J. Sullivan, and Fei Wang

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Early maize (Zea mays L.) cultivation in Mexico: Dating sedimentary pollen records and its implications, Andrew Sluyter and Gabriela Dominguez

Humboldt in the Americas, Andrew Sluyter and Kent Mathewson

Submissions from 2005

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Blaut's Early Natural/Social Theorization, Cultural Ecology, and Political Ecology, Andrew Sluyter

Is Geography Destiny?: Lessons from Latin America. and Troubled Harvest: Agronomy and Revolution in Mexico, 1880–2002, Andrew Sluyter

Recentism in environmental history on Latin America, Andrew Sluyter

What’s Next for Environmental History?, Andrew Sluyter, Adam Rome, Michael Bess, Tamara Giles-Vernick, Angela Gugliotta, Ramachandra Guha, Marcus Hall, David Igler, Susan D. Jones, Thomas Lekan, and Michael Lewis

Submissions from 2004

Los orígenes ecológicos y las consecuencias de la ganadería en la Nueva España durante el siglo XVI, Andrew Sluyter

Special Issue: Native Food Production Knowledge Systems and Practices: Alternative Values and Outcomes-From the guest editors, Andrew Sluyter and Alfred H. Siemens

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Colonialism and Landscape: Postcolonial Theory and Applications, Andrew Sluyter and Thomas M. Whitmore

Submissions from 2003

Material-conceptual landscape transformation and the emergence of the pristine myth in early colonial Mexico, Andrew Sluyter

Neo-environmental determinism, intellectual damage control, and nature/society science, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 2002

Colonialism and landscape: Postcolonial theory and applications, Andrew Sluyter

The Donut Discipline, Or Scientific Geography and the Modern Nature-Society and West-Rests Dichotomies, Andrew Sluyter

Feeding a growing population on an increasingly fragile environment, Andrew Sluyter, William E. Doolittle, Eric P. Perramond, Phil L. Crossley, and Dean P. Lambert

Submissions from 2001

Colonialism and landscape in the Americas: Material/conceptual transformations and continuing consequences, Andrew Sluyter

Ganadería española y cambio ambiental en las tierras bajas tropicales de Veracruz, México, siglo XVI, Andrew Sluyter

Imperfect balance: Landscape transformations in the Precolumbian Americas, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1999

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The making of the myth in postcolonial development: material-conceptual landscape transformation in sixteenth-century Veracruz, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1998

A Favored Place: San Juan River Wetlands, Central Veracruz, AD 500 to the Present. By Alfred H. Siemens, Andrew Sluyter

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From archive to map to pastoral landscape: A spatial perspective on the livestock ecology of sixteenth-century New Spain, Andrew Sluyter

The evolving landscape: Homer Aschmann's geography, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1997

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Analysis of maize (Zea mays subsp. mays) pollen: Normalizing the effects of microscope?slide mounting media on diameter determinations, Andrew Sluyter

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Landscape change and livestock in sixteenth-century New Spain: the archival data base, Andrew Sluyter

On “Buried Epistemologies: The Politics of Nature in (Post) colonial British Columbia”: On Excavating and Burying Epistemologies, Andrew Sluyter

Regional, Holocene records of the human dimension of global change: sea-level and land-use change in prehistoric Mexico, Andrew Sluyter

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Regional, Holocene Records of the Human Dimension of Global Change: Sea-Level and Land-Use Change in Prehistoric Mexico, Andrew Sluyter

Assessing Native American disturbances in mixed oak forests of the Allegheny Plateau, Andrew Sluyter, Charles M. Ruffner, Marc D. Abrams, Charlie Crothers, Jack Mclaughlin, and Richard Kandare

Submissions from 1996

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The ecological origins and consequences of cattle ranching in sixteenth-century New Spain, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1995

Changes in the landscape: natives, Spaniards, and the ecological retructuration of central Veracruz, Mexico during the sixteenth century, Andrew Sluyter

LORDS OF THE HILLS-ANCIENT MAYA SETTLEMENT IN THE PUUC REGION, YUCATAN, MEXICO-DUNNING, NP, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1994

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Intensive wetland agriculture in Mesoamerica: Space, time, and form, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1993

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Long-distance staple transport in western Mesoamerica: Insights through quantitative modeling, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1992

Siemens 1992 Vestiges of Prehispanic, Sloping-Field Terraces on the Piedmont of Central Veracruz, Mexico, Andrew Sluyter and Alfred H. Siemens

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Vestiges of Prehispanic, sloping-field terraces on the piedmont of central Veracruz, Mexico, Andrew Sluyter and Alfred H. Siemens

Submissions from 1991

RESEARCH ON THE VESTIGES OF PRE-COLUMBIAN AGRICULTURE IN COASTAL WETLANDS FROM NORTHERN VERACRUZ TO BELIZE-SPANISH-SIEMENS, AF, Andrew Sluyter

Submissions from 1990

Vestiges of upland fields in Central Veracruz: a new perspective on its Precolumbian human ecology, Andrew Sluyter

VESTIGES OF UPLAND FIELDS IN CENTRAL VERACRUZ: A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON ITS PRECOLUMBIAN HUMAN ECOLOGY (MEXICO), Andrew Sluyter