The Geographical Review (GR) is the American Geographical Society’s (AGS) flagship publication succeeding the Bulletin – a periodical devoted to scientific geography and a repository of much of the work of importance done in exploration and research in this country.

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FOCUS on Geography continues in the tradition of the original paper magazine but in a more dynamic and interactive format. This peer-reviewed digital publication includes Feature Articles, Photo Essays, and Geo Quizzes.

DailyGeo is a short, digital news blast highlighting the ubiquitous nature of geography’s role in headline stories. This resource is comprised of 3 main sections: “Where in the World,” “Thumbs Up,” and a “GeoQuestion.” Occasionally, DailyGeo includes one of the following special sections: “Maps Do it Better,” “A Cartographer’s Quandary” and “The Arternative World.” DailyGeo is delivered straight to your inbox Monday through Friday.

The Celebrating Black Geographers Anthology,  developed by Dr. Dee Jordan, was born out of the necessity to have a publicly available single source database that chronicles the contributions of Black Geographers to the discipline of Geography. This collection includes photographs, biographies, and interesting facts. The anthology places into context the events occurring at the time when these geographers were matriculating.