List of Publications
- University of Chicago Geography Research Papers
Series Editors: Michael P. Conzen, Neil Harris, Marvin W. Mikesell
First series: Out of print
Second series: Mostly out of print. Remaining titles available through the University of Chicago Press (see next)
Third series: Available from the University of Chicago Press
- Studies on the Illinois & Michigan Canal Corridor
Series Editor: Michael P. Conzen
Mostly out of print. Vol. 8 available by writing to the Secretary, The Committee on Geographical Studies, University of Chicago, 5828 S. University Ave., Chicago, IL 60637
- Large-Scale Cartography
Available in flat (rolled) or folded format by writing to the Secretary, The Committee on Geographical Studies, University of Chicago, 5828 S. University Ave., Chicago, IL 60637
University of Chicago Geography Research Papers
First series (unnumbered)
Occupance of the Eastern Segment of the Middle Ohio Valley, 1940.
The Occupational Structure of Pocatello, Idaho, 1942.
Manufactural Evansville, 1820-1933, 1947.
The Primary Functions of Toledo, Ohio, 1947.
Land Associations and Occupance Problems in the Uinta County, 1948.
The Settlement of the Miami Valley of Southwestern Ohio, 1948.
Second series (numbered)
1. Educational Land Use in the River Forest-Oak Park Community (Illinois), 1948.
2. Educational Land Use in Lake County, Ohio, 1948.
3. The Cultural Pattern of South Tyrol (Italy), 1949.
4. The Livelihood Structure of Des Moines, Iowa, 1949.
5. Expressions of Urbanism in the Sequent Occupance of Northeastern Ohio, 1949.
6. Japanese Prewar Trade and Shipping in the Oriental Triangle, 1949.
7. The Struggle for Wolfram in the Iberian Peninsula, June, 1942-June, 1944: A Study in Political and Economic Geography in Wartime, 1949.
8. The Geography of Education in the Winnetka and Bridgeport Communities of Metropolitan Chicago, 1949.
9. Functional Patterns in the Guadalupe Counties of the Edwards Plateau, 1949.
10. A Union List of Geographical Serials, 1950.and
11. Manufactural Occupance in the West Central Area of Chicago, 1950.
12. Truck Transportation Patterns of Chicago, 1950.
13. Areal Pattern of Religious Institutions in Cincinnati, 1950.
14. Recreational Occupance of the Moraine Lake Region of Northeastern Illinois and Southeastern Wisconsin, 1950.
15. Land Use in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, 1950.
16. The Settlement of the Saginaw Basin, 1950.
17. Economy and Land Use Patterns of McLean County, Illinois, 1950.
18. Agricultural Conditions in Czechoslovakia, 1950, 1951.
19. Resource Use and Associated Problems in the Upper Cimarron Area, 1951.
20. The Internal Structure of the Springfield, Illinois, Urbanized Area, 1951.
21. Relational Patterns of Kampala, Uganda, 1951.
22. The Water Resources of the Lower Colorado River Basin, 1951.
23. Rural Occupance in Utuado and Jayuya Municipios, Puerto Rico, 1952.
24. The Air Passenger Hinterland of Chicago, 1952.
25. Mennonite Settlement in the Paraguayan Chaco, 1952.
26. The Port of Milwaukee, 1952.
27. Manufacturing Structure of the Cicero District, Metropolitan Chicago, 1952.
28. The Geography of the Bellingham Lowland, Washington, 1953.
29. Human Adjustment to Floods: A Geographical Approach to the Flood Problem in the United States, 1953.
30. Geographical Features of the Automation of Industry, 1953.
31. The Changing Occupance Pattern of the Tri-State Area, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma, 1953.
32. Occupance in the Upper Deschutes Basin, Oregon, 1953.
33. The Industrialization of the Skokie Area, 1954.
34. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: Prolegomena to a Technical Assistance Program, 1954.
35. Anápolis, Brazil: Regional Capital of an Agricultural Frontier, 1953.
36. Manufacturing Structure and Pattern of the South Bend-Mishawaka Area, 1954.
37. The Retail Function of Memphis, 1954.
38. The British East African Transport Complex, 1954.
39. The Spatial Structure of Economic Development in the Tennessee Valley, 1955.
40. Regional Changes in Corn Production in the United States from 1909 to 1949, 1955.
41. Focus on Adelaide--Functional Organization of the Adelaide Region, Australia, 1955.
42. A Resource Use Analysis and Evaluation of the Everglades Agricultural Area, 1956.
43. Rural Occupance in Transition: Sumter and Lee Counties, Georgia, 1956.
44. Farming and Farmlands in Panama, 1956.
45. Water Utilization in the Middle Mississippi Valley, 1956.
46. Manufacturing Structure and Pattern of Waukegan-North Chicago, 1957.
47. Factors of Economic Development and the Okovango Delta, 1956.
48. Israeli Shipping and Foreign Trade, 1957.
49. The Port of Chicago and the St. Lawrence Seaway, 1957.
50. Beginnings of the American Rectangular Land Survey System, 1784-1800, 1957. 2d printing 1963.
51. Political Areal-Functional Organization: With Special Reference to St. Cloud, Minnesota, 1957.
52. Integration of Grazing and Crop Agriculture: Resources Management Problems in the Uncompahgre Valley Irrigation Project, 1957.
53. Geography as a Fundamental Research Discipline, 1958.
54. The Water Budget of the Tigris and Euphrates Basin, 1958.
55. The Alien Town: Patterns of Settlement in Busoga, Uganda, 1958.
56. Regulating Flood-Plain Development, 1958.
57. Changes in Urban Occupance of Flood Plains in the United States, 1958., et al.
58. The Geographic Structure of Southeastern North Carolina, 1958.
59. Monterrey, Mexico: Internal Patterns and External Relations, 1958.
60. A Comparison of Two Oil City Business Centers (Odessa-Midland, Texas), 1958.
61. Field Study in American Geography, 1959.
62. Essays on Geography and Economic Development, 1960., editor.
63. International List of Geographical Serials, 1960.and
64. Rail Transportation and the Economic Development of Soviet Central Asia, 1960.
65. Flood Proofing: An Element in a Flood Damage Reduction Program, 1960.
66. The Industrial Geography of the Port of Genova, 1960.
67. Industrial Localization and Metropolitan Growth: The Paterson-Passaic District, 1960.
68. An Atlas of Economic Development, 1961.
69. Spatial Organization of Electric Power Territories in Massachusetts, 1960.
70. Papers on Flood Problems, 1961., et al.
71. The University Town in England and West Germany, 1961.
72. Ocean Shipping in the Evolution of Hong Kong, 1961.
73. New Industrial Towns on Canada's Resource Frontier, 1962 (Research Paper No. 4, Program of Education and Research in Planning, The University of Chicago.).
74. State Park System in Illinois, 1962.
75. Types of Agricultural Occupance of Flood Plains in the United States, 1962.
76. The External Relations of Cities during 'Industrial Revolution', 1962.
77. Lectures on the Historical Geography of the United States as Given in 1933. Edited by , 1962.
78. Hazard and Choice Perception in Flood Plain Management, 1962.
79. Irrigation Water Use in the Utah Valley, Utah, 1962.
80. A Bibliographic Guide to Population Geography, 1962.
81. Import Traffic of Chicago and Its Hinterland, 1963.
82. Tradition, Season, and Change in a Turkish Village, 1963.
83. Southeast Ceylon: Trends and Problems in Agricultural Settlement, 1963.
84. Structure of Transportation Networks: Relationships between Network Geometry and Regional Characteristics, 1963.
85. Commercial Structure and Commercial Blight, 1963.
86. Chicago Commercial Reference Handbook, 1963.and
87. A Bibliographic Guide to the Economic Regions of the United States, 1963.and
88. Climate-Glacier Studies in the Juneau Ice Field Region, Alaska, 1964.
89. Owner-Cultivatorship in Middle Chile, 1964.
90. Chicago's External Truck Movements: Spatial Interaction between the Chicago Area and Its Hinterland, 1964.
91. The Changing Landscape of a Mexican Municipio, Villa Las Rosas, Chiapas NAS-NRC Foreign Field Research Program Report No. 26., 1964.
92. The Changing Pattern of Retail Location, 1964.
93. Choice of Adjustment to Floods, 1964.
94. The Initial Evaluation and Utilization of the Illinois Prairies, 1815-1840, 1964.
95. The Demand for Transportation: Regional and Commodity Studies in the United States, 1964.
96. Annotated World List of Selected Current Geographic Serials in English, 1964.
97. Diffusion of the Decision To Irrigate: Simulation of the Spread of a New Resource Management Practice in the Colorado Northern High Plains, 1965.
98. Industrial Flood Losses: Damage Estimation in the Lehigh Valley, 1965.
99. The Sabi Valley Irrigation Projects, 1965.
100. Water Management and Floods in the Fraser River Basin, 1965.
101. Market Potential and Economic Shadow: A Quantitative Analysis of Industrial Location in Southern Ontario, 1965.
102. Indian Cities: Characteristics and Correlates, 1965.
103. Market Centers and Hinterlands in Bade-Württemberg, 1966.
104. Toronto's Changing Retail Complex, 1966.
105. Human Dimensions of Weather Modification, 1966., et al.
106. Perception of the Drought Hazard on the Great Plains, 1966.
107. Waterway Industrial Sites: A Chicago Case Study, 1967.
108. The Dodecanese: Diversity and Unity in Island Politics, 1967.
109. Environmental Perception and Behavior, 1967.
110. Areal Interaction in India: Commodity Flows of the Bengal-Bihar Industrial Area, 1967.
111. Essays on Commodity Flows and the Spatial Structure of the Indian Economy, 1967.
112. Private Redevelopment of the Central City, Spatial Processes of Structural Change in the City of Toronto, 1967.
113. Service Centers and Consumer Trips: Studies on the Philadelphia Metropolitan Fringe, 1968.and
114. The Cultural Ecology of a Chinese Village: Cameron Highlands, Malaysia, 1968.
115. The Human Ecology of Coastal Flood Hazard in Megalopolis, 1968.; ; and
116. Factorial Ecology of Metropolitan Toronto, 1951-1961, 1968.
117. Perception of Choice and Factors Affecting Industrial Water Supply Decisions in Northeastern Illinois, 1968.
118. The Nature of Nomadism: A Comparative Study of Pastoral Migrations in Northern Africa and Southwestern Asia, 1969.
119. Locational Factors and Locational Developments in the Soviet Chemical Industry, 1969.
120. The Political Element in the Port Geography of Trieste, 1969.
121. The Recreational Use of Domestic Water Supply Reservoirs: Perception and Choice, 1969.
122. Coastal Landforms of Cat Island, Bahamas: A Study of Holocene Accretionary Topography and Sea-Level Change, 1969.
123. China: Area, Administration and Nation Building, 1970.
124. The Spatial Behavior of Hospital Patients: A Behavioral Approach to Spatial Interaction in Metropolitan Chicago, 1970.
125. Managing the Lower Rio Grande: An Experience in International River Development, 1970.
126. Urban Water Supply Alternatives Perception and Choice in the Grand Basin, Ontario, 1970.
127. Victorian Toronto, 1850 to 1900: Pattern and Process of Growth, 1970.
128. Rural Markets and Trade in East Africa, 1970.
129. Spatial Variation of Black Urban Households, 1970.
130. Meseta and Campiña Landforms in Central Spain: A Geomorphology of the Alto Henares Basin, 1971.
131. Reservation to City: Indian Urbanization and Federal Relocation, 1971.
132. Mobility and the Small Town, 1900-1930, 1971.
133. Migration and Regional Development in the United States, 1950-1960, 1971.
134. Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke in Chicago: A Geographical Analysis with Facilities Plans for 1980, 1971.
135. Renovated Waste Water: An Alternative Source of Municipal Water Supply in the U.S., 1971.
136. Recent History of an Ethiopian Delta: The Omo River and the Level of Lake Rudolf, 1971.
137. Annotated World List of Selected Current Geographical Serials in English, French, and German, 3rd ed., 1971.
138. International List of Geographical Serials, 2nd ed., 1971.and
139. European Impressions of the New England Coast, 1497-1620, 1972.
140. Diffusion of an Innovation in an Urban System: The Spread of Planned Regional Shopping Centers in the United States, 1949-1968, 1972.
141. The Indian Hill-Station: Kodaikanal, 1972.
142. The Open Space Decision Process: Spatial Allocation of Costs and Benefits, 1972.
143. The Residential Location and Spatial Behavior of the Elderly: A Canadian Example, 1972.
144. T'ai-chung, T'ai-wan: Structure and Function, 1973.
145. Regional Incomes in the United States, 1929-1967: Level, Distribution, Stability, and Growth, 1972.
146. International Trade, Migration, and Capital Flows: A Quantitative Analysis of Spatial Economic Interaction, 1973.
147. Language Shift Among Migrants to Lima, Peru, 1973.
148. Jabal al-Akhdar, Cyrenaica: An Historical Geography of Settlement and Livelihood, 1973.
149. National Development Policy and Urban Transformation in Singapore: A Study of Public Housing and the Marketing System, 1973.
150. Location Criteria for High Schools: Student Transportation and Racial Integration, 1973.
151. Residence, Employment, and Mobility of Puerto Ricans in New York City, 1974.
152. Geographers Abroad: Essays on the Problems and Prospects of Research in Foreign Areas, 1973., editor.
153. Area, Development Policy, and the Middle City in Malaysia, 1974.
154. The Domestic Air Transportation Network of the United States, 1974.
155. Land Use, Urban Form and Environmental Quality, 1974., et al.
156. Community Response to Coastal Erosion: Individual and Collective Adjustments to Hazard on the Atlantic Shore, 1974.
157. Spatial Dynamics of Business Growth in the Witwatersrand, 1975.
158. The Evolution of Unit Train Operations in the United States: 1960-1969--A Decade of Experience, 1976.
159. The Spatial Dynamics of Crime, 1974.
160. Diffusion of an American Montessori Education, 1975.
161. Urban Vegetation: A Review and Chicago Case Study, 1975.
162. Metropolitan Impacts on Rural America, 1975.
163. Patterns of Urban Growth in the Russian Empire during the Nineteenth Century, 1975.
164. Guide to Geographical Bibliographies and Reference Works in Russian or on the Soviet Union, 1975.
165. Migration and Urban Unemployment in Dualistic Economic Development, 1975.
166. The Effect of Air Pollution on Property Value in Chicago, 1975.
167. The Diffusion of the Reformation in Southwestern Germany, 1518-1534, 1975.
168. Farmers on the Road. Interfarm Migration and the Farming of Noncontiguous Lands in Three Midwestern Townships, 1939-1969, 1975.
169. Special Districts in Cook County: Toward a Geography of Local Government, 1975.
170. The Evolution of a Tidewater Settlement System: All Hallow's Parish, Maryland, 1650-1783, 1975.
171. Urban-Rural Integration in Regional Development: A Case Study of Saurashtra, India—1800-1960, 1976.
172. Spatial Components of Manufacturing Change, 1975.and
173. The Dispersed City: The Case of Piedmont, North Carolina, 1976.
174. Solid Wastes: Factors Influencing Generation Rates, 1977.
175. Incomes and Accessibility. Metropolitan Labor Force Participation, Commuting, and Income Differentials in the United Stares, 1960-1970, 1977.
176. Patterns of Population Distribution: A Residential Preference Model and Its Dynamic, 1978.
177. Unemployment and Adjustment in the Labor Market: A Comparison between the Regional and National Responses, 1975.; ; and
178. Racial Transition in Chicago Public Schools. An Examination of the Tipping Point Hypothesis 1963-1971, WITHDRAWN.
179. Bibliography of Geography. Part I. Introduction to General Aids, 1976.
180. Pastoralism in Crisis. The Dasanetch and their Ethiopian Lands, 1977.
181. Cherokees in Transition: A Study of Changing Culture and Environment Prior to 1775, 1977.
182. A Capital for Canada: Conflict and Compromise in the Nineteenth Century, 1977.
183. The Evolution of Slopes on Artificial Landforms: Blaenavon, Gwent, 1978.
184.Listening to the Learner. An Exploratory Study of Personal Meaning in College Geography Courses, 1977.
185. Rivers of Diamonds: An Alluvial History of the Lower Vaal Basin, 1979.
186. Dimensions of Human Geography: Essays on Some Familiar and Neglected Themes, 1978., editor.
187. Japanese Commodity Flows, 1978.
188. Community Attitudes toward Pollution, 1978.
189. Residential Patterns in American Cities, 1960, 1979.
190. Fresh Food for Nicosia, 1979.
191. Language Aspects of Ethnic Patterns and Processes in the North Caucasus, 1980.
192. Sugar and Seasonal Labor Migration: The Case of Tucumán, Argentina, 1980.
193. International List of Geographical Serials, 3rd ed., 1980.and
194. Annotated World List of Selected Current Geographical Serials, 4th ed., 1980.
195. China: Railway Patterns and National Goals, 1980.
196. China: Urbanization and National Development, 1980.and eds.
197. People in Distress: A Geographical Perspective on Psychological Well-being, 1981.
198. Location and Trade Theory: Industrial Location, Comparative Advantage, and the Geographic Pattern of Production in the United States, 1981.
199-200. The New York-Newark Air Freight System, 1982.
201. Creation of a Mexican Landscape: Territorial Organization and Settlement in the Eastern Puebla Basin, 1520-1605, 1981.
202. Residential Location Determinants of the Older Population, 1982.
203. China: Railways and Agricultural Development, 1875-1935, 1982.
204. Locals and Cosmopolitans: Patterns of Spatial Mobility during the Transition from Youth to Early Adulthood, 1982.
205. Color in Public Spaces: Toward a Communication-Based Theory of the Urban Built Environment, 1983.
206. Bibliography of Geography, Part II: Regional. Vol. 1. The United States of America, 1984.
207-8. Nagara and Commandery: Origins of the Southeast Asian Urban Traditions, 1983.
209. Environmental Perception and Behavior: An Inventory and Prospect, 1984.; ; and , eds.
210. Integrated Water Development: Water Use and Conservation Practice in Western Colorado, 1984.
211. Geographical Studies on the Soviet Union: Essays in Honor of Chauncy D. Harris, 1984., and eds.
212. Irrigation in Southern Peru: The Chili Basin, 1986.
213. Northern Frontiers of Qing China and Tokugawa Japan: A Comparative Study of Frontier Policy, 1985.
214. Rural Enterprise in Kenya: Development and Spatial Organization of the Nonfarm Sector, 1985.and
215. Neighborhoods and Friendship Networks: A Study of Three Residential Neighborhoods in Jerusalem, 1985.and
216. Bureaucrats, Clients, and Geography: The Bailly Nuclear Power Plant Battle in Northern Indiana, 1989.
217-18. World Patterns of Modern Urban Change: Essays in Honor of Chauncy D. Harris, 1986.ed.,
219. Agricultural Systems in the Tamil Nadu: A Case Study of Peruvalanallur Village, 1986.
220. Geographic Perspectives on the Wealth of Nations, 1986.; ; and
221. Territorial Allocation by Imperial Rivalry: The Human Legacy in the Near East, 1987.
222. The Administrative Partitioning of Costa Rica: Politics and Planners in the 1970s, 1989.
223. Understanding Peasant Agriculture: An Integrated Land-Use Model for the Punjab, 1990.
224. Cities on the Beach: Management issues of Developed Coastal Barriers, 1987.; ; and eds.,
225. Agricultural Development in Japan: The Land Improvement District in Concept and Practice, 1989.
226. The West African Sahel: Human Agency and Environmental Change, 1988.
227. The Regional Dynamics of Language Differentiation in Belgium: A Study in Cultural-Political Geography, 1988.
228-29. Karnali under Stress: Livelihood Strategies and Seasonal Rhythms in a Changing Nepal Himalaya, 1990.
230. Natural Landscape Amenities and Suburban Growth: Metropolitan Chicago, 1970-1980, 1990.
231. Paleoenvironments in the Namib Desert: The Lower Tumas Basin in the Late Cenozoic, 1990.
232. Soil Erosion in a Coastal River Basin: A Case Study from the Philippines, 1990.
Third series (published by University of Chicago Press)
233. After a California Earthquake: Attitude and Behavior Change, 1992.and
234. Deforestation in the Postwar Philippines, 1992.
235. A Scholar's Guide to Geographical Writing on the American and Canadian Past, 1993.; ; and
236. The Politics of Planting: Israeli-Palestinian Competition for Control of Land in the Jerusalem Periphery, 1993.
237. Beyond the Basilica: Christians and Muslims in Nazareth, 1994.
238. Dividing the Land: Early American Beginnings of Our Private Property Mosaic, 1995.
239. Urban Regimes and Strategies: Building Europe's Central Executive District in Brussels, 1996.
240. Calvinists Incorporated: Welsh Immigrants on Ohio's Industrial Frontier, 1996.
241. Wetlands of the American Midwest: A Historical Geography of Changing Attitudes, 1997.
242. Indian Reservations in the United States: Territory, Sovereignty, and Socioeconomic Change, 1999.
243. Place and Politics in Modern Italy, 2002.
244. The Steamer Parish: The Rise and Fall of Missionary Medicine on an African Frontier, 2003.
245. Isle of Fire: The Political Ecology of Landscape Burning in Madagascar, 2004.
246. Challenging Nature: Local Knowledge, Agroscience, and Food Security in Tanga Region, Tanzania, 2006.
Studies on the Illinois & Michigan Canal Corridor
1. Focus on Ottawa: A Historical and Geographical Survey of Ottawa, Illinois, in the Twentieth Century. (Editor) Chicago: University of Chicago, Committee on Geographical Studies (Studies on the Illinois & Michigan Canal Corridor no. 1), 1987. 117pp.
2. Time and Place in Joliet: Essays on the Geographical Evolution of the City. (Editor) Chicago: University of Chicago, Committee on Geographical Studies, 1988. 151pp.
3. Settling the Upper Illinois Valley: Patterns of Change in the Illinois & Michigan Canal Corridor, 1830-1900. (Co-editor with Melissa J. Morales) Chicago: University of Chicago, Committee on Geographical Studies, 1989. 171pp.
4. Lockport Legacy: Themes in the Historical Geography of an Illinois Canal Town. (Co-editor with Adam R. Daniel) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 1990. 163pp.
5. Illinois Canal Country: The Early Years in Comparative Perspective. (Co-Editor with Linda S. Lim) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 1991. 155 pp.
6. The Industrial Revolution in the Upper Illinois Valley. (Co-editor with Glenn M. Richard) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 1993, 298 pp.
7. Looking For Lemont: Place and People in an Illinois Canal Town. (Co-editor with Carl A. Zimring) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 1994, 254 pp.
8. Canal Town and County Seat: The Historical Geography of Morris. (Co-editor with Valerie M. McKay) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 1994, 230 pp.
9. The Life of the Mind in the Upper Illinois Valley. (Co-editor with Alexis Turner) Chicago: University of Chicago Committee on Geographical Studies, 2010, 245 pp.
"At Home Downtown: The Residential Transformation of Chicago's New Global-Era Core, 1985-2005" (with N. M. Dahmann and T. J. Schuble). Chicago: Committee on Geographical Studies, The University of Chicago, 2006. Scale 1:10,000. 25.5" x 33." A full-color map showing the distribution of six residential building types built during this period ascertained from fieldwork and municipal records, using a base map of building footprints and street lines drawn from the City of Chicago GIS. The bounds of the area depicted are Lake Michigan, North Avenue, Ashland Avenue, and 31st Street.