The Northeastern Geographer is an annual publication that publishes research articles, policy briefs, and commentaries within and beyond the disciplines of geography and environmental studies. The journal aims to be an inclusive space for critical engagement on how geographical thinking, research, and practice can make a substantial difference to policy and action on various socio-economic, political, and environmental issues.
Articles published in The Northeastern Geographer represent the breadth of physical, human, and environmental geography; and often focus on the Northeast United States, the St. Lawrence Valley and the Canadian Maritime Provinces. The Northeastern Geographer welcomes submissions on any geographical topic but especially invites papers that make a theoretical, conceptual, and/or empirical contribution towards advancing geographical knowledge and addressing environmental issues.
The Northeastern Geographer is an annual publication that replaces the Proceedings of the New England-St. Lawrence Valley Geographical Society (published from 1972 until 2006).
Information relating to contributions and practical guidance supporting writing an article for The Northeastern Geographer is located on the Instructions for Authors page. Current and previous volumes of The Northeastern Geographer can be found on the Articles and Volumes page.