Derek H Alderman
Derek H Alderman
Professor of Geography, University of Tennessee & Past President, American Association of
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Memory and place: geographies of a critical relationship
S Hoelscher, DH Alderman
Social & Cultural Geography 5 (3), 347-355, 2004
Geographies of toponymic inscription: new directions in critical place-name studies
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
Progress in Human Geography 34 (4), 453-470, 2010
Memorial landscapes: analytic questions and metaphors
OJ Dwyer, DH Alderman
GeoJournal 73 (3), 165, 2008
Street names and the scaling of memory: The politics of commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr within the African American community
DH Alderman
Area 35 (2), 163-173, 2003
A street fit for a King: Naming places and commemoration in the American South
DH Alderman
The Professional Geographer 52 (4), 672-684, 2000
Place, naming and the interpretation of cultural landscapes
DH Alderman
Heritage and Identity, edited by Brian Graham and Peter Howard, 195-213, 2016
Civil rights memorials and the geography of memory
OJ Dwyer, DH Alderman
University of Georgia Press, 2008
Writing on the Graceland wall: On the importance of authorship in pilgrimage landscapes
DH Alderman
Tourism Recreation Research 27 (2), 27-33, 2002
Street names as memorial arenas: The reputational politics of commemorating Martin Luther King in a Georgia county
DH Alderman
Historical Geography 30, 99-120, 2002
Tour guides as creators of empathy: The role of affective inequality in marginalizing the enslaved at plantation house museums
EA Modlin Jr, DH Alderman, GW Gentry
Tourist Studies 11 (1), 3-19, 2011
Street naming and the politics of belonging: spatial injustices in the toponymic commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr
DH Alderman, J Inwood
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (2), 211-233, 2013
Surrogation and the politics of remembering slavery in Savannah, Georgia (USA)
DH Alderman
Journal of Historical Geography 36 (1), 90-101, 2010
Collective memory and the politics of urban space: an introduction
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman, M Azaryahu
GeoJournal 73 (3), 161-164, 2008
Symbolic excavation and the artifact politics of remembering slavery in the American South: Observations from Walterboro, South Carolina
DH Alderman, RM Campbell
southeastern geographer 48 (3), 338-355, 2008
Creating a new geography of memory in the South:(Re) naming of streets in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
DH Alderman
Southeastern Geographer 36 (1), 51-69, 1996
Critical interventions in political toponymy
R Rose-Redwood, D Alderman
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (1), 1-6, 2011
Landscapes of memory and socially just futures
DH Alderman, JFJ Inwood
The Wiley-Blackwell companion to cultural geography, 186-197, 2013
(In) visibility of the enslaved within online plantation tourism marketing: A textual analysis of North Carolina websites
DH Alderman, EA Modlin Jr
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 25 (3-4), 265-281, 2008
Graffiti hurts and the eradication of alternative landscape expression
T Moreau, DH Alderman
Geographical Review 101 (1), 106-124, 2011
Naming streets for Martin Luther King, Jr.: no easy road
DH Alderman
Landscape and race in the United States, 213-236, 2006
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