John O'Loughlin: Recent and Forthcoming Publications

Edward C. Holland and John O’Loughlin. Ethnic competition, radical Islam and challenges to stability in the republic of Dagestan. Forthcoming in Communist and Post-Communist Studies 2010. Paper available as a PDF file


John O’Loughlin and Frank Witmer. The Localized Geographies of Violence in the North Caucasus of Russia, 1999-2007. Forthcoming in Annals. Association of American Geographers 100 (3). Paper available as a PDF file


Clionadh Raleigh, Frank Witmer and John O’Loughlin A Review and Assessment of Spatial Analysis and Conflict: The Geography of War. Forthcoming in C. Flint (ed) Geographic Contributions to International Studies (The International Studies Compendium Project). Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 2010 Paper available as a PDF file


John O’Loughlin. Inter-ethnic friendships in postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina: Socio-demographic and placeinfluences.  Ethnicities 9 (2010), 26-54. Paper available as a PDF file


Alexander B. Murphy and John O’Loughlin. New Horizons for Regional Geography. Eurasian Geography and Economics 50 (2009), 241-251. Paper available as a PDF file


Kristin Bakke, John O’Loughlin and Michael D. Ward  Reconciliation in Conflict-Affected Societies:Multilevel Modeling of Individual and Contextual Factors in the North Caucasus of Russia.  Annals. Association of American Geographers 99, no. 5 (2009), 1012-1021. Paper available as a PDF file

 

Gearóid Ó Tuathail (Gerard Toal) and John O’Loughlin. After Ethnic Cleansing: The Returns Process in Bosnia-Herzegovina a Decade beyond War. Annals. Association of American Geographers 99, no. 5 (2009), 1045-1053. Paper available as a PDF file

 

Frank Witmer and John O’Loughlin. Satellite Data Methods and Application in the Evaluation of War Outcomes:  Abandoned Agricultural Land in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the 1992-1995 Conflict.  Annals. Association of American Geographers 99, no. 5 (2009), 1033-1044. Paper available as a PDF file


John O'Loughlin and Gearóid Ó Tuathail (Gerard Toal). Accounting for separatist sentiment in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the North Caucasus of Russia: A comparative analysis of survey responses. Ethnic and Racial Studies 32 (2009), 591-615. Paper available as a PDF file

Kristin Bakke, Xun Cao, John O’Loughlin and Michael D. Ward   Social Distance in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the North Caucasus Region of Russia:Inter- and Intra-Ethnic Attitudes and Identities.  Nations and Nationalism 15 (2009), 227-253. Paper available as a PDF file


John O’Loughlin.  Textbooks that moved generations: Roger Kasperson and Julian Minghi (editors) The Structure of Political Geography. Progress in Human Geography 32 (2009), 275-279. Paper available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin, Gearóid Ó Tuathail (Gerard Toal), Vladimir Kolossov. The Localized Geopolitics of Displacement and Return in Eastern Prigorodnyy Rayon, North Ossetia. Eurasian Geography and Economics 50, no. 6 (2008), 635-669. Paper available as a PDF file

 

Vladimir Kolossov and John O'Loughlin  Социально-территориальная динамика и этнические отношения на Северном Кавказе (Socio-Territorial Dynamics and Ethnic Relations in the Northern Caucasus) Polis -(Politicheskie Issledovaniya), no. 4 (2008), 27-47. Paper available as a PDF file

Sam Schueth and John O'Loughlin. Belonging to the World: Cosmopolitanism in Geographic Contexts. Geoforum 39, no. 2 (2008), pp. 926-941. Paper available as a PDF file

John O’Loughlin, Pauliina Raento and James Sidaway, Editorial: where the tradition meets its challengers. Political Geography 27, no. 1 (2008), 1-4.  Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin and Clionadh Raleigh. Spatial analysis of civil war violence. In K. Cox, M. Low and J. Robinson (eds) A Handbook of Political Geography. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2008, pp. 493-508. Paper available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin, Frank Witmer, Thomas Dickinson, Nancy Thorwardson, and Edward Holland. Preface to the Special Issue on the Caucasus: Political, Population and Economic Geographies (and a map supplement). Eurasian Geography and Economics 49, no.2 (2007), 127-134. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin, Vladimir Kolossov and Jean Radvanyi. The Caucasus in a time of conflict, demographic transition, and economic change. Eurasian Geography and Economics 49, no. 2, (2007), 135-156. Paper available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin, Alexander Panin and Frank Witmer. Population change and migration in Stavropol' kray: The effects of regional conflicts and economic restructuring. Eurasian Geography and Economics 49 no.2, (2007), 249-267. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin, Gearóid Ó Tuathail (Gerard Toal), Vladimir Kolossov. The geopolitical orientations of ordinary Russians: A public opinion analysis. Eurasian Geography and Economics 48, no. 2 (2006), 129-152. Paper available as a PDF file

Gearóid Ó Tuathail (Gerard Toal), John O'Loughlin and Dino Djipa. Bosnia-Herzegovina ten years after Dayton: Constitutional change and public opinion. Eurasian Geography and Economics 47, no.1 (2006), 61-75. Paper available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin, Gerard Toal, Vladimir Kolossov. Russian Geopolitical Culture in the post-9/11 era: The masks of Proteus revisited. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers NS Vol.30, no. 3 September (2005) Paper available as a PDF file.

Anna J. Secor and John O'Loughlin. Social and political trust in Istanbul and Moscow: A comparison of individual and neighbourhood effects. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers NS Vol.30, no. 1 (2005), 66-82. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin and Paul Talbot. Where in the world is Russia? Geopolitical perceptions and preferences of ordinary Russians. Eurasian Geography and Economics 46, no.1 (2005), 23-50. Paper available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin. Commentary: The war on terrorism, academic publication norms, and replication. Professional Geographer Vol. 57, no. 4 (Nov. 2005,588-591). Paper available as a PDF file. A follow-up story on the debate appeared in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in April 2006, available here.

John O'Loughlin. Academic openness, boycotts and journal policy. Political Geography Vol. 23, no 6 (2004), 641-643. Editorial statement on the openness of Political Geography available as a PDF file

John O'Loughlin, Lynn Staeheli and Edward Greenberg (eds). Globalization and its Outcomes. New York: Guilford Press, 2004. Preface, table of contents, and introductory first chapter (pp. 3-22) available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. The political geography of conflict: Civil wars in the hegemonic shadow. In Colin Flint (ed) The Geography of War and Peace. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005, pp. 85-112. Chapter available as a PDF file or as a Web page.

John O'Loughlin, Gerard Toal, Vladimir Kolossov. Russian geopolitical storylines and public opinion in the wake of 9-11. Communist and Post-Communist Studies Vol. 37, no.3, 2004, pp. 281-318. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. Democratic Values in a Globalizing World: A Multilevel Analysis of Geographic Contexts. Geojournal Vol 60, no. 1 (2004), 3-17. Paper available as a PDF file or as a Web page

John O'Loughlin. Global Democratization. In M. Low and C. Barnett (eds) Spaces of Democracy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2004, pp. 23-44. Chapter available as a PDF file

Altinay Kuchukeeva and John O'Loughlin. Civic engagement and democratic consolidation in Kyrgyzstan. Eurasian Geography and Economics 44, 8 (2003), 557-587. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin, Gerard Toal, Vladimir Kolossov. A Risky Westward Turn? Putin's 9-11 Script and Ordinary Russians. Europe-Asia Studies Vol.56, no. 1 (January 2004), 3-34. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. The Electoral Geography of Weimar Germany: Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis (ESDA) of Protestant Support for the Nazi Party. Political Analysis 10, 3 (2002), 217-243. Here is the Abstract. Paper available in PDF format. A longer version of the paper (analysis is repeated for two other key varables) is available here as a PDF file or as a Web page. The data and GIS files used in the analysis are available here as a zip file. (Needs Arcview 3.x).

John O'Loughlin, Frank Witmer and Valerie Ledwith. Location and Political Choice in Post-Unification Berlin: Explaining the PDS (Party of Democratic Socialism) Vote, 1999 and 2001. Eurasian Geography and Economics Vol.43 (2002), 349-382. Paper available as a PDF file or as a Web page

John O'Loughlin and Vladimir Kolossov. Introduction - Moscow: Post-Soviet Developments and Challenges. Eurasian Geography and Economics Vol.43, no. 4 (2002), pp. 161-169. (Special issue devoted to Moscow, edited by John O'Loughlin and Vladimir Kolossov). Paper available as a PDF file or as a Web page

John O'Loughlin. Spatial Analysis in Political Geography. In J. Agnew, K. Mitchell and G. O Tuathail, eds. A Companion to Political Geography. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 2003, pp. 30-46. Chapter available as a PDF file.

Vladimir Kolossov, Olga Vendina and John O'Loughlin. Moscow as an Emergent World City: International Links, Business Developments and the Entrepreneurial City. Eurasian Geography and Economics Vol 43, no. 4 (2002), pp. 170-196. Paper available as a PDF file or as a Web page.

John O'Loughlin and Vladimir Kolossov. Still not worth the bones of a single Pomeranian grenadier: The geopolitics of the Kosovo war 1999. Political Geography, Vol. 21, (2002), pp. 573-599 (a special issue dedicated to Saul Cohen). Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. Geopolitical Fantasies and Ordinary Russians: Perception and Reality in the Post-Yeltsin Era. Geopolitics Vol. 6 (2001), pages 17-48. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. The regional factor in contemporary Ukrainian politics: Scale, place, space or bogus effect. Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, Vol. 42 no. 1 (January 2001), pp. 1-33. Paper available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. Geography as space and geography as place: The divide between political science and political geography continues. Geopolitics, Vol. 5 (2000), pp. 126-137. Paper available as a PDF file or Word format.

John O'Loughlin. Geography and Democracy: The Spatial Diffusion of Political and Civil Rights. In Gertjan Dijkink and Hans Knippenberg (eds), The Territorial Factor: Political Geography in a Globalising World. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2001, pages 77-96. Chapter available as a PDF file.

Luiza Bialasiewicz and John O'Loughlin. Galician Identities and Political Cartographies on the Polish-Ukrainian Border. In David Kaplan and Jouni Hakli (eds) Boundaries and Place. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2002. Chapter available as a PDF file.
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John O'Loughlin. Geopolitical visions of Central Europe. In M. Antonsich, V. Kolossov, and M. P. Pagnini eds., Europe between Geopolitics and Political Geography. Rome: Societa Geografica Italiana, 2001, pp. 607 - 628. Chapter available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. Can King's ecological inference method answer a social scientific puzzle: Who voted for the Nazi party in Weimar Germany? Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 90, (2000), pp. 592-601. Paper available as a PDF file. Additional maps here.

Vladimir Kolossov and John O'Loughlin. New borders for new world orders: Territorialities at the fin-de-siecle, Geojournal, 44 (1998), 259-273. Paper available as a PDF file or Word file. Bibliography available as a PDF file or Word file.

John O'Loughlin and James E. Bell. The Political Geography of Civic Engagement in Ukraine, 1994-1998, Post-Soviet Geography and Economics, Vol. 39, 1999, 233-266. Paper available as a PDF file or Word file. Maps available as GIF files: Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3.

John O'Loughlin, Vladimir Kolossov and Andrei Tchepalyga. National Construction, Territorial Separatism and Post-Soviet Geopolitics: The Example of the Transdniester Moldovan Republic, Post Soviet Geography and Economics, Vol. 38, 1998, 332-358. Paper available as a PDF file or Word file. Tables available as a PDF file or Word file. Bibliography available as a PDF file or Word file. TMR Map available as a JPEG file.

John O'Loughlin. Ordering the "Crush Zone": Geopolitical Games in Post-Cold War Eastern Europe. In Nurit Kliot and David Newman (Eds.), Geopolitics at the End of the Twentieth Century. London: Frank Cass, 2000. Chapter available as a PDF file.

John O'Loughlin. Economic Globalization and Income Inequality in the United States (1997). In L. Staeheli, J. Kodras, and C. Flint (Eds.), State Devolution in America, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp. 21-60. Chapter available as a PDF file.

Vladimir Kolossov and John O'Loughlin. Pseudo-states as harbingers of a new geopolitics: The example of the Trans-Dniester Moldovan Republic (TMR). In Boundaries, Territory and Postmodernity, David Newman, ed. Frank Cass: London, 1999. Chapter available as a PDF file. TMR Map available as a JPEG file.

John O'Loughlin, Michael D. Ward, Corey L. Lofdahl, Jordin S. Cohen, David S. Brown, David Reilly, Kristian S. Gleditsch, and Michael Shin. The Diffusion of Democracy, 1946-1994. Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol 88, 1998, 545-574. Paper available as a PDF file.