A University of Toronto Association of Geography Alumni (UTAGA) publication in collaboration with the Department of Geography and Planning.
Our Geographical Worlds: Celebrating Award- Winning Geography at the University of Toronto from 1995 to 2018
A wide range of essays by recipients of the University of Toronto Association of Geography Alumni (UTAGA) Distinguished Alumni Award.
Contributors reflect on their careers in universities and the civil service, geography and education, geographical and environmental change, fieldwork and quantitative approaches, urban issues, and the joys and challenges of urban planning.
Short biographies describe the professional careers of the recipients who have passed away or were to ill to write essays.
Spatial Correlation is Everywhere - Daniel A. Griffith
Marie E. Sanderson (1921-2010) - John Warkentin
What Do Geographers Do? - J. Keith Fraser
William C. Wonders (1924-2011) - John Warkentin
A Country Child's Inner City and Geographical Change - John Warkentin
William G. Dean (1921-2009) - John Warkentin
Richard I. Ruggles (1923-2008) - John Warkentin
Instant Pudding World - Robert Bateman
Alexander T. Davidson (1926-2017) - John Warkentin
Toronto Geography as Academic Way-Station - Eric Sheppara
Richard P. Baine (1926-2015) - John Warkentin
My Life as a Planner in Eight Oyster Bars - Joe Berridge
Reflections on a Serendipitous Career in Geography - Christopher Sharpe
Climatology: From Step-Sister to Cinderella - David Phillips
Trudi E. Bunting (1944-2017) - John Warkentin
New World Conservation and Old World Preservation (1934-2022) - J. David Wood
On Fraser River - Michael Church
Growing Geographic Problems - A Thought or Two From a Curmudgeon - Douglas MacLeod (1930-2020)
The Where of Things - Daniel Hiebert
A China Geographer's View of the World's Largest Cities - Kam Wing Chan
On Becoming a Geographer: A Personal Odyssey - Conrad E. Herdenrerch
The City as a World: Governing Citizens and Non-Citizens - Engin Isin
Reflections on a Career of Minor and Repeated Border Crossings - Damaris Rose
Tantramar Revisited - Or Finding the World in a Few Acres of Mud - Graeme Wynn
A Half-Century - Planning, Not Cricket - Lindsay Dale-Harris