464.0 “A Pacemaker for the Long Wave.”  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 63: 1-23.

465.0 “Household Type and the Demographic Transition.”  POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT 21: 281-293.

466.0 “México’s Demographic Transition: Public Policy and Spatial Process.”  With L. Shane Hall, Rodolfo Hernandez-Guerrero and Patricia H. Martin.  POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT 21: 363-383.

467.0 “Clara Voce Cogito.” In French in Peter Gould and Antoine Bailly, ed. MÉMOIRES DE GÉOGRAPHES.  Paris: Anthropos, 13-41.

467.1 Original English-language version finally published in Peter Gould and Forrest R. Pitts, GEOGRAPHICAL VOICES.  Syracuse NY: Syracuse University Press, 2002, 1-26.  Some bright copy editor changed “Cogito” to “Cognito,” rendering the title nonsensical.

467.2 Reprinted and translated as “Kangaete irukogo o kuchi ni dasu,” in Yoshio Sugiura ed. CHIRIGAKU NO KOE – AMERIKA CHIRIGAKUSHA NO JIDEN ESSEI SHUU.  Tokyo: Kokon, 2009, 1-27.

468.0 “E-sip-il Se-gi-uy Gi-sul Hyuk-sin-gwa Ji-bahng Gi-up-ga Jeong-sin: Han-guk-uy Si-sa-jeom.” (“Technological Innovation and Local Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century: Implications for Korea.”)  Korean and English-language versions in TECHNO PARK STRATEGIES FOR TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AND LOCAL ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT, Chonan, Korea: Chungnam Techno Park International Symposium Proceedings, 1-10 and 179-188.

469.0 “Chi-ri Jeong-bo Gwa-hahk-uy Chul-hyun.”  (“The Emergence of Geographical Information Science.”)  Discussion paper in Korean and English languages.  Korean Institute for Research on Human Settlements.

470.0 “Challenges and Opportunities.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 21: 189-192.

471.0 “Citations as Measures of Worth.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 21: 283-4.

472.0 “Revisiting Presuppositions.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 21: 471-3.

473.0 “Towards Computational Geography.”  GISCIENCE 2000.  Santa Monica CA: US National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. Also www.giscience.org/ GIScience2000/invited.


474.0 THE LORDSHIP OF HASTINGLEIGH (20 pp).  Privately printed.

475.0 AARON’S ANCESTRY: CLAUNCH, LITTLETON AND CONNECTING LINES (xviii & 196 pp.).  Privately printed.

475.1 Reprint Edition by Higginson Books of Salem MA.

475.2 Also available in microfilm and microfiche and electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.


476.0 “Low-Frequency Waves of Inflation and Economic Growth: Digital Spectral Analysis.” with Heja Kim and Eugene S. Baker.  TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 68: 63-73.

476.1 Available online via ScienceDirect.

476.2 Summary published as “Long Cycles: Digital Spectral Analysis.”  PROCEEDINGS OF THE 21st INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FORECASTING, Pine Mountain GA.  Abstract.

477.0 “Efficiency Frontiers: Urbanization and Development.”  With Heja Kim, URBAN GEOGRAPHY 22: 306-315.

478.0 “The Chicago School in Retrospect and Prospect.” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 22: 559-561.

479.0 “In Memoriam.  Paul Wheatley, 1921-1999.”  With Donald Dahmann, ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 91: 734-747.

479.1 “Paul Wheatley, 1921-1999.”  With Donald Dahmann.  Revised version in GEOGRAPHERS: BIOBIBLIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES 24 (2005): 124-145.

480.0 “Geography in Exile.”  Comment in FOREIGN POLICY May/June 2001: 6, 8.

481.0 “Governmental Leadership and Coalition Efforts Against Transnational Tobacco Corporations in Asia: A Supplementary Proposal.” With Songjune Kim. INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 6: 51-59.

482.0 “Imagining Future Geographies.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 22: 1-3.

483.0 “Teleportation Arrives.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 22: 302-305.

484.0 “A New Urban Ecology?”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 22: 699-701.

485.0 NATIONAL SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMS: RETHINKING THE FOCUS.  Report of the Mapping Science Committee, National Research Council.  Washington DC:  National Academies Press.


486.0 Chaos Theory Tamed (Garnett P. Williams, Washington DC: Joseph Henry Press, 1997).  In TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 67: 109-10.

487.0 The Rise and Fall of the Wealth of Nations.  Long Waves in Economics and International Politics (Manfred Neumann, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar, 1998). In TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 67: 313-316.

488.0 Cities in Civilization.  Culture, Innovation and Urban Order (Peter Hall, London UK: Phoenix Orion, 1999).  In PROGRESS IN HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 25:


489.0 HISTORY OF THE BARONY OF BERRY (POMEROY).  Privately printed.



490.1 Also published in PNAS: PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 99 suppl. 3: 7187-7316.

491.0 “Demographic Efficiency.  Concept and Measurement.”  With Heja Kim.  POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT 23: 267-284.


492.0 “Paradigm Lost.” URBAN GEOGRAPHY 23: 441-445.

493.0 “My Cheshire Cat’s Smile.” Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 23: 1-2.

494.0 “Big Tents or Firm Foundations?”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 23: 501-2.

495.0 “Why We Need Jeffersonian Social Science.”  Presented to AAAS, Feb. 2002 and cached at www.cspo.org/Berry.pdf.


496.0 The Spatial Economy.  Cities, Regions and International Trade (M. Fujita, P. Krugman and A.J. Venables, Cambridge MA: MIT Press, 2001).  In ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 92: 359-360.

497.0 Experimental Americans.  Celo and Utopian Community in the Twentieth Century (George L. Hicks, Champaign IL: The University of Illinois Press, 2001).  In JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH 58: 439-440.

498.0 Milan Since The Miracle.  City, Culture and Identity (John Foot, Oxford UK: Berg, 2001).  In URBAN GEOGRAPHY 23: 795-796.

Genealogy and Local History:

499.0 HASTINGLEIGH 1000-2000 A.D.  Baltimore MD: Gateway Press. xiv+366 pp.

499.1 Also available in microfilm and microfiche and electronic form from the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

499.2 Also available as a downloadable pdf file at http://www.hastingleigh.com.


500.0 URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN THE 1980s.  Ed. with James O. Wheeler.  Special issue of URBAN GEOGRAPHY 24 (4) 273-355.

501.0 “Transitions.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 24: 1.

502.0 “Returning to Reason.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 24: 185-186.

503.0 “The Case for Debate.”  Editorial in URBAN GEOGRAPHY 24: 557-559.


504.0 “Confessions of an Applied Theoretician.” ANDERSON LECTURE, Association of American Geographers, New Orleans.

505.0 “Between Science and Solipsism: The Past and Future of Research in Geography.” 3rd ANNUAL HAYNES LECTURE, Texas A&M University.

506.   “Computational Geography and the Science of Complexity.” CENTER FOR SOCIAL COMPLEXITY LECTURE, George Mason University.


507 .0  Business Geography and New Real Estate Market Analysis (Grant Ian Thrall, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2002).  In ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 79: 219-220.


508.0 “Epilogue: Spatial Analysis in Retrospect and Prospect.”  In M. Goodchild and D. Janelle, eds. SPATIALLY INTEGRATED SOCIAL SCIENCE.  New York: Oxford University Press, 443-445.

509.0 “Urbanization,” in Shepard Krech III, J.R. McNeill and Carolyn Merchant, eds. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY.  New York: Routledge.  3: 1262-1268.

510.0 “American Geographers in the Year 2000.” THE PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER 56: 96-99.

511.0 “Chauncy Harris, 1914-2003.”  URBAN GEOGRAPHY 25 (1): 1-13.

512.0 “Reasons to Smile.  Interview with Brian J.L. Berry, Geographer and Political Economist.”  Jesús A. Treviño C., URBANA (VII-VIII) 1-21.

513.0 “Interview with Brian Berry.”  Maynard C. Dow.  GEOGRAPHERS ON FILM.

514.0 “Urbanization.” In William H. McNeill et al. eds. BERKSHIRE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD HISTORY (Great Barrington MA: Berkshire Publishing Group) 5: 1925-1930.

5150  “August-September 1978.”  In M. Duane Nellis, Janice Monk and Susan L. Cutter, eds. PRESIDENTIAL MUSINGS FROM THE MERIDIAN.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 22-23.


516.0 The Lunar Men. Five Friends Whose Curiosity Changed the World (Jenny Uglow, New York:  Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2002).  In ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS 94: 436-437.

517.0 Smart Mobs.  The Next Social Revolution (Howard Rheingold, Cambridge MA: Basic Books, 2002).  In TECHNOLOGICAL FORECASTING AND SOCIAL CHANGE 71: 651-652.

Other Products:

518.0 BALI BURNING. A novel by Barry O’Brien.  New Orleans: University Press of the South.


519.0 URBAN GEOGRAPHY IN AMERICA 1950-2000: PARADIGMS AND PERSONALITIES.  Ed. with J.O. Wheeler.  New York: Routledge.

520.0 “Urbanization and Development: Changing Relationships.”  In Thomas M. Leonard, ed. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD.  New York: Routledge.  3: 1641-3.

521.0  “Urbanization: Impacts on Environment.”  In Thomas M. Leonard, ed.  ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD.  New York: Routledge.  3: 1643-6.


522.0 “Building the Science of Geography.”  Upon being named Vautrin Lud Laureat (Geography’s Nobel Prize) at Festival International de Géographie, Saint-Dié-des-Vosges.


523.0 “Royal Descents and Noteworthy Cousins.”


524.0 NIHIL SINE LABORE.  AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.  Baltimore MD: Gateway Publishing Co.

525.0 “Recurrent Instabilities in K-wave Macrohistory.”  In T. Devezas et al., eds. KONDRATIEFF WAVES, WARFARE AND WORLD SECURITY.  Amsterdam: Ios Press.  22-29.



Available in both soft-covered and electronic editions from www.lulu.com.

527.0  “L’exceptionnalisme américain et l’émergence de la e-urbanisation.”  In A. da Cunha and L. Matthey, eds. LA VILLE ET L’URBAIN: DES SAVIORS ÉMERGENTS.  Lausanne: Presses Polytechniques et Universitaires Romandes.  121-130.

528.0 “Approaches to Urban Policymaking: A Framework.” In Manie Geyer, ed. INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF URBAN POLICY.  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publ. Co.  3-9.


529.0 “Are There ENSO Signals in the Macroeconomy?”  With Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn.  ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS.  64(3):  625-633.

530.0 “From Spatial Analysis to Geospatial Science.”  With Daniel A. Griffith and Michael R. Tiefelsdorf.   GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 40: 229-238.

531.0 “Foreword” to S. Shekhar and H. Xiong, eds.  ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GIS.  New York: Springer Science.  vii-viii. 


532.0   “Dissatisfaction with City Life: A New Look at Some Old Questions.”  With Adam Okulicz-Kozaryn.  CITIES.  THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF URBAN POLICY AND PLANNING. 26: 117-124.

533.0   “Interventions on the ‘moribund backwater’ forty years on.”  With Marco Antonsich, Julian Minghi and Ron Johnston.  POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY.  28:  388-394.

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