Geographer’s Space

Richard Campanella, a geographer with the Tulane School of Architecture, is the author of Bienville’s Dilemma, Lincoln in New Orleans, Geographies of New Orleans, and most recently, Bourbon Street: A History (LSU Press, 2014). He may be reached through richcampanella.com or rcampane@tulane.edu; and followed on Twitter at @nolacampanella.
Richard Campanella, a geographer with the Tulane School of Architecture, is the author of Bienville’s Dilemma, Lincoln in New Orleans, Geographies of New Orleans, and most recently, Bourbon Street: A History (LSU Press, 2014). He may be reached through richcampanella.com or rcampane@tulane.edu; and followed on Twitter at @nolacampanella.

 

Episode 4: Neutral Ground

Geographer Richard Campanella delves into the history of the term "Neutral Ground.

Episode 3: The Pine Island Trend

A journey along the Pine Island Trend, a barrier island beneath the surface of New Orleans.

Episode 2: Bivalvial Byways

A brief history of the oyster trade in New Orleans, featuring Richard Campanella and Sal and Al Sunseri of P&J Oysters.

Episode 1: Up From the Deltaic Plain

A field trip with geographer Richard Campanella in which he traces the effects of natural elevation on human habitation in Louisiana. This is a companion piece to the article, Top of the Hill, in the fall 2016 issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine.

Why do we call it the "neutral ground"?

Richard Campanella explores the history of the term in the fall 2015 issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas.

 

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