The central or most important part of a country, area, or field of activity
The center of support for a belief or movement
the heartland of the rebel cause
The central part of the US; the Midwest
a recession that battered the coasts while sparing the heartland
the central region of a country or continent; especially a region that is important to a country or to a culture
Heartland is a novel by Daren Shiau, first published by SNP Editions in 1999. The book won the 1998 Singapore Literature Prize Commendation Award and is Shiau's debut novel. The book is now selected as a set text for GCE 'O' and 'N' levels.
Heartland was an Australian television drama series that ran on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in 1994. It ran for thirteen episodes and starred Cate Blanchett and Ernie Dingo. The show was also known as Burned Bridge in some countries.
Heartland is an American country music band from Huntsville, Alabama. It is composed of Jason Albert (lead vocals), Craig Anderson (rhythm guitar), Todd Anderson (drums), Chuck Crawford (fiddle, background vocals), Mike Myerson (lead guitar), and Keith West (bass guitar, background vocals). ...
Heartland is a Canadian television drama series which debuted on CBC Television on 14 October 2007. The series is loosely based on the Heartland books by Lauren Brooke.
Heartland is an album by electroclash girl group Client. It was released in Germany on the Out of Line label on 23 March 2007.
Heartland is a comic book one-shot published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics in March 1997. It was written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Steve Dillon. ...
Heartland RVs is a manufacturer of recreational vehicles located in Elkhart, Indiana.
Heartland is a 1979 American film, directed by Richard Pearce, starring Rip Torn and Conchata Ferrell. The film is a stark depiction of early homestead life in the American West, and is based on a 1914 published reminiscence by Elinore Pruitt Stewart, titled Letters of a Woman Homesteader.
Heartland is a 25-novel series written by Lauren Brooke. The series started in 2001 with Coming Home and is continuing with the latest book: A Summer to Remember. The series is about a 15-year-old girl named Amy Fleming living in Virginia on a horse farm called Heartland, where they heal horses. ...
Heartland is the third album by Canadian indie rock artist Owen Pallett, released January 12, 2010 on Domino Records. It's the first of Pallett's records to be released under his own name. ...
Heartland is the debut album from Melbourne and Australian New Romantic band Real Life, released in Australia in 1983 (see 1983 in music). The album was picked up for distribution in the United States in the same year by MCA Records.
Heartland is the fourth album by Celtic rock band Runrig. It was released in 1985, and was their first output in which English songs exceeded the number of Gaelic ones.
Heartland is the title of a studio album released by RCA Records in 1987 by the American country music duo The Judds. It features the singles "Don't Be Cruel" (a cover of the Elvis Presley song), "Turn It Loose", and "I Know Where I'm Going". ...
Heartland was an American television drama series airing on TNT. The series was based in the high-stakes world of heart-transplant surgery at "St. Jude" hospital in Pittsburgh based largely on the transplant center at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center . ...
Heartland is a video game by Odin Computer Graphics released in for several home computer systems.
Heartlands is a 2002 film directed by Damien O'Donnell and written by Paul Fraser. It is a comedy-drama-road movie, running at 90 minutes, produced in the United Kingdom. It was screened at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
(Heartlands (Kate Rusby album)) Heartlands is an album by British folk musicians Kate Rusby and John McCusker, released in 2003. It was the soundtrack to the film Heartlands.
The centre, or most populous part of a region defined by geographical or non-geographical criteria
is Jose Dalisay, Jr.'s first Palanca-winning short story, which won in 1982. It is the story of an army doctor's transformation from indifference to compassion.
A geopolitical notion developed by Mackinder to describe the center of the Eurasian landmass, which he considered to be the most important strategic terrain in the world. See Rimland.