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Cultural Studies

By James Duncan, Nuala Johnson, Richard Schein

A spouse to Cultural Geography brings jointly unique contributions from forty distinct foreign students to supply a serious evaluation of this dynamic and influential box of analysis.
The quantity starts off via charting the main major adjustments in cultural geography within the 20th century sooner than happening to introduce the important techniques animating paintings within the box at the present time. those theoretical techniques are then grounded in a chain of essays at the significant thematic components to which cultural geographers have contributed ---nature, id, panorama, colonialism, and post-colonialism.
The spouse can be a worthwhile source not only for geographers but additionally for these operating in allied fields who search a transparent realizing of the contribution that geography is making to cross-disciplinary debates.

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1992: Geography as a science of observation: the landscape, the gaze, and masculinity. In F. Driver and G. , Nature and Science: Essays in the History of Geographical Knowledge. London Group of Historical Geographers, Historical Geography Research Series no. 28. Rose, G. 1993: Feminism and Geography. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Rose, G. 2001: Visual Methodologies. London: Sage. Sarder, Z. and Van Loon, B. 1999: Introducing Cultural Studies. Cambridge: Icon Books. Sauer, C. O. 1925: The morphology of landscape.

Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83(1), 1–17. Rose, G. 1992: Geography as a science of observation: the landscape, the gaze, and masculinity. In F. Driver and G. , Nature and Science: Essays in the History of Geographical Knowledge. London Group of Historical Geographers, Historical Geography Research Series no. 28. Rose, G. 1993: Feminism and Geography. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Rose, G. 2001: Visual Methodologies. London: Sage. Sarder, Z. and Van Loon, B. 1999: Introducing Cultural Studies.

Anderson, K. and Gale, F. 1992: Inventing Places. London: Belhaven. Cosgrove, D. E. 1983: Towards a radical cultural geography: problems of theory. Antipode 15, 1–11. Cosgrove, D. 1984: Social Formation and Symbolic Landscape. London: Croom Helm. Cosgrove, D. 1985: Prospect, perspective and the evolution of the landscape idea. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 10, 45–62. Cosgrove, D. 1993: On “The reinvention of cultural geography” by Price and Lewis, commentary. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83(3), 15–517.

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