Questioning Geography: Fundamental Debates

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Noel Castree, Alisdair Rogers, Douglas Sherman
Wiley, Nov 4, 2005 - Science - 314 pages
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Questioning Geography introduces students to the fundamental debates that animate geography today. Covering both human and physical geography, each chapter addresses a key issue that continues to preoccupy geographers. Questions considered include: Is geography a coherent discipline? Are human and physical geography sciences? In what ways is geography relevant? Supported by essay questions and suggestions for further reading, this accessible text demonstrates to students the distinctiveness and vitality of modern geography.

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About the author (2005)

Noel Castree is Reader in Geography at Manchester University. He is co-editor of Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millennium (1998) and Social Nature: Theory, Practice and Politics (Blackwell, 2001) and co-author of Spaces of Work: Global Capitalism and the Geographies of Labour (2004).


Ali Rogers is Fellow by Special Election at Keble College, Oxford. He is co-editor of The Student's Companion to Geography (Second Edition, Blackwell, 2002) and editor of Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs.


Doug Sherman is Professor and Head of the Geography Department at Texas A&M University. A researcher on coastal and aeolian environments, he has written about 'fashion dudes' in geomorphology and has taught the history of ideas in physical geography for many years.

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