The Geographical Tradition: Episodes in the History of a Contested Enterprise
The Geographical Tradition dpresents the history of an essentially contested tradition. By examining a series of key episodes in geography's history since 1400, Livingstone argues that the messy contingencies of history are to be preferred to the manufactured idealizations of the standard chronicles. Throughout, the development of geographical thought and practice is portrayed against the background of the broader social and intellectual contexts of the times. Among the topics investigated are geography during the Age of Reconnaissance, the Scientific Revolution and The Englightenment; subsequently geography's relationships with Darwinism, imperialism, regionalism, and quantification are elaborated.
Learning to Divide the World: Education at Empire's End
Limited preview - 1998
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Logics of Dislocation: Models, Metaphors, and Meanings of Economic Space
Trevor J. Barnes
No preview available - 1996