Making sense of the field can be challenging, even for seasoned practitioners. This four-part, five volume collection provides a map for anyone seeking to reconnoitre the landscape of human geography today. Focusing mostly on Anglophone contributions, it begins with a discussion of the histories and philosophies of geographical knowledge and continues through to the central concerns of the discipline: space (in relation to productions, practices and performances); and nature (in relation to distinctions between 'culture' and 'nature').
Part One: Histories, Philosophies and Politics
Part Two: Theories, Methods and Practices
Part Three: Space, Place and Landscape
Part Four: Nature, Environment and the Non-Human
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 2136
Weight: 4000 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 29 mm
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