Alan R.H. Baker, of the Geography Department of the University ofCambridge, has played a leading role in the development of historicalgeography. This book, which features twelve specially commissionedessays, recognizes his highly influential and innovative contributions.The contributors address the following topics: methodology and ideologyin historical geography; historical geographies of state regulation andpolitical discourse; the social and cultural use of public and privatespace; and the interpretation of images of place in relation tocultural and national identity.
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press ISBN: 9782763778075 Number of pages: 364 Weight: 584 g Dimensions: 241 x 168 mm
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