Key Concepts in Historical Geography
- John Morrissey - National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
- David Nally - University of Cambridge, UK
- Ulf Strohmayer - National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
- Yvonne Whelan - University of Bristol, UK
Historical Geography | Human Geography
All books in the series are authored by internationally recognized academics and include an introductory chapter and extensive pedagogic features in the form of a glossary, figures, diagrams and further reading.
Morrissey et al have produced a detailed yet expansive guide to an area in which students have been poorly served in the past. Key Concepts in Historical Geography brings alive the human geographies of the past, and demonstrates their relevancy for understanding key aspects of the contemporary world.
This new and innovative includes entries on:
- Colonial and Postcolonial geographies
landscape architecture crosses arts & sciences, research in geography is a very useful contextual area and students are recommended to explore this text as a supplementary volume.
Useful guide to a range of key concepts. will be ordering for library and adding to reading lists
useful for trainees who are new to studying historical geography - they have found this to be a supportive and informative text.
This book is a wonderful theoretical introduction in order to get an overview of the historical roots of the spatial conflicts at all levels and also to track and understand the forms of evolution of those conflicts.
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Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter One: Imperialism and Empire