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Follow geographical imaginations on Recent Posts. Biopolitics of the more-than-human; Covid and armed conflict; The Arab Archive; Steal of the Century; Under Afghan Skies – video; Under Afghan Skies (3) Bringing the war home (with apologies to Martha Rosler) Under Afghan Skies (2) Under Afghan Skies (1) Under Afghan Skies: prologue. It’s still a long way off, but I can’t wait to share the news of a new book from Joseph Pugliese: Biopolitics of the More-Than-Human: forensic ecologies of violence (Duke University Press, due in November).. In Biopolitics of the More-Than-Human Joseph Pugliese examines the concept of the biopolitical through a nonanthropocentric lens, arguing that more-than-human entities—from soil and. I have a general interest in geography and this book by Dr. Schulten is a good overview of the development of American geographic ideas from I enjoyed some of the biographic information about some of the individuals involved in the growth of American geographic imagination. The book shows how theCited by: The Geographical Imagination of Annie Proulx book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This highly readable edited collection focuse /5(5).
The Geography of the Imagination is a real reader’s testament. It’s packed with those vivid, meaning-making connections apparent to and privately gathered by common readers, but often excluded from the dossiers handed down to us in school and in most journalistic book review columns/5. At its best, the geographical imagination affords the user ways to pry open the power of assumptions, stereotypes, and expectations associated with space and place, and to delve into how and why Author: Jen Jack Gieseking. The Geographic Imagination of Modernity traces the emergence of the geographic paradigm in modern Western thought in the decades around This period represents an extraordinary intellectual threshold, a time when European society invented new conceptual strategies for making sense of itself. Tang's book brings to light, for the first time, geography as one of the most important of these. The geographical imagination is a way of thinking about the world and considering the relative importance of places and the relationships between “our” places and “other” places. The term encompasses a variety of meanings, including individual mental images and socially produced discourses about cultures, spaces, and differences.
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