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Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities

Envisioning Landscapes Making Worlds Geography and the Humanities This volume examines digital and participatory geographies reflections on space and place in literature and the visual arts geography s interactions with philosophy and history and scientific explo

  • Title: Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities
  • Author: StephenDaniels Dydia DeLyser J. Nicholas Entrikin DouglasRichardson Denis Cosgrove Susan Schulten Edward S. Casey Tim Cresswell
  • ISBN: 9780415589789
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • This volume examines digital and participatory geographies, reflections on space and place in literature and the visual arts, geography s interactions with philosophy and history, and scientific exploration.Contents Foreword Converging worlds geography and the humanities Douglas Richardson Prologue Geography withing the humanities Denis Cosgrove Introduction EnThis volume examines digital and participatory geographies, reflections on space and place in literature and the visual arts, geography s interactions with philosophy and history, and scientific exploration.Contents Foreword Converging worlds geography and the humanities Douglas Richardson Prologue Geography withing the humanities Denis Cosgrove Introduction Envisioning landscapes, making worlds Stephen Daniels and others 1 Why America is called America Franco Farinelli 2 Above the dead cities Derek Gregory 3 Digital cartographies and medieval geographies Keith D Lilley 4 Mapping the taboo Gunnar Olsson 5 Choros, chora and the question of landscape Kenneth R Olwig 6 Thematic cartography and the study of American history Susan Schulten 7 Do places have edges a geo philosophical inquiry Edward S Casey 8 Race, mobility and the humanities a geosophical approach Tim Cresswell 9 The world in plain view J Nicholas Entrikin 10 Courtly geography nature, authority and civility in early eighteenth century France Michael Hefferman 11 Darwinian landscapes David Livingstone 12 Travel and the domination of space in the European imagination Anthony Pagden 13 The good inherit the earth Yi Fu Tuan 14 Putting Pablo Neruda s Alturas de Macchu Picchu in its places Jim Cocola 15 Great balls of fire envisioning the brilliant meteor of 1783 Stephen Daniels 16 Reading landscapes and telling stories geography, the humanities and environmental history Diana K Davis 17 Participatory historical geography Shaping and failing to shape social memory at an Oklahoma monument Dydia DeLyser 18 Still life, after life, nature morte W.G Sebald and the demands of landscape Jessica Dubow 19 The texture of space desire and displacement in Hiroshi Teshigahara s Woman of the dunes Matthew Gandy 20 Restoration synoptic reflections David Lowenthal 21 Overlapping ambiguities, disciplinary perspectives, and metaphors of looking reflections on a landscape photograph Joan M Schwartz 22 Inverting perspective icons performative geographies Veronica della Dora 23 Literary geography the novel as a spatial event Sheila Hones 24 Materializing vision performing a high rise view Jane M Jacobs, Stephen Cairns, and Ignaz Strebel 25 Technician of light Patrick Geddes and the optic of geography Fraser MacDonald 26 Deserted places, remote voices performing landscape Mike Pearson 27 Photography and its circulations Gillian Rose 28 Beyond the power of art to represent Narratives and performances of the Arctic in the 1630s Julie Sanders 29 Navigating the Northwest Passage Kathryn Yusoff.

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    1. StephenDaniels Dydia DeLyser J. Nicholas Entrikin DouglasRichardson Denis Cosgrove Susan Schulten Edward S. Casey Tim Cresswell

      Stephen Daniels is Professor of Cultural Geography at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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    1. An interesting look at how various divisions of geography intersect with humanities disciplines. Read this for an upper-level graduate course in the digital humanities, and it brought many valuable insights to the table, especially about how forms of visual representation can bear ideological weight. Fascinating discussions about how philosophy and spatial analysis can potentially converge in productive ways. Many nuanced arguments and/or descriptions of creative projects that demonstrate how th [...]


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