Recalibrating the Quantitative Revolution in Geography Travels, Networks, Translations
Resisting the Rule of Law in Nineteenth-Century Ceylon Colonialism and the Negotiation of Bureaucratic Boundaries
Historical Geographies of Anarchism Early Critical Geographers and Present-Day Scientific Challenges
Twentieth Century Land Settlement Schemes
By Boris Michel, Ferenc Gyuris, Katharina Paulus
December 31, 2021
This book brings together international research on the quantitative revolution in geography. It offers perspectives from a wide range of contexts and national traditions that decenter the Anglo-centric discussions. The mid-20th century quantitative revolution is frequently regarded as a decisive ...
By Oliver Tristan Dunnett
April 20, 2021
This book traces the development of diverse British cultures of outer space, utilizing key geographical concepts such as landscape, place, and national identity. It examines the early visionary ideas of writers H. G. Wells and Olaf Stapledon, the ambitious British space programme of the 1960s, and...
By Alida Clemente, Dag Lindström, Jon Stobart
December 30, 2020
This book examines the overlapping spaces in modern Western cities to explore the small-scale processes that shaped these cities between c.1750 and 1900. It highlights the ways in which time and space matter, framing individual actions and practices and their impact on larger urban processes. It ...
By Richard Brook, Martin Dodge, Jonathan Hogg
December 21, 2020
This book examines the impact of the Cold War in a global context and focuses on city-scale reactions to the atomic warfare. It explores urbanism as a weapon to combat the dangers of the communist intrusion into the American territories and promote living standards for the urban poor in the US ...
By James S. Duncan
July 06, 2020
This book offers in-depth insights on the struggles implementing the rule of law in nineteenth century Ceylon, introduced into the colonies by the British as their “greatest gift.” The book argues that resistance can be understood as a form of negotiation to lessen oppressive colonial conditions, ...
By James Wallis, David C. Harvey
March 05, 2019
This is the first book to bring together an interdisciplinary, theoretically engaged and global perspective on the First World War through the lens of historical and cultural geography. Reflecting the centennial interest in the conflict, the collection explores the relationships between warfare and...
By Federico Ferretti, Gerónimo Barrera de la Torre, Anthony Ince, Francisco Toro
February 07, 2019
In the last few years, anarchism has been rediscovered as a transnational, cosmopolitan and multifaceted movement. Its traditions, often hastily dismissed, are increasingly revealing insights which inspire present-day scholarship in geography. This book provides a historical geography of anarchism,...
By Roy Jones, Alexandre M.A. Diniz
September 27, 2018
Land settlement schemes, sponsored by national governments and businesses, such as the Ford Corporation and the Hudson’s Bay Company, took place in locations as diverse as the Canadian Prairies, the Dutch polders, and the Amazonian rainforests. This novel contribution evaluates a diverse range of ...
By Federico Ferretti
August 02, 2018
This book provides a historical account of anarchist geographies in the UK and the implications for current practice. It looks at the works of Frenchman Élisée Reclus (1830–1905) and Russian Pyotr Kropotkin (1842–1921) which were cultivated during their exile in Britain and Ireland. Anarchist ...
By Phillip Gordon Mackintosh, Richard Dennis, Deryck W. Holdsworth
March 29, 2018
‘Hurry’ is an intrinsic component of modernity. It exists not only in tandem with modern constructions of mobility, speed, rhythm, and time–space compression, but also with infrastructures, technologies, practices, and emotions associated with the experience of the ‘mobilizing modern’. ‘Hurry’ is ...
By Georgina H. Endfield, Lucy Veale
July 26, 2017
Extreme weather events, such as droughts, strong winds and storms, flash floods and extreme heat and cold, are among the most destructive yet fascinating aspects of climate variability. Historical records and memories charting the impacts and responses to such events are a crucial component of any ...
By Karen M. Morin, Dominique Moran
June 23, 2015
This is the first book to provide a comprehensive historical-geographical lens to the development and evolution of correctional institutions as a specific subset of carceral geographies. This book analyzes and critiques global practices of incarceration, regimes of punishment, and their ...