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Readings in cultural geography
Philip Laurence Wagner
|Statement||edited with introductions and translations by Philip L. Wagner and Marvin W.Mikesel.|
|Contributions||Mikesell, Marvin W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 589p. :|
|Number of Pages||589|
This course provides students with an introduction to the basic concepts of cultural geography. It is designed to give students familiarity with topics about human-land relationships, from demography, migration, agriculture, language, and religions to political geography and ethnicity.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Cited by: In Re-reading Cultural Geography, a worthy successor to the original and now classic Readings in Cultural Geography (), the editors have gathered articles, essays, and new commentaries, as well as extensive annotated reading lists and a comprehensive bibliography, into a book that will be ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses of all 4/4(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages illustrations 25 cm: Contents: Cultural geography / Carl O. Saucer --Rise of cultural geography in America / Robert S. Platt --Role of historical explanation in human geography / Max Sorre --Cultural boundaries and ethnographic maps / Richard Weiss --Geography of languages / C.M.
The Cultural Geography Reader draws together fifty-two classic and contemporary abridged readings that represent the scope of the discipline and its key concepts.
Readings have been selected based on their originality, accessibility and empirical focus, allowing students to grasp the conceptual and theoretical tools of cultural geography through the grounded Cited by: The Cultural Geography Reader draws together fifty-two classic and contemporary abridged readings that represent the scope of the discipline and its key concepts.
Readings have been selected based on their originality, accessibility and empirical focus, allowing students to grasp the conceptual and theoretical tools of cultural geography. The book follows the order of most World Regional Geography textbooks. It starts with an introduction to what geography entails, explaining basic human and physical geographic terms.
The rest of the book goes by realm as follows: Europe, Russia, North America, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa & Southwest Asia, South Asia, East 4/5(8). Readings in cultural geography. Thirty-five fundamental studies presented, edited, and translated by Philip L.
Wagner and Marvin W. Mikesell, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, xii + pp. To Order This Book. About the Course Purpose: This course will introduce you to the field of cultural geography by (1) looking at its major themes, (2) understanding relationships between cultures and environments, (3) looking at the physical processes and human interaction that are instrumental in creating cultural identity, and (4) applying geographic principles and reasoning to cultural scenarios and.
Book Reviews service to the field of geography. Other books of geographic readings exist, but this is the first compilation in the area of cultural geography.
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A list of approved books will be handed out in class. You may suggest other books for review. The Cultural Geography Reader draws together fifty-two classic and contemporary abridged readings that represent the scope of the discipline and its key concepts.
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Perhaps one of the most distinctive and studied geographers of the twentieth century, Carl O. Sauer () had influence that extends well beyond the confines of any one discipline.
With a focus on historical and cultural geography, Sauer's essays have garnered praise from poets, natural historians, and social scientists alike who continue to explore Sauer's work.
The book discusses the role of power in cultural place-making, as well as the ethical dimensions of doing cultural geography. Understanding Cultural Geography: Places and Traces offers a broad-based overview of cultural geography, ideal for students being introduced to the discipline through either undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses.
Course Summary Geography Human & Cultural Geography has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours and may be transferred to.
Cultural geography is a major, vibrant subdiscipline of human geography. Cultural geographers have done some of the most important, exciting and thought-provokingly zesty work in human geography over the last half-century.
This book exists to. In Re-reading Cultural Geography, a worthy successor to the original and now classic Readings in Cultural Geography (), the editors have gathered articles, essays, and new commentaries, as well as extensive annotated reading lists and a comprehensive bibliography, into a book that will be ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses of all.
Book Description. The Cultural Geography Reader draws together fifty-two classic and contemporary abridged readings that represent the scope of the discipline and its key gs have been selected based on their originality, accessibility and empirical focus, allowing students to grasp the conceptual and theoretical tools of cultural geography.
Cultural Geography is the study of such diversity; it is an examination of patterns of language, religion, population, migration, and economic activities, etc. The course offers an opportunity to better comprehend the diversity of culture and the reasons why cultures vary from place to place.
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The definition of the “the body” is often contested: it is understood as a. "Cultural Geography: Selected Readings by DOHRS, Fred E. (ed) et al A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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Each book has made an important intervention not just within a given sub-discipline (e.g. urban, rural, social, economic, political, historical or cultural geography) but shaped the wider practices and imaginations of human geography.
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Philip L. Wagner, and Marvin W. Mikesell, “The themes of cultural geography” in Readings in Cultural Geography (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), pp. Raymond Williams, The Country and the City (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ).
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Using the readings as examples, discuss how this topic is related to these assigned articles. As a separate paragraph, explain why this concept is important, and in a new paragraph elaborate on how it reflects or represents the field of geography.
Document all sources used. Include references for at least three of the readings. Suggested Geography Books for IAS. We have compiled for you a list of IAS books for Geography to help you in your prepration for the IAS and other services under the UPSC. so it helps to know the best reference books for the ias exam.
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Obviously modules will differ across universities and reading lists will be extensive, but for a general overview of the key ideas, skills and concepts.In this process, we are reminded of the vibrancy, potential, and importance of the scholarly work in cultural geography.
This volume, therefore, is an indispensable Companion. Its contents function as an excellent course reader, complete as it is with more advanced readings for the curious and the challenged.