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Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
- Edited and written by the world's leading authorities in the discipline
- Divided into three major sections: Foundations (the history of human geography from Ancient Greece to the late nineteenth century); The Classics (the roots of modern human geography); Contemporary Approaches (current issues and themes in human geography)
- Each contemporary issue is examined by two contributors offering distinctive perspectives on the same theme
James S. Duncan is an Emeritus Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He has written extensively on Culture Theory and landscape interpretation in contemporary America and nineteenth century Sri Lanka. Recent publications include Landscapes of Privilege: The Politics of the Aesthetic in an American Suburb (2004, with Nancy Duncan) and In the Shadows of the Tropics: Climate, Race and Biopower in Nineteenth Century Ceylon (2007).
“There is a small set of materials that I consider essential reading for all my graduate students who call themselves human geographers; this collection has now become one of them.” (The AAG Review of Books, 10 January 2014)"Social Geography succeeds in providing useful and accessible supplementary reading for those interested in social geography." (Choice, 1 November 2011)