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Critical Geographies:

A Collection of Readings

Edited by Harald Bauder and Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro

Contents

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1

Introduction: Critical Scholarship, Practice and Education

1
Harald Bauder and Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro
 
8
 
2
What Geography Ought to be
11
Peter Kropotkin (1885)
 
3
Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography
23
Guy Debord (1955)
 
4
Activism and the Academy
28
Nicholas K. Blomley (1994)
 
5
Reinventing Radical Geography: Is All That’s Left Right?
33
Vera Chouinard (1994)
 
6
The International Critical Geography Group: Forbidden Optimism?
39
Neil Smith and Caroline Desbiens (1999)
 
7
Reflections on a White Discipline
45
Laura Pulido (2002)
 
8
Learning to Become a Geographer: Reproduction and Transformation in Academia
60
Harald Bauder (2006)
 
70
 
9
Fragment of a Voyage to New Orleans
74
Elisee Reclus (1855)
 
10
Geographic Models of Imperialism
89
James Blaut (1970)
 
11
Revolutionary and Counter Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation
110
David Harvey (1972)
 
12
Geopolitics and National Movements: An Essay on the Dialectics of Imperialism
126
Anouar Abdel-Malek (1977)
 
13
The New Geography and the New Imperialism: 1870-1918
140
Brian Hudson (1977)
 
14
The Geography of Human Liberation
154
Richard Peet (1978)
 
15
A Socialist Feminist Perspective on Gender and Environment
182
Suzanne MacKenzie (1984)
 
16
A Woman’s place?
197
Linda McDowell and Doreen Massey (1984)
 
17
When in the World are Women?
218
Janice Monk and Cindi Katz (1993)
 
18
Getting Personal: Reflexivity, Positionality, and Feminist Research
241
Kim V. L. England (1994)
 
19
Different Diasporas and the Hype of Hybridity
257
Katharyne Mitchell (1997)
 
20
Critically Understanding Race-Connected Practices: A Reading of W. E. B. Du Bois and Richard Wright
278
Bobby M Wilson (2002)
 
297
 
21
Does Radical Geography Lack an Approach to Environmental Relations?
301
Ben Wisner (1978)
 
22
Human-Environment Relations.  Editor's Introduction
322
Richard A. Walker (1979)
 
23
Hazards and Crises: A Political Economy of Drought and Famine in Northern Nigeria
347
Michael Watts (1983)
 
24
The Production of Nature
368
Neil Smith (1984)
 
25
Converting the Wetlands, Engendering the Environment: The Intersection of Gender with Agrarian Change in the Gambia
402
Judith Carney (1993)
 
26
What’s the Problem Here?
427
Joni Seager (1993)
 
27
Environmental Change and Policy
440
Melissa Leach and Robin Mearns (1996)
 
28
A Walk on the Wild Side: A Critical Geography of Domestication
476
Kay Anderson (1997)
 
29
Witnessing the Animal Moment
507
Jody Emel and Jennifer Wolch (1998)
 
30
Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California
532
Laura Pulido (2000)
 
31
Tracking Invasive Land Covers in India or Why Our Landscapes Have Never Been Modern
578
Paul Robbins (2001)
 
617
 
32
An Illustration of Geographical Warfare: Bombing the Dikes on the Red River, North Vietnam
620
Yves Lacoste (1973)
 
33
Representations in an Electronic Age: Geography, GIS, and Democracy
637
John Pickles (1995)
 
34
Trouble in the Heartland: GIS and Its Critics in the 1990s
664
Nadine Schuurman (2000)
 
35
Maps as Social Constructions: Power, Communication and Visualization
691
Jeremy W. Crampton (2001)
 
36
Putting “Cartography” into the History of Cartography: Arthur H. Robinson, David Woodward, and the Creation of a Discipline
711
Matthew H. Edney (2005)
     
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