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  • Hannah, Matthew G. (2001)
    Counting of people in official censuses and other social surveys produces representations that are arguably of far greater political importance than the representations produced by voting. The recent controversy around the ...
  • Hannah, Matthew G. (2001)
    Counting of people in official censuses and other social surveys produces representations that are arguably of far greater political importance than the representations produced by voting. The recent controversy around the ...
  • Hannah, Matthew G.; Strohmayer, Ulf (2001-03)
    As in other fields, advances in geographic knowledge rely as much on debate and disagreement as on cumulative, consensus based research. While debates have often been discussed by geographers, the focus has been on positions ...
  • Hannah, Matthew G.; Strohmayer, Ulf (2001-03)
    As in other fields, advances in geographic knowledge rely as much on debate and disagreement as on cumulative, consensus based research. While debates have often been discussed by geographers, the focus has been on positions ...
  • Tim J.; Deborah P. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002-03-28)
    This creative, interdisciplinary volume explores the engagements among film, space and identity, and features a section on the use of films in the classroom as a critical pedagogical tool. Focusing on anti-essentialist ...
  • Cresswell, Tim J.; Dixon, Deborah P. (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002-03-28)
    This creative, interdisciplinary volume explores the engagements among film, space and identity, and features a section on the use of films in the classroom as a critical pedagogical tool. Focusing on anti-essentialist ...
  • Hapke, H.; Dixon, Deborah P. (2003-03)
    In this article we initiate a critical analysis of the discursive geographies from which U.S. agricultural legislation has been constructed. First, we refer to the geography of discourse, which consists of the production, ...
  • Hapke, H.; Dixon, Deborah P. (2003-03)
    In this article we initiate a critical analysis of the discursive geographies from which U.S. agricultural legislation has been constructed. First, we refer to the geography of discourse, which consists of the production, ...
  • Heidi V. (2003-04)
    This paper explores the Spanish construction of geographical knowledges of sixteenth and early seventeenth century Peru and, in doing so, draws attention to their diversity. It is argued here that there is a need for greater ...
  • Scott, Heidi V. (2003-04)
    This paper explores the Spanish construction of geographical knowledges of sixteenth and early seventeenth century Peru and, in doing so, draws attention to their diversity. It is argued here that there is a need for greater ...
  • Merriman, Peter (2004)
    In this article I provide a critical account of the ‘placing’ of England’s M1 motorway. I start by critiquing Marc Augé’s anthropological writings on ‘non-places’ which have provided a common point of reference for academics ...
  • Scott, Heidi V. (2004)
    In this paper I examine struggles over space, mobility, and indigenous human geographies that centred on the reducciones (reductions), colonial towns that were created for the purpose of controlling indigenous populations ...
  • Dodgshon, Robert (2004)
    With their climatic variability and low crop yields, the Highlands and Islands formed a risk-laden environment for traditional farming communities. Yet whilst the major or exceptional famines between 1600 and 1800 are ...
  • Rhys (2004)
    This paper seeks to contribute to the debate concerning the current and future state of human geography by focusing on its changing treatment of the past. I argue that, while contemporary human geography has experienced a ...
  • Scott, Heidi V. (2004)
    In this paper I examine struggles over space, mobility, and indigenous human geographies that centred on the reducciones (reductions), colonial towns that were created for the purpose of controlling indigenous populations ...
  • Dodgshon, Robert (2004)
    With their climatic variability and low crop yields, the Highlands and Islands formed a risk-laden environment for traditional farming communities. Yet whilst the major or exceptional famines between 1600 and 1800 are ...
  • Merriman, Peter (2004)
    In this article I provide a critical account of the ‘placing’ of England’s M1 motorway. I start by critiquing Marc Augé’s anthropological writings on ‘non-places’ which have provided a common point of reference for academics ...
  • Jones, Rhys (2004)
    This paper seeks to contribute to the debate concerning the current and future state of human geography by focusing on its changing treatment of the past. I argue that, while contemporary human geography has experienced a ...
  • Gareth (2004-10)
    This paper considers the restoration and presentation of Angel Island Immigration Station, a federal facility in the San Francisco Bay that between 1910 and 1940 worked to prevent the arrival of Chinese laborers to the ...
  • Hoskins, Gareth (2004-10)
    This paper considers the restoration and presentation of Angel Island Immigration Station, a federal facility in the San Francisco Bay that between 1910 and 1940 worked to prevent the arrival of Chinese laborers to the ...

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