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  • Performing power : local politics and the Taunton pageant of 1928
  • Années 1920 ; Culturel ; Drame public ; Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Géographie politique ; Royaume-Uni ; Spectacle historique
  • Cultural studies ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Pageant ; Political geography ; Public drama ; United Kingdom ; Years 1920-29
  • Les géographes ont commencé à explorer la signification politique des carnavals modernes et parades, contestant le sens du drame public. Discussion sur les discours politiques contenus dans les parades costumées Parkeriennes du début du 20e siècle
  • , notamment celle de Taunton (Somerset). En incorporant des éléments empruntés à des rites, spectacles et carnavals, elle a contribué à promouvoir des discours sur la continuité et la communauté, visant à renforcer la position de l'élite locale à une époque
  • Historical geography in Britain, 1920-1980: continuity and change
  • Concept ; Ecole géographique ; Géographie historique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Royaume-Uni
  • Années 1920 ; Culturel ; Dublin ; Géographie historique ; Iconographie ; Identité culturelle ; Irlande ; Monument ; Paysage culturel ; Paysage urbain ; Rue
  • Cultural identity ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Dublin ; Historical geography ; Ireland ; Street ; Urban landscape ; Years 1920-29
  • in articulating issues of cultural and political identity in a contested space. These public statues provide the geographer with an important lens through which to explore the processes at work in shaping the city.
  • The paper explores the iconography of Dublin's central thoroughfare, as it evolved in the decades before Independence. It makes use of metaphors such as the city as text and the iconography of landscape. It focuses on the role of public statuary
  • Societies of consumers and consumer societies : co-operation, consumption and politics in Britain and continental Europe c. 1850-1920
  • Association ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Cooperative ; Europe ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century
  • Association ; Comportement des consommateurs ; Consommation ; Coopérative ; Europe ; Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Siècle 19
  • Amérique du Nord ; Club américain ; Culturel ; Elevage canin ; Etats-Unis ; Royaume-Uni
  • Essay identifies the historic and geographic patterns arising from the activities of the America Kennel Club (AKC), founded in 1884 but with a registry dating to 1878. Great Britain has been the single most important source for dog breeds in the USA
  • Remaking Wales: nation-building and the geographical imagination, 1925-50
  • Années 1920 ; Années 1930 ; Années 1940 ; Culturel ; Géographie historique ; Géographie politique ; Géopolitique ; Identité nationale ; Idéologie ; Nationalisme ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 20 ; Territorialité ; Wales
  • Cultural studies ; Geopolitics ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; National identity ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Territoriality ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom ; Wales ; Years 1920-29 ; Years 1930-39 ; Years 1940-49
  • A partir d'une lecture historique et culturelle du rôle de la géographie dans le nationalisme, examen de l'idéologie de Plaid Cymru, le parti nationaliste gallois, dans l'entre-deux-guerres. Signification de l'imagination géographique et culturelle
  • The burden of the past : geographical perspectives on current affairs
  • Ethnicity ; Historical geography ; National identity ; Political geography ; Practice of geography ; South Africa
  • The revival of historical consciousness and a greater emphasis on place have significant positive implications for geographers, particularly in South Africa at a time of political and social transition. - (AJC)
  • The doctrine of vicarious punishment : space, religion and the Belfast Troubles of 1920-22
  • Années 1920 ; Belfast ; Conflit ; Espace urbain ; Géographie historique ; Northern Ireland ; Royaume-Uni ; Système d'information géographique ; Violence
  • Belfast ; Conflict ; Geographical information system ; Historical geography ; Northern Ireland ; The 1920's ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Violence
  • The paper presents findings from research into this period which makes use of GIS technology to analyse the spatial distribution and impact of political and sectarian deaths in the early years of the 1920s. Fatalities were heavily concentrated
  • [b1] CRESC, ESRC Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change, Univ., Manchester, Royaume-Uni
  • Correlation ; Historical geography ; History of geography ; Political geography
  • -Ratzeburg. The geographical right-science spread in Great Britain, USA and Canada after World War II, and it has still numerous representatives. - (JS)
  • This paper focuses on the relationship between law and geography in a historical context. According to the investigations of the author the geographical right-science (Geojurisprudenz) developed in Germany and its first advocate was Manfred Langhans
  • The Royal Geographical Society and the development of surveying 1870-1914
  • Enseignement de la géographie ; Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Pratique de la géographie ; Relevé ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle du géographe ; Siècle 19 ; Société de géographie
  • Geographer's role ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Practice of geography ; Société de géographie ; Survey ; Teaching of geography ; United Kingdom
  • Années 1920 ; Culturel ; Fascisme ; Histoire ; Impérialisme ; Italie ; Littérature ; Nationalisme
  • Cultural studies ; History ; Imperialism ; Italy ; Literature ; Nationalism ; Years 1920-29
  • This paper is an historical and cultural analysis of the work of Gabriele D'Annunzio. He was one of the leading intellectual practitioners of the aestheticisation of politics. His texts are tied to a national discourse which is consciously
  • and unconsciously imperial. In his narratives the political map of the nation is overlaid with a tissue of imperial and sexual symbols. He examines how the geographic signs of empire are inscribed in Il Piacere and in Cabiria.
  • Visual and historical geographies : essays in honour of Denis E. Cosgrove
  • Cultural geography ; Europe ; Forest ; Geographical imagination ; Historical geography ; North America ; Urban geography ; Urban landscape
  • Amérique du Nord ; COSGROVE (D.) ; Europe ; Forêt ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie historique ; Géographie urbaine ; Imaginaire géographique ; Paysage urbain
  • and contemporary metropolises of North America. They survey creative meeting points of historical and cultural geography, and contribute to the span of the geographical imagination that Cosgrove’s work enlarged and enriched. - (HC)
  • modernity, the essays travel through and beyond some of the iconic landscapes that served as the settings and inspiration for much of Cosgrove’s work and life: from the Greco-Roman Mediterranean to Palladio’s Veneto, and from Imperial Britain to the forests
  • DELLA DORA, V., (Directeur de publication)
  • DIGBY, S., (Directeur de publication)
  • BASDAS, B., (Directeur de publication)
  • The spectacle of memory : Ireland's remembrance of the Great War, 1919
  • Army ; Collective memory ; Historical geography ; Ireland ; National identity ; Political geography ; War ; Years 1910-19
  • expérimentées par la société irlandaise dans l'immédiat après-guerre. En qualifiant les célébrations du Jour de la Paix de 1919 de spectacle public, l'A. suggère que la construction d'une mémoire d'après-guerre a été directement confrontée au paradoxe de la
  • Diffusing the light of liberty: the geography of political lecturing in the Chartist movement
  • Chartisme ; Culturel ; Géographie historique ; Géographie politique ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 19 ; Vie politique
  • Cultural studies ; Historical geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography ; Political life ; United Kingdom
  • Lecturing activity was central to the ambitions of thre Chartist movement for universal suffrage in early Victorian Britain because it was emblematic of Chartist political aims. The article describes the organizational geography of the Chartist
  • Paupers, property, and place: a geographical analysis of the English, Irish, and Scottish Poor Laws in the mid-19th century
  • Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Idéologie ; Irlande ; Législation ; Pauvreté ; Politique sociale ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Siècle 19
  • Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Ireland ; Legislation ; Nineteenth Century ; Poverty ; Scotland ; Social policy ; United Kingdom
  • Old light on the Dark Age landscape : the description of Britain in the De Excidio Britanniae of Gildas
  • Description ; Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Moyen Age ; Paysage ; Royaume-Uni ; Utilisation du sol
  • Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Land use ; Landscape ; Middle Age ; United Kingdom
  • This work comprises an amalgum of received knowledge and contemporary opinion. Analysis tends to support the view that Gildas wrote from a perspective focused in west-central southern Britain, despite his attempt to write for a wider British
  • Citoyenneté ; Civilisation ; Culturel ; Edinburgh ; Ethique ; Géographie historique ; Impérialisme ; Lieu ; Modernisme ; Pratique de la géographie ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Système de valeurs
  • Citizenship ; Civilization ; Cultural studies ; Historical geography ; Imperialism ; Modernism ; Place ; Practice of geography ; Scotland ; United Kingdom ; Value system
  • and public figures associated with the Scottish Patrick Geddes, reveals that their support for values of harmony and cooperation found common ground across geographical boundaries and were important components of an international imagination.
  • In the first two decades of the 20th century, particular interpretations of nature-society relations emerged within a political and social context marked by concern over the need to rehabilitate British society. The work of a group of scientists
  • The making of a sub-discipline : state initiatives and the production of British geographical studies of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1945–71
  • Europe de l'Est ; Géographe ; Géographie historique ; Géographie politique ; Recherche géographique ; Relations internationales ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Siècle 20 ; Université
  • Eastern Europe ; Geographer ; Geographic research ; Historical geography ; International relations ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom ; University
  • Commission Scarbrough et de la formalisation des relations culturelles entre les deux pays reflètent l’état des connaissances de l’époque et la nécessité de leur développement. Ils montrent, qu’en dehors de la publication d’ouvrages régionaux, les géographes
  • ont produit un ensemble de publications stratégiques qui permettent de distinguer la géographie régionale traditionnelle de la science de l’espace ; discipline encore émergente à cette époque.
  • [b1] Department of Central, East European Studies, Univ., Glasgow, Royaume-Uni
  • [b2] School of Geography, Univ., Nottingham, Royaume-Uni
  • Journey to asylum: a medical-geographical idea in historical context
  • Distance parcourue ; England ; Géographie historique ; Géographie médicale ; Royaume-Uni ; Santé ; Santé mentale ; Services de santé ; Siècle 19
  • Distance travelled ; England ; Health ; Historical geography ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Nineteenth Century ; United Kingdom
  • This paper investigates a specific geographical idea (importance of distance-decay patterns in the utilisation of medical or mental health facilities) and the objective is to illuminate the historical-geographical contexts in which the idea
  • originated, was debated and was seen to break down. The paper examines contexts in nineteenth-century England, associated with the territorial structure of the public county asylum system.
  • The transfer of technology from Great Britain to Sweden 1825-1850
  • Diffusion des innovations ; Great Britain ; Géographie historique ; Importation ; Industrialisation ; Industrie ; Innovation technologique ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 19 ; Suède ; Technologie ; Transfert de technologie
  • Diffusion of innovations ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Importation ; Industrialization ; Industry ; Nineteenth Century ; Sweden ; Technological innovation ; Technology ; Technology transfer ; United Kingdom
  • The AA. have traced the import of machine-tools to Sweden, and mapped the diffusion of that technology within Sweden. Britain was the predominant supplier of technology to Sweden, and the city of Gothenburg was the principal entry point