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  • monograph on the lower Rhône valley. He was an all-rounder in both teaching and research, but his preference was for rural geography. Teaching at the University of Toulouse for a quarter of a century, he pioneered the promotion of geographical research
  • the Institut de Géographie for a decade and mentored a hundred doctoral students. He was president of the International Geographical Union, 1972–76. A long and active retirement was devoted to academic travel, scientific writing and campaigning on behalf
  • Aimé Perpillou was in every respect a classical French geographer trained in Paris by the direct disciples of Vidal de la Blache and remaining faithful to the ideas and practices of Albert Demangeon, his father-in-law. He saw his role