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  • Why the history of economic geography matters : the case of central place theory
  • Central places ; Economic geography ; Economic history ; History of geography
  • Géographie économique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire économique ; Lieux centraux
  • Plaidoyer en faveur d'une histoire de la géographie économique, qui ne se contente pas de rester à la surface des choses, mais détecte certains éléments plutôt tacites. Rappel du développement au cours du 20e siècle de la théorie des lieux centraux.
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • Biography ; British school ; Geographical thought ; History of geography ; History of sciences ; Industrial location ; Twentieth Century
  • Biographie ; Ecole britannique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire des sciences ; Localisation industrielle ; Pensée géographique ; Siècle 20 ; TAYLOR (E.)
  • and, as such, was the first female professor of geography in the British Isles. She pioneered research into the history of geographical thought and practice, submitted important evidence on the location of industrial activity, which would be of value in national planning
  • After graduating in chemistry, Eva Taylor taught science and then studied geography at the University of Oxford, where she was trained in the holistic conception of the discipline. She then wrote successful textbooks for schoolchildren, while
  • holding part-time lectureships in London. In 1921, she joined the staff of Birkbeck College, in the University of London, where she would spend the rest of her career. In 1930, she was appointed to the chair of geography in that college
  • after World War II, and then, in a very active retirement, turned her energies to research in the history of science and the history of navigation. – (HC)
  • 2012
  • A history of Myanmar since ancient times : traditions and transformations
  • Buddhism ; Burma ; Civilization ; Cultural studies ; Geography ; History ; Institution ; Language ; Nation ; Settlement ; Society ; Tradition
  • Birmanie ; Bouddhisme ; Civilisation ; Culturel ; Géographie ; Histoire ; Institution ; Langue ; Nation ; Peuplement ; Société ; Tradition
  • History and Geography of Burma supplemented with useful photographs. The book derives from field researches conducted by the As and is divided in 12 chapters starting from the historical sources and the geographic setting. The last chapter (1962
  • 2012
  • Si proches et si lointaines : l'histoire et la géographie réunies dans un cursus commun ?
  • History ; Innovation ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Italy ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement secondaire ; Histoire ; Innovation ; Interdisciplinarité ; Italie
  • This article discusses the possible development of interdisciplinary curricula in history and geography in the Italian school system based on the issues and problems of cultural and educational experience has arisen from direct experience of history
  • and geography in the two-year high school program. The didactic concept avoids the risk of favoring one of the disciplines over the other, but instead requires a strong epistemological and methodological innovation concerning both disciplines. There is a need
  • 2012
  • Cartographic display ; Communication network ; Historical geography ; Historical mapping ; History ; History of cartography ; National territory ; Natural environment ; Scotland ; Settlement history ; Tourism ; United Kingdom
  • Cartographie historique ; Géographie historique ; Histoire ; Histoire de la cartographie ; Histoire du peuplement ; Milieu naturel ; Représentation cartographique ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Territoire national ; Tourisme ; Voie de communication
  • information systems. It presents a perspective on Scottish history and geography featuring the most significant manuscript and printed maps of Scotland, including those by Timothy Pont, Joan Blaeu, William Roy, and the Bartholomew firm of map makers. Chapters
  • This fully illustrated book examines Scotland’s maps as a form of history, from the earliest representations of the country by Ptolemy, through centuries of mapping to the most recent geographical representation in satellite imagery and geographical
  • 2012
  • Decolonising the diaspora : neo-colonial performances of Indian history in East Africa
  • Africa ; Asians ; Diaspora ; Eastern Africa ; Historical geography ; History ; Indians ; Modernism ; Post-colonialism
  • Afrique ; Afrique de l'Est ; Asiatiques ; Diaspora ; Géographie historique ; Histoire ; Indiens ; Mercantilisme ; Modernisme ; Post-colonialisme
  • 2012
  • [b1] School of Geography, Univ., Leicester, Royaume-Uni
  • Biography ; Geographical thought ; History of geography ; Portugal ; Twentieth Century
  • Biographie ; Histoire de la géographie ; Pensée géographique ; Portugal ; RIBEIRO (O.) ; Siècle 20
  • Coming from humble origins, Orlando Ribeiro was trained in history and geography at the University of Lisbon. He was greatly influenced by the work of French geographers and spent time at the Sorbonne in the late 1930s. He taught at the universities
  • of Coimbra and Lisbon, where he established a distinctively Portuguese geographer. He was an academic all-rounder, with particular research emphasis on colonial and tropical topics, and the geography of Portugal. He played an important role
  • 2012
  • The explorer’s roadmap to National-Socialism : Sven Hedin, geography and the path to genocide
  • Genocide ; Germany ; History of geography ; Ideology ; Twentieth Century
  • Allemagne ; Génocide ; HEDIN (S.) ; Histoire de la géographie ; Idéologie ; National-socialisme ; Siècle 20
  • Hedin, one of the most influential figures in this group, the author uses printed and unprinted sources, such as Hedin’s diaries. This book connects the geographical community to the intellectual history of the development of National-Socialist ideology
  • 2012
  • Science studies in physical geography : An idea whose time has come?
  • Bibliography ; Biobibliography ; Concept ; Epistemology ; Fluvial processes ; Geographical imagination ; History of sciences ; Physical geography ; Sciences ; Stream ; Twentieth Century
  • Bibliographie ; Biobibliographie ; Concept ; Cours d'eau ; Epistémologie ; Fluviatile ; Géographie physique ; Histoire des sciences ; Imagination géographique ; LEOPOLD (L.) ; Sciences ; Siècle 20
  • The A. begins with an overview of work that argues for science studies in human geography, physical geography and the history of geology. He then discusses a series of science studies approaches that address different questions about the social
  • imagination – where history and biography are entwined. In conclusion, the A. encourages to use science studies in research on the making and shaping of physical geography.
  • 2012
  • Urban policy mobility, anti-politics, and histories of the transnational municipal movement
  • Collectivité locale ; Géographie historique ; Internationalisation ; Mobilité ; Politique urbaine ; Recherche ; SAUNIER (P.-Y.) ; Siècle 20 ; Transnationalisme
  • Historical geography ; Internationalization ; Local government unit ; Mobility ; Research ; Transnationalism ; Twentieth Century ; Urban policy
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Univ., Southampton, Royaume-Uni
  • A history of transboundary storm water flows : flooding, tunnels, and the spatial incongruity of the U.S.-Mexico border
  • Arizona ; Crue ; Espace transfrontalier ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie historique ; Mexique ; Risque naturel ; Siècle 20 ; Sécurité ; Urbanisation
  • Arizona ; Flood ; Historical geography ; Mexico ; Natural hazards ; Security ; Trans-border area ; Twentieth Century ; United States of America ; Urbanization
  • 2012
  • [b1] Geography Program, Geosciences Dept., Texas Tech Univ., Lubbock, Etats-Unis
  • Dig the Victory ! New histories of wartime gardening in Britain
  • Austérité ; Autosuffisance alimentaire ; Great Britain ; Guerre ; Géographie historique ; Horticulture ; Politique gouvernementale ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 20
  • Gardening ; Government policy ; Great Britain ; Historical geography ; Self-sufficiency in food ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom ; War
  • 2012
  • Modelling the eco-cultural niche of giant chesnut trees : new insights into land use history in southern Switzerland through distribution analysis of a living heritage
  • Agriculture traditionnelle ; Alpes ; Analyse de régression ; Arboriculture ; Châtaignier ; Géographie historique ; Héritage culturel ; Niche écologique ; Suisse ; Suisse du Sud
  • Alps (The) ; Arboriculture ; Chestnut tree ; Cultural heritage ; Ecological niche ; Historical geography ; Regression analysis ; Switzerland ; Traditional agriculture
  • 2012
  • History and the question of causation : North Atlantic lessons on environmental and social change
  • Changement climatique ; Changement global ; Ethnographie ; Groenland ; Géographie historique ; Islande ; Relation société-environnement ; Relations sociales
  • Climatic change ; Ethnography ; Global change ; Greenland ; Historical geography ; Iceland ; Societal relations ; Society-environment relationship
  • In this paper, the A. presents two empirical cases from Icelandic history and current Greenlandic society. These cases shed light on the natural–social entanglements in a long-term historical perspective and in a highly charged present, respectively
  • 2012
  • Conflit ; Femme ; Géographie politique ; Inde ; Jammu and Kashmīr ; Ladakh ; Mariage ; Religion ; Reproduction de la population ; Territoire
  • Conflict ; India ; Jammu and Kashmir ; Ladakh ; Marriage ; Political geography ; Religion ; Reproduction rate ; Territory ; Woman
  • , including a survey and interviews, as well as two oral history and photography projects with Ladakhi youth.
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Etats-Unis
  • A sonic geography of voice. Towards an affective politics
  • The paper seeks to extend disciplinary investigation by calling for a geography of voice and a politics of speaking and of listening. It explores the different characteristics of voices, their affective and ethico-political forces, and how they make
  • to consider the histories, narratives and assumptions that underpin her own reception of them.
  • 2012
  • Anatolia ; Astronomy ; History of geography ; Islam ; Middle Ages ; Religion ; Sacred place ; Turkey
  • Anatolie ; Astronomie ; Histoire de la géographie ; Islam ; Lieu sacré ; Moyen Age ; Religion ; Turquie
  • la géographie sacrée.
  • 2012
  • “Because we’ve got history here” : nuclear waste, cooperative siting, and the relational geography of a complex issue
  • Coopération ; Déchet radioactif ; England ; Géographie politique ; Géographie relationnelle ; Géographie sociale ; Partenariat ; Politique publique ; Population locale ; Royaume-Uni ; Rôle de l'Etat ; West Cumbria
  • Cooperation ; England ; Local population ; Partnership ; Political geography ; Public policy ; Radioactive waste ; Role of the State ; Social geography ; United Kingdom
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, University of Exeter, Exeter, Royaume-Uni
  • Civilization ; Classification ; Cultural studies ; Europe ; Geographical thought ; Geopolitics ; History of geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Russia ; Scientific publication
  • Civilisation ; Classification ; Culturel ; DANILEVSKI (N.) ; Europe ; Géopolitique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Panslavisme ; Pensée géographique ; Publication scientifique ; Russie ; Siècle 19
  • 2012
  • Algeria ; Colonialism ; Colonization ; French people ; Historical geography ; History ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century
  • Algérie ; Colonialisme ; Colonisation ; Français ; Géographie historique ; Histoire ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20
  • 2012