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  • In quest of a new humanism : embodiment, experience and phenomenology as critical geography
  • Agency ; Difference ; Human body ; Human geography ; Humanism ; Phenomenology ; Philosophy ; Post-humanism ; Social life
  • Corps humain ; Différence ; Géographie humaine ; Humanisme ; Mobilisation ; Philosophie ; Phénoménologie ; Posthumanisme ; Vie sociale
  • The paper aims to explore how a practice-oriented re-reading of phenomenology can contribute to a ‘new humanism’ after anti-/posthumanism. It starts from a research study on ‘The Stranger, the city and the nation’. . The purpose is to embed
  • in the directions and possibilities of social life ; and the phenomenological travel along the anti-/posthumanist lane. The paper concludes with a suggestion of a ‘new humanism’ that avoids the rationalist and self-righteous claims of the old ones but maintains
  • elements of the experiential dimension of social life, the acknowledgement of the other and the significance of human agency.
  • 2013
  • (Re)enchanting geography ? The nature of being critical and the character of critique in human geography
  • Critical geography ; Disenchantment ; Enchantment ; Human geography ; Humanistic geography
  • Désillusion ; Enchantement ; Géographie critique ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie humaniste
  • through which the world inspires affective attachment. It focuses on the nature of being critical and the character of critique in human geography.
  • The paper makes sense of, and space for, the unintelligibility of enchantment in order to encourage a less repressed, more cheerful way of engaging with the geographies of the world. It explores how geographers have employed enchantment as a force
  • 2013
  • Les paysages : contribution au débat sur la conceptualisation du paysage dans la géographie tchèque
  • Anthropology ; Concept ; Czech Republic ; Human geography ; Landscape ; Social sciences ; Spatial behaviour
  • Anthropologie ; Comportement spatial ; Concept ; Géographie humaine ; Paysage ; Sciences sociales ; Tchèque république
  • The goal of this article is to identify key reasons for the continuing confusion about the meaning of landscape in human geography and other social sciences. It offers a new perspective on landscape as a socially relevant environment, which can
  • be productively applied within human geography to better understand human spatial behavior. - (EN)
  • 2013
  • Human trafficking in Thailand. Current issues, trends, and the role of the Thai government
  • Géographie politique ; Organisation non gouvernementale ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Thaïlande ; Traite des enfants
  • Non-governmental organization ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Thailand
  • Based on field studies, individual narrations and revelation collected and published by numerous NGO, the author addresses the reality of human trafficking in Thailand, direct studies, present facts, and dismisses stereotypes. It focuses
  • on the roots of human exploitation, and suggests a way forward. - (GL)
  • 2013
  • A great space of murmurings : madness, romance and geography
  • History ; Human geography ; Madness ; Phenomenology ; Philosophy ; Romanticism
  • FOUCAULT (M.) ; Folie ; Géographie humaine ; Histoire ; Philosophie ; Phénoménologie ; Romantisme
  • and a romanticism about the truths supposedly revealed by madness. The older Foucault's distancing from his earlier romanticism is instructive for scholars critiquing the recent history of human geography.
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Univ., Glasgow, Royaume-Uni
  • Quelle géographie ? - Déterminer les conditions et les perspectives
  • Applied geography ; Development ; Forecast ; Human geography ; National school ; Physical geography ; Poland ; Practice of geography ; Professional organization ; Teaching of geography
  • Développement ; Ecole nationale ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Géographie appliquée ; Géographie humaine ; Géographie physique ; Organisation professionnelle ; Pologne ; Pratique de la géographie ; Prévision
  • physical and human geography, the ongoing polarisation of the academic centres within geography, departures of the most gifted scientists for the leading centres and the increasing significance of the discipline when it comes to practical applications
  • This article identifies the most important factors shaping the future of geography in Poland where the investigative, organisational, educational and practical spheres are concerned. The issues raised and discussed are used as a basis
  • for a depiction of Polish geography around a decade from now, with several options for the shaping of this outlook in the upcoming years also supplied. Worthy of note among the conclusions arrived at are the maintenance of academic and institutional links between
  • 2013
  • Geographies of the illicit : globalization and organized crime
  • Crime organisé ; Criminalité ; Discours ; Economie souterraine ; Géographie économique ; Mondialisation ; Réseau ; Souveraineté
  • Criminality ; Discourse ; Economic geography ; Globalization ; Network ; Sovereignty ; Underground economy
  • connections with both the extant literatures of organized crime anf those of human geography.
  • 2013
  • Les concepts clés et les processus de la géographie culturelle
  • Concept ; Culturel ; Ecole nationale ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie théorique ; Siècle 20 ; Subjectivité
  • Concept ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; National school ; Subjectivity ; Theoretical geography ; Twentieth Century
  • The paper presents an overview of the development of cultural geography as sub-discipline of human geography since its establishment in the early twentieth century until today. Cultural geography has been largely characterized by a shift from
  • objectivity to subjectivity. The biggest influence on the development of cultural geography had German, French and American School. Since the 1980s views of the so-called ‘new’ cultural geography come to the forefront. - (IKR)
  • 2013
  • Building on a critique of the neoliberal calculus of risk mitigation, the paper turns to the machinery of urban maintenance and to the trysts of embedded welfare democracy to propose a counterposition. In recognising the entanglements between humans
  • and nonhumans in the management of urban unpredictability and emergency, and the settlemens of social contract between state and citizen in Sweden, the paper redefines and displaces ideas of risk management through human resilience.
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Univ., Cambridge, Royaume-Uni
  • Bedrock ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Irrigation ; Lacustrine sediment ; Lithostratigraphy ; Sedimentology ; Settlement ; Sri Lanka ; Watershed
  • as triggered by human-environment interactions are difficult. This is caused by the shallow character of the wewas leading to the steady redeposition of the tank sediments by wave motions during the wet season and agricultural use of the desiccated wewas during
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dept. of Earth Sciences, Physical Geography, Freie Univ., Berlin, Allemagne
  • [b2] Dept. of Humanities, Archaeology and Heritage Management, Rajarata Univ., Mihintale, Sri Lanka
  • Biography ; British school ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Biographie ; Ecole britannique ; Géographie humaine ; Histoire de la géographie ; LAWTON (R.) ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 20
  • working in these areas of the discipline. His publications ranged very widely across human geography, but especially dealt with the Liverpool region, nineteenth-century urbanization and industrialization in Britain, migration, and the use of detailed
  • Lawton was a British geographer who spent most of his career at the University of Liverpool. His research had significant impact across the field of historical and population geography. As an enthusiastic teacher and tutor he mentored many scholars
  • 2013
  • Corpses, dead body politics and agency in human geography : following the corpse of Dr Petru Groza
  • Human body ; Ideology ; Mobility ; Political geography ; Political party ; Post-communism ; Religion ; Role of the State ; Romania ; Social geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Corps humain ; Enterrement ; GROZA (P.) ; Géographie politique ; Géographie sociale ; Idéologie ; Mobilité ; Parti politique ; Post-communisme ; Religion ; Roumanie ; Rôle de l'Etat ; Siècle 20
  • associées à sa mort et ses enterrements illustrent la politique liée aux cadavres des hommes politiques. Ensuite, ils expliquent leur influence dans la politique et leur rôle dans la société. Ils concluent par les implications, pour la géographie humaine, de
  • s’impliquer plus généralement dans la géographie des corps.
  • 2013
  • [b1] Division of Geography and Environmental Management, School of Science and the Environment, Metropolitan Univ., Manchester, Royaume-Uni
  • [b2] Geography, Hope Univ., Liverpool, Royaume-Uni
  • Exploring the emergence of the subject in power : infant geographies
  • BUTLER (J.) ; Géographie appliquée ; Mobilisation ; Nourrisson ; Pouvoir ; Relations sociales ; Subjectivation ; Sujétion ; Théorie ; Théorie non-représentationnelle
  • Agency ; Applied geography ; Infant ; Nonrepresentational theory ; Power ; Societal relations ; Subjectivity processes ; Theory
  • This paper explores the emergence of the subject in power through infant geographies. It focuses upon how subjection occurs in specific material spaces, and the role of a host of human and nonhuman others to the process of subjection. It also
  • analyses how diversities of kinship and nonkinship social relations might lead to other constellations of power in the subjection of infants. How the geographies of infants can be operationalised methodologically and epistemologically is also studied.
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography, Loughborough University, Loughborough, Royaume-Uni
  • On the Ruins of the Democratic Transition: Human Rights as an Agenda Item in Abeyance for the Brazilian Democracy
  • Army ; Brazil ; Civil society ; Democracy ; Human rights ; Political geography ; Twentieth Century ; democracy ; human rights ; transition to democracy
  • Armée ; Brésil ; Dictature ; Droits de l'homme ; Démocratie ; Géographie politique ; Siècle 20 ; Société civile
  • 2013
  • Discourse ; Dominican Republic ; Earthquake ; Haiti ; Human rights ; International relations ; Migration ; National identity ; Political geography ; Post-colonialism ; Violence ; Woman
  • Artiste ; Discours ; Dominicaine république ; Droits de l'homme ; Femme ; Géographie politique ; Haïti ; Identité nationale ; Intellectuels ; Migration ; Post-colonialisme ; Relations internationales ; Séisme ; Violence
  • 2013
  • The paper builds on recent literature in human geography on absence, presence, and postindustrial ruins and weds it with anthropological theory on connectedness, relatedness, and ruination to examine knowing. The A. argues that knowing in regard
  • 2013
  • [b1] School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, Univ., Newcastle Upon Tyne, Royaume-Uni
  • Afghanistan ; Agriculteur ; Agriculture ; Géographie sociale ; Ishkamesh ; Moyens d'existence ; Northern Afghanistan ; Pâturage ; Rareté des ressources ; Responsabilisation ; Système de culture ; Sécheresse
  • Afghanistan ; Agriculture ; Drought ; Empowerment ; Farmer ; Farming system ; Livelihood ; Pastureland ; Social geography
  • , deficiency of water, restricted income opportunities and restricted access to education and health facilities, the threats to human security of local populations are identified and security strategies examined.
  • 2013
  • [b1] Institute of Geographical Sciences Human Geography, Centre for Develeopment Studies, Freie Univ., Berlin, Allemagne
  • Atmospheric moisture ; Bioclimatology ; Climatic index ; Comfort ; Human bioclimatology ; Model ; Temperature ; Wind speed
  • In this paper, it is essential background information regarding the newly-developed Universal Thermal Climate Index UTCI that is presented, this in fact deriving from the Fiala multi-node model of human heatbalance. The UTCI is defined as the air
  • temperature (Ta) of the reference condition causing the same model response as actual conditions. UTCI was developed in 2009 by virtue of international co-operation between leading experts in the areas of human thermophysiology, physiological modelling
  • 2013
  • [b1] Inst. of Geography and Spatial Organization, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warszawa, Pologne
  • [b3] Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo), Dortmund, Allemagne
  • Critical geographies of love as spatial, relational and political
  • Affect ; Embodiment ; Emotion ; Heteronormativity ; Human geography ; Love ; Queer ; Sexuality
  • Affection ; Affectivité ; Allosexuel ; Emotion ; Géographie humaine ; Hétéronormativité ; Incarnation ; Romantisme ; Sexualité
  • 2013
  • [b1] Dep. of Geography, Univ. of Waikato, Hamilton, Nouvelle-Zelande
  • Biography ; Geographer's role ; Human impact ; Hungary ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Landscape science ; Twentieth Century
  • the influence of ecology on the landscape science. Some of his conclusions; the relationship between the environmental science and the geography, the human influence on the landscape development, modelling of the landscape processes are valids even today. - (AM)
  • Márton Pécsi leading personality of the Hungarian physical geography during the second half of the last century was geomorphologist basically. But he was able to accept, and make use the new results of the landscape research, first of all
  • 2013