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  • Biography ; British school ; Economic geography ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Lionel Lyde was an influential pioneer among British geographers, writing short textbooks for British schoolchildren during the 1890s and giving extension lectures at Glasgow and Oxford. After a period in school teaching, he accepted an invitation
  • to occupy the new chair of economic geography at University College London, then the only geographer in the United Kingdom to hold professorial title. He presented his views vigorously in lectures and in textbooks, never failing to draw on anthropological
  • After having been trained at the Sorbonne, this pioneering geographer spent much of his career at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil, where he researched the impact of pioneer settlements, the development of coffee production, and the growth
  • of that city. Drawing on ideas from various social sciences, he explored linkages between coffee producers and the global commodity trade. After returning to France, he taught at several institutions of higher learning including the Sorbonne and a new institute
  • A direct disciple of Vidal de la Blache, Raoul Blanchard undertook doctoral research on Flanders and then devoted the remained of his career to the French Alps, where he headed the Institut de Geographie Alpine at Grenoble and edited the Revue de
  • Geographie Alpine. Together with his doctoral students, he challenged the academic hegemony of geographers at the Sorbonne. His studies of Grenoble and Annecy were pioneer works in urban geography. Starting in 1917, he taught for part of most years in North
  • Daniel Faucher was trained in the Institut de Géographie Alpine in Grenoble, and worked in a provincial teacher-training college for over a decade. His doctoral thesis, written withencouragement from Raoul Blanchard, was a comprehensive regional
  • 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
  • Ecole française ; Ecole géographique ; France ; Géographie Universelle ; Histoire de la géographie ; Historique ; Rôle du géographe ; Savoir géographique ; Siècle 20
  • France ; French school ; Geographer's role ; Geographic school ; Geographical knowkedge ; Historical account ; History of geography ; Twentieth Century
  • oubliées. Examen de l'équipe d'auteurs établie par Vidal, et de la formation de ces géographes. Etude du projet en quatre volumes pour les éditions Quillet révélant une équipe assez variée. L'article souligne l'importance d'une fraction souvent négligeable
  • de la communauté des géographes, dont les ouvrages ont transmis un savoir géographique aux lycéens et à un public pour lequel de projet des Vidaliens était trop détaillé et érudit. Rôle des éditeurs dans la promotion de la géographie.
  • Lessons from experience : French geographers and the transcontinental excursion of 1912
  • American school ; Fieldtrip ; French school ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Man-environment relations ; Practice of geography ; Scientific expedition ; United States of America ; Years 1910-19
  • Ecogéographie ; France ; Géographe ; Géographie appliquée ; Géomorphologie ; TRICART (J.)
  • Applied geography ; Ecogeography ; France ; Geographer ; Geomorphology
  • geographical environments, and on the detailed recording of landforms through geomorphological mapping. Spending the whole of his professorial career at Strasbourg, he established an innovative centre for applied geography that used geographical knowledge
  • France, Poland and Europe : the experience of the XIVth International Geographical Congress, Warsaw 1934
  • Congress ; Fieldtrip ; French people ; Geomorphology ; History of geography ; International Geographical Union ; Poland ; Practice of geography ; Research ; Rural settlement ; Years 1930-39
  • ont été à la hauteur des réalisations françaises, la Pologne se distinguant même par d'importantes innovations en géographie économique. Le dynamisme démontré par les géographes français au Congrès de Paris et sur le terrain en 1931 a été moins
  • Like many geographers of his generation, P. Pinchemel was an all-rounder and undertook research in geomorphology, population geography, urban studies and the history of geography. Holding university chairs in Lille and then in Paris, he became
  • deeply involved in spatial planning and regional development, and was active in the International Geographical Union. He strove to introduce French geographers to new ideas in the discipline that were developing in anglo-saxon countries. He was a firm
  • Geographers in their ivory tower : academic geography and popular geography in Paris 1931
  • Congress ; Fieldtrip ; French people ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Physical geography ; Practice of geography ; Rural geography ; Years 1930-39
  • Cross-Channel geographers : a century of activity
  • L'A. analyse d'une façon personnelle la production géographique trans-Manche pendant le 20e siècle, soulignant l'individualité des AA., leurs milieux académiques et leurs orientations dans la discipline. Les géographes français ont mis l'accent sur
  • DEMANGEON (A.) ; Ecole française ; Ecole géographique ; Géographie Universelle ; Histoire de la géographie ; Pratique de la géographie ; Recherche ; Rôle du géographe ; Siècle 20 ; VIDAL de la BLACHE (P.)
  • French school ; Geographer's role ; Geographic school ; History of geography ; Practice of geography ; Research ; Twentieth Century
  • Diffusion ; France ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Scientific publication ; Twentieth Century
  • Jean Bruhnes et Pierre Deffontaines ont proposé une vision de la géographie humaine non conforme à celle proclamée par Vidal de la Blache et ses disciples. Après avoir retracé la carrière de ces deux géographes, l'A. étudie le réseau de relations
  • generations of geographers. After mid-century his approach was a recognised as being increasingly irrelevant as independence movements proliferated in many parts of the world. Robequain’s influence on geography was less than that of P. Gourou, his friend
  • , advocated geographical involvement in environmental management, and retained his life-long interest in history and in Breton culture. - (HC)
  • Colonization ; Exploration ; France ; Geographical knowkedge ; Haute-Normandie ; History of geography ; Nineteenth Century ; Rouen ; Société de géographie
  • writings have attracted attention among sociologists and political scientists, but recently geographers have started to show greater interest in his works. - (HC)
  • 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
  • Article critique et réaliste d'un géographe britannique sur le Document introductif au Débat national pour l'Aménagement du territoire. Il lui semble qu'on ne tienne guère compte des dures réalités de la vie sociale, économique, culturelle et