Questioning Geography introduces students to the fundamental debates that animate geography today.
- Each of the chapters focuses on a key issue that has divided or galvanised geographers in their work.
- Covers both human and physical geography.
- Includes essay questions and suggestions for further reading.
- Demonstrates to students the distinctiveness and vitality of modern geography.
‘Questioning Geography brings together some of the world’s leading geographical thinkers in an honest, refreshing, intellectually vibrant and accessible set of encounters that simultaneously illuminate and develop key debates. While individual chapters show the diversity of philosophical, methodological and substantive concerns in geography, this book ultimately celebrates the vitality of a challenging and robust discipline.’ Adam Tickell, University Of Bristol
‘Questioning Geography is that rare thing – a volume for undergraduates that brings human and physical geographers into meaningful conversation.’ Sarah J. Whatmore, University of Oxford
‘This book doesn’t just summarize the debates currently raging in geography: it adds all kinds of informed judgements and critical commentary which make it into an essential resource for students, a resource which is much more than the sum of its parts. It is the place to go for an up to date overview.’ Nigel Thrift, University of Oxford
- Author(s): Noel Castree, Alisdair Rogers, Douglas Sherman
- ISBN-10 : 1405101911
- ISBN-13 : 978-1405101912
- Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
- Language: : English