Critical scholarship has a long tradition in Geography. Critical Geographies introduces students, scholars and activists to wide-ranging approaches, topics and theories associated with critical geographical scholarship. A selection of thirty-six chapters of previously published work, spanning over 150 years, is organized into four distinct thematic sections, addressing the themes of critical reflection within academic geography, theorizing the relationship between space and society, outlining geographical approaches towards human-environment relations, and a critical view on representing Earth. The collection offers a series of snapshots of the multi-directional and meandering paths of critical thought in the geographic discipline.
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