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The Spaces of Postmodernity: Readings in Human Geography (edition 2002)

by Michael Dear (Editor), Steven Flusty (Editor)

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Title:The Spaces of Postmodernity: Readings in Human Geography
Authors:Michael Dear (Editor)
Other authors:Steven Flusty (Editor)
Info:Wiley-Blackwell (2002), Edition: 1, 508 pages
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This Reader recounts the story of the emergence and impact of postmodern thought in human geography. The editors have brought together in a single volume the pivotal writings of the period since 1965. Through these, and their connecting narratives, the editors engage what has been the most invigorating intellectual roller-coaster ride in geography's recent history.

Recounts the story of the emergence and impact of postmodern thought in human geography.
Brings together in a single volume the pivotal writings of the period since 1965.
Engages with what has been the most invigorating intellectual roller-coaster ride in geography's recent history.
Eraces the shift in human geography from a plethora of pre-postmodern paradigms to the emergence of a postmodern consciousness.
Outlines an agenda for a postmodern human geographical theory and practice that sympathetically intersects with feminism, postcolonialism, cultural studies, and environmentalism.

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