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Asunto:NoticiasdelCeHu Geografia Radical: excelente libro gratis (compilado d e artículos clásicos, y más)
Fecha:Miercoles, 18 de Junio, 2008  03:46:28 (-0700)
Autor:Jeronimo Montero Bressan <jeronimo_montero @.........ar>

Hola... en un enorme esfuerzo que vienen realizando hace mucho tiempo, Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro y Harald Bauder han logrado armar este libro y publicarlo gratuitamente en la web. Es en inglés pero, para quien se siente con confianza, sin dudas vale la pena el esfuerzo.

 

Saludos,

Jerónimo

--- El mié 18-jun-08, Lawrence Berg <lawrence.berg@ubc.ca> escribió:

The latest free electronic book, Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings, is now online at Praxis (e)Press.

Praxis (e)Press is operated by the ACME Editorial Collective.  Along with ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, Praxis (e)Press publishes critical geographies and makes them available free on the web.  For information about publishing with Praxis, contact one of the commissioning editors.

Praxis (e)Press
Free online: http://www.praxis-epress.org


Critical Geographies: A Collection of Readings
Edited by Harald Bauder & Salvatore Engel-di Mauro
http://www.praxis-epress.org/CGR/contents.html


1    Introduction, Harald Bauder and Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro 1

Part I: Critical Reflections 8


2    What Geography Ought to Be, Peter Kropotkin (1885) 11

3    Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography,  Guy Debord (1955) 23

4.    Activism and the Academy, Nicholas K. Blomley (1994)   28

5    Reinventing Radical Geography: Is All That’s Left Right?, Vera Chouinard (1994) 33

6    The International Critical Geography Group: Forbidden Optimism?,  Neil Smith and Caroline Desbiens (1999) 39

7    Reflections on a White Discipline, Laura Pulido (2002)  45

8    Learning to Become a Geographer: Reproduction and Transformation in Academia,  Harald Bauder (2006) 60

Part II: Space and Society 70


9    Fragment of a Voyage to New Orleans, Elisee Reclus (1855) 74

10    Geographic Models of Imperialism, James Blaut (1970) 89

11    Revolutionary and Counter Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation,  David Harvey (1972) 110

12    Geopolitics and National Movements: An Essay on the Dialectics of Imperialism,  Anouar Abdel-Malek (1977) 126

13    The New Geography and the New Imperialism: 1870-1918, Brian Hudson (1977) 140

14    The Geography of Human Liberation, Richard Peet (1978) 154

15   A Socialist Feminist Perspective on Gender and Environment, Suzanne MacKenzie (1984) 182

16    A Woman’s place?, Linda McDowell and Doreen Massey (1984) 197

17    When in the World are Women?, Janice Monk and Cindi Katz (1993) 218

18    Getting Personal: Reflexivity, Positionality, and Feminist Research, Kim V. L. England (1994) 241

19   Different Diasporas and the Hype of Hybridity, Katharyne Mitchell (1997) 257

20    Critically Understanding Race-Connected Practices: A Reading of W. E. B. Du Bois and Richard Wright, Bobby M Wilson (2002) 278

Part III: People and Environments 297


21    Does Radical Geography Lack an Approach to Environmental Relations?, Ben Wisner (1978) 301

22    Human-Environment Relations.  Editor’s Introduction, Richard A. Walker (1979)  322

23    Hazards and Crises: A Political Economy of Drought and Famine in Northern Nigeria, Michael Watts (1983)  347

24    The Production of Nature, Neil Smith (1984)  368

25    Converting the Wetlands, Engendering the Environment: The Intersection of Gender with Agrarian Change in the Gambia, Judith Carney (1993)  402

26    What’s the Problem Here?, Joni Seager (1993)  427

27   Environmental Change and Policy, Melissa Leach and Robin Mearns (1996) 440

28    A Walk on the Wild Side: A Critical Geography of Domestication, Kay Anderson (1997)  476

29    Witnessing the Animal Moment, Jody Emel and Jennifer Wolch (1998)  507

30    Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California, Laura Pulido (2000)  532

31    Tracking Invasive Land Covers in India or Why Our Landscapes Have Never Been Modern, Paul Robbins (2001)  578
 

Part IV: Representing the Earth Surface  617


32    An Illustration of Geographical Warfare: Bombing the Dikes on the Red River, North Vietnam, Yves Lacoste (1973)  620

33    Representations in an Electronic Age: Geography, GIS, and Democracy, John Pickles (1995)  637

34    Trouble in the Heartland: GIS and Its Critics in the 1990s, Nadine Schuurman (2000)  664

35    Maps as Social Constructions: Power, Communication and Visualization, Jeremy W. Crampton (2001)  691

36    Putting “Cartography” into the History of Cartography: Arthur H. Robinson, David Woodward, and the Creation of a Discipline, Matthew H. Edney (2005)  711
         




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