Dissident Geographies: An Introduction To Radical Ideas And Practice
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Dissident Geographies: An Introduction To Radical Ideas And Practice

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Dissident Geographies is a lively and accessible exploration of radical perspectives in human geography, spanning anarchism, marxism, feminism, sexual politics and postcolonialism. While some of these radical views are well established bodies of thought in geography, others are relatively new. Dissident Geographies seeks to contextualise these radical ideas and traditions,...more
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Published December 1st 1999 by Prentice Hall/Pearson Education
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Andrea
A very short and quick, but good, coverage of geography in anarchism, marxism, feminism, queer theory and struggle, and postcolonial theory. Now a bit outdated, I'm sure many would have quibbles with how they've condensed some of the main points, I do as well, but that's to be expected and I think they did a good job over all. It doesn't have a section on critical race or the environmental crisis (I suppose global warming was just heating up, ha) which is an absence, and it's quite UK/US centric...more
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