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Place and Space in Geography, Environment, Environmental Ethics, Ecology

See the "General Bibliography" section below for both clickable on-line papers as well as references to publishers' websites

 Search the "Research on Place and Space" Website


See also Landscape, Wilderness

Websites

  1. ARGUS: Activities and Readings in the Geography of the United States. Basic geographical overview of spatial theory, intended for high school courses.
  2. Art Culture Nature: An Association for the Study of Arts and the Environment
  3. The Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE)
  4. Australia Place Research Network.
  5. Cabbagetown: Replacing Identity.
  6. Centre for American Places
  7. Cultural Environmental Studies: A Resource Site.
  8. Geographic Categories: An Ontological Investigation.
  9. Geography Links (DMOZ)
  10. Geoplace: The Authoritative Resource for Spatial Information
  11. Ideas in Place (Scott Smiley)
  12. International Critical Geography Group
  13. Monadnock Institute of Nature, Place, and Culture.
  14. National Council for Science and the Environment
  15. Place Matters
  16. Places Online.org - Association of American Geographers information site on places around the world. Limited to info on Los Angeles and area right now.
  17. Playing The Wild Card: Un/Disciplined Thoughts on Wild(er)ness. Conference, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in the Liberal Arts (CIRLA), May 2002, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  18. Social and Cultural Geography Research Group
  19. Social Ecology Research Group
  20. Spatial Analysis Starting Points
  21. Topoi: Geographer's Site About Place
  22. World Forum for Acoustic Ecology


Home Pages of People in Place Research

  1. Buttimer, Anne
  2. Curry, Michael or Curry, Michael
  3. Elden, Stuart
  4. Entrikin, Nicholas
  5. Kitchin, Rob. See here for academic home page
  6. Laurier, Eric
  7. Porteous, Douglas
  8. Sack, Robert
  9. Seamon, David


Journals

  1. Alternatives Journal
    1. "Saving Place" 28:3 (Summer 2002)
  2. Annals of the Association of American Geographers
  3. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography
  4. Cultural Geographies (formerly Ecumene)
  5. CyberGeo: European Journal of Geography
  6. Environment and Behaviour
  7. Environment and Planning A
  8. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design
  9. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy
  10. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
  11. Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology
  12. Environmental Ethics
  13. Espaces et Sociétés
  14. Ethics, Place, and Environment
  15. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
  16. The Geographical Journal
  17. Geographical Review
  18. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment
  19. L'Espace Géographique
  20. Journal of Cultural Geography
  21. Journal of Historical Geography
  22. Journal of Nordregio
  23. Journal of Political Ecology
  24. Norwegian Journal of Geography
  25. Progress in Human Geography
  26. Social and Cultural Geography
  27. Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built and Natural Environments
  28. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers
  29. You Are Here: The Journal of Creative Geography


On-line Bibliographies and Searches

  1. American Ethnic Geography: A Selected Bibliography of the Ethnic and Cultural Geography of the United States and Canada
  2. ASLE Bibliographies in Regional and Place-Based Writing
  3. ASLE Online General Bibliography
  4. Bibliography in Eco-Phenomenology, Ted Toadvine
  5. CITESEER: Scientific Literature Digital Database
  6. Coming of Age in Place, David Brande
  7. Environment and Planning A, B, C, D Search Page
  8. Ideas of Nature
  9. Literature of Place in New England (Monadnock)
  10. Place and Identity, Richard A. Viti
  11. Place and Identity, Rochelle Johnson
  12. Place-Based Environmental Education, Mitchell Thomashow
  13. The Scale Bibliography, Richard Howitt -- an extensive, annotated bibliography on geography and scale. Also a PDF version.
  14. Self and Place, Gioia Woods
  15. Working Bibliography on Place


Courses, Programs, and Teaching Resources

  1. Cultural and Humanistic Geography: Place (Gregory Osborne)
  2. Geography Standards: The Physical and Human Characteristics of Places
  3. H-Environment Course Syllabi
  4. History and Philosophy of Geography (Lawrence Berg)
  5. Land Place Culture Identity (Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Western Australia)
  6. Local/Global Fields of Tension: Conceptions of Space and Place
  7. Place and Society (Benjamin Forest)
  8. Place, Environment and Society (Henry Yeung and Mark Sherlock)
  9. Place, Region and Nature (Jan Nijman)
  10. Politics, Culture, and Space (University of Oregon)
  11. Rethinking Space
  12. Society and Space (MSc, University of Bristol)
  13. Society, Culture and Place (Susan Hardwick, University of Oregon)
  14. Space and Place: The Perspective of Experience (Robert Sack, Clarence J. Glacken & John Bascom)
  15. Space, Place, and the Practices of Everyday Life (Jean Lave and Alan Pred)
  16. Spirit of Place (Richard Wilkie)


Email Discussion Lists and Weblogs/Wikis

  1. Ecotone: Writing About Place - weblog (wiki) and resources
  2. H-Environment

    Place is whatever stable object catches our attention.

    Yi-fu Tuan, Space and Place

  3. H-HistGeog


General Bibliography

Go to work by (this link may not include all work available by this author; use the search engine above for more):

  1. n.a. "Authenticity and Place" Philosophy and Geography 5:2 (August 2002): 195-211.

  2. Adams, Paul C., Steven Hoelscher, and Karen E. Till, eds. Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.

    1. Nally, David. "The Production of Space: Review of Bernhard Klein. Maps and the Writing of Space in Early Modern England and Ireland. Paul C. Adams, Steven Hoelscher, Karen Till, eds. Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies. http://www.canlit.ca/reviews/unassigned/5574_nally.html

  3. Adams, Paul. "Peripatetic Imagery and Peripatetic Sense of Place" In Textures of Place: Exploring Humanist Geographies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.

  4. Altman, I. and Zube, E.H. Public Places and Spaces. Plenum, 1989.

  5. Anderson, K., and F. Gale. Inventing places: studies in cultural geography. Longman Cheshire; Halsted Press; Belhaven Press, 1992.

  6. Anderson, K. "In the place of transdisciplinary space," Australian Geographical Studies 34:1 (1996): 121-125.

  7. Backhaus, Gary and John Murungi, eds. Earth Ways: Framing Geographical Meanings. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004.

  8. Backhaus, Gary. "Earth Ways: The Primordial Relation Between the Ways of Knowing and the Ways fo Earthly Phenomena." Backhaus, Gary and John Murungi, eds. Earth Ways: Framing Geographical Meanings. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004.

  9. Barnes, Trevor J. "Place, space, and theories of economic valve: contextualism and essentialism in economic geography." Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 14:3 (1989): 299-316. http://www.rgs.org/trans/89143/89143004.pdf

  10. Barros, C. "Considerations on the relation between place and community/Reflexiones sobre la relacion entre lugar y comunidad." Documents d' Analisi Geografica 37 (2000): 81-94.

  11. Beidler, Kyle. "A Phenomenology of Place as Interpreted on the Dallas County Farm." http://www.glo.gis.iastate.edu/la562/kyle1w.pdf

  12. Bennett, Brandon. "What Is A Forest? On the Vagueness of Certain Geographic Concepts." Topoi 20 (2001): 189-201.

  13. Berdoulay, Vincent, "Place, Meaning and Discourse in French Language Geography" in Agnew, John A. & James Duncan, eds. The Power of Place. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1989.

  14. Berdoulay, V. and J.N. Entrikin. "Singularit‚ des Lieux et Prospective." Espaces et Societes 74-75 (1994): 189-202.

  15. Berdoulay-V.; Entrikin-J.N. "Place and subject. Theoretical perspectives/Lieu et sujet. Perspectives theoriques" L'Espace Géographique 27:2 (1998): 111-121.

  16. Berg, Lawrence & Robin A. Kearns. "Naming as Norming: 'Race', Gender, and the Identity Politics of Naming Places in Aotearoa/New Zealand." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 14 (1996): 99-122.

  17. Berque, A. "Geograms, towards an ontology of geographical facts/Geogrammes, pour une ontologie des faits geographiques." Espace Geographique 28:4 (1999): 320-326.

  18. Berry, Kate A., Stanley Brunn, Dong-Ok Lee. Geographical Identities of Ethnic America: Race, Space, and Place. Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2001.

    1. Valmont, Mary E. "Review of Berry, Kate A., Stanley Brunn, Dong-Ok Lee. Geographical Identities of Ethnic America: Race, Space, and Place. Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press, 2001." Journal of Political Ecology: Case Studies in History and Society 9(2002). http://www.library.arizona.edu/ej/jpe/volume_9/0902valment.html

  19. Berthold-Bond, Daniel. "The Ethics of "Place": Reflections on Bioregionalism." Environmental Ethics 22 (Spring 2000): 5-24.

  20. Bird, Jon, Barry Curtis, Tim Putnam, George Robertson & Lisa Tickner, eds. Mapping the Futures. London: Routledge, 1993.

  21. Birkerts, Sven, "Place: A Fragment" in Frick, ed. The Sacred Theory of the Earth. Berkeley: North Atlantic, 1986.

  22. Bonta, Mark & John Protevi. "Between Geography and Geophilosophy: A Thousand Plateaus and the Contemporary Earth Sciences. Part I" http://www.artsci.lsu.edu/fai/Faculty/Professors/Protevi/GeobookIntro.html

  23. Bonta, Mark & John Protevi. "Between Geography and Geophilosophy: A Thousand Plateaus and the Contemporary Earth Sciences. Part II" http://www.artsci.lsu.edu/fai/Faculty/Professors/Protevi/ComplexSpaces.html

  24. Bradford, M. "Geography: Pride of place." Geography 85:4 (2000): 311-321.

  25. Brandenburg, A.M., and M.S. Carroll. "Your place, or mine: the effect of place creation on environmental values and landscape meanings." Society and Natural Resources 8:5 (1995): 381-398.

  26. Brenner, Neil. “The limits to scale? Methodological reflections on scalar structuration.” Progress in Human Geography 15:4 (2001): 525-548. http://sociology.fas.nyu.edu/docs/IO/222/2001.Brenner.PiHG.pdf

  27. Brown, Barry. Geographies of Technology: Some Comments on Place, Space and Technology. http://www.fxpal.com/ConferencesWorkshops/ECSCW2001/brown.doc

  28. Bullard, J. K. "The Speciality of Place" in Places 7:3: 72-79.

  29. Buttimer, Anne. Society and Milieu in the French Geographic Tradition. Chicago: Rand McNally and Company for the Association of American Geographers, 1971.

  30. Buttimer, Anne. Geography and the Human Spirit. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993.

  31. Cameron, J. "Articulating Australian Senses of Place." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Articulating_jcameron.htm

  32. Cameron, J. "Dwelling in Place, Dwelling on Earth." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Dwellingearth_jcameron.htm

  33. Cameron, J. "More Precious Than Gold" http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Moreprecious_jcameron.htm

  34. Cameron, J. "Place, Belonging, and Ecopolitics: Learning our Way Toward the Place Responsive Society" http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/PlaceEcopolitics_cameron.htm

  35. Cameron, J. "Sense of Place, Spirit of Place: Dilemmas and Possibilities." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/AGtalkSOP_jcameron.htm

  36. Cameron, J. "Working with Polarities: An Inclusive Approach to Sense of Place and Environmental Advocacy." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Polarities_jcameron.htm

  37. Cameron, J. & San Roque, C. "Coming into Country: Designing a Social Ecology." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Comingcountry_jcameron.htm

  38. Cameron, J. "Place Perspective, Buddhism and Environmentalism." http://sites.uws.edu.au/research/SERG/Buddhismenv_jcameron.htm

  39. Campbell, James "Place as Social and Geographical" in Black, David, Donald Kunze, John Pickles, eds. Commonplaces: Essays on the Nature of Place. Lanham: University Press of America, 1989: 67-79.

  40. Cantrill, J.G. "The environmental self and a sense of place: communication foundations for regional ecosystem management." Journal of Applied Communication Research 26 (1998): 301-318.

  41. Carlstein, Tommy et al., eds. Timing Space and Spacing Time. 3 vols. London: E. Arnold. 1978.

  42. Carter, Erica, James Donald and Judith Squires, eds. Space and Place: Theories of Identity and Location. London: Lawrence & Wishart 1993.

  43. Casati, Roberto & Achille C. Varzi. Parts and Places. The Structures of Spatial Representation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1999.

  44. Chawla, L. "Reaching Home: Reflections on Environmental Autobiography." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, 6:2 (1995): 12-15. http://www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/Chawla_home.htm

  45. Cheney, J. "Postmodern Environmental Ethics: Ethics as Bioregional Narrative." Environmental Ethics, 11 (1989): 117-134.

  46. Cheng, A.S. Who's In Place, Who's Out of Place?: Examining the politics of natural resource collaboration. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Forest Resources, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 1999.

  47. Claval, P. "Reflections on centrality/Reflexions sur la centralite." Cahiers de Geographie du Quebec 44:123 (2000): 285-301.

  48. Cloke, Paul, Paul Milbourne & Rebekah Widdowfield. "Homelessness and rurality: 'out-of-place' in purified space?" Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 18:6 (December 2000): 715-735.

  49. Cloke, Paul and Owain Jones. "Dwelling, place, and landscape: An orchard in Somerset." Environment and Planning A 33:4 (2001): 649-666.

  50. Cloke, Paul & Owain Jones. Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place. Oxford: Berg, 2002.

  51. Cloke, Paul and Ron Johnson. Spaces of Geographical Thought: Deconstructing Human Geography's Binaries. London: Sage, 2005.

  52. Coates, Tracey & Maureen Fordham. "You Can't Replace Memories" What Disasters Reveal About Home and Identity http://www.apu.ac.uk/geography/dsp/you-cant-replace-memories.doc

  53. Cosgrove, Denis E. Apollo's Eye: A Cartographic Genealogy of the Earth in the Western Imagination. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.

  54. Couclelis, Helen. "Location, Place, Region, and Space." In R. F. Abler, M. G. Marcus, and J. M. Olson, eds., Geography's Inner Worlds: Pervasive Themes in Contemporary American Geography. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press: 1992: 215-33.

  55. Cox, Kevin & Andrew Mair. "Locality and Community in the Politics of Local Economic Development." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 78 (1988): 307-325.

  56. Crampton, Jeremy W. "Cabbagetown, Atlanta: (Re)Placing Identity." http://www.reconstruction.ws/023/crampton.htm

  57. Crang, Mike. Cultural Geography. London: Routledge, 1998.

  58. Crang, Michael & N. J. Thrift, eds. Thinking Space (Critical Geographies). London: Routledge, 2000.

  59. Cresswell, Tim. In Place/Out of Place: Geography, Ideology and Transgression. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.

  60. Cresswell, Tim. "Imagining the nomad: mobility and the postmodern primitive" in Ulf Strohmayer and George Benko (Eds) Space and Social Theory: Geographical Interpretations of Post-Modernity. Oxford, Blackwell, 1997: 360-382

  61. Cresswell, Tim. "Geosophy, Mobility and Other Ways of Knowing" in Paul Adams and Karen Till, eds. Place, Self and Meaning: Essays in Honor of Yi-Fu Tuan. University of Wisconsin Press, 1999.

  62. Cresswell, Tim. "Place" in Paul Cloke, Philip, Crang and Mark Goodwin (eds) Introducing Human Geographies. London: Arnold, 1999: 226-234.

  63. Cresswell, Tim. "Theorising Place" in Cresswell, Tim & Ginette Verstraete, Mobilizing Place, Placing Mobility. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002: 11-32.

  64. Cresswell, Tim & Ginette Verstraete. Mobilizing Place, Placing Mobility. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002.

  65. Cresswell, Tim. Place: A Short Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004.

  66. Curry, Leslie. "Information in geographical systems." Geographical and Environmental Modelling 2:1 (1998): 9-21.

  67. Curry, Michael. Digital Places: Living with Geographic Information Technologies. New York: Routledge, 1998.

    1. Sui, Daniel Z. "Review of Curry, Michael R., Digital Places: Living with Geographic Information
      Technologies
      ." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91:1 (2001): 204ff.

  68. Curry, Michael. Space and Place in Geographic Decision Making http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ssc/labs/currym/IEEE.htm

  69. Curry, Michael. "On space and spatial practice in contemporary geography," in Carville Earle, Kent Mathewson, and Martin Kenzer, eds. Concepts in human geography. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 1996. http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/~curry/space.pdf

  70. Curry, Michael. "New Technologies and the Ontology of Places." http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/%7Ecurry/Curry_Tech_Regimes.pdf

  71. Curry, Michael. "Geographical Practice and the Ontologies of Geographic Information Systems." http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/%7Ecurry/Curry_Ontology_GIS.pdf

  72. Curry, Michael & Munroe Eagles. Place and Identity in the Age of Technologically Regulated Movement. http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/varenius/place/description.html

  73. Curry, Michael. "'Hereness' and the normativity of place" in James Proctor & David Smith, eds. Geography and Ethics. Routledge, 1999: 95-105.

  74. Curry, Michael R. "The power to be silent: testimony, identity, and the place of place", Historical Geography 28 (2000): 13-24. http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/~curry/Curry--Silent.pdf

  75. Curry, Michael R. "Review of Ken Hillis, Digital Sensations: Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91:4 (2001): 771ff.

  76. Curry, Michael R. "Discursive Displacement and the Seminal Ambiguity of Space and Place." Lievrouw, Leah & Sonia Livingstone, eds. The Handbook of New Media: Social Shaping and Consequences of ICT. London: Sage Publications, 2002: 502-517. http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/~curry/Curry_Disc_Disp.pdf

  77. Curry, Michael R. "Digital earth, convergence, and the discursive foundations of geographic information systems" http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/%7Ecurry/Curry_Data_mining.pdf

  78. Curry, Michael R. "The whole earth, the digital earth, and the eclipse of wonder." http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/%7Ecurry/Curry_VESG.pdf

  79. Curry, Michael R. "Everyday Practices and Public Places." http://baja.sscnet.ucla.edu/~curry/Curry--Everyday_practices.pdf

  80. Daniels, Stephen. "Place and the Geographical Imagination." Geography 77 (1992): 310-322.

  81. de Wit, Cary. "Senses of Place on the High Plains." Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology 5:2: 10-11.

  82. Doel, M. A. Poststructuralist Geographies: The Diabolical Art of Spatial Science. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press/Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1999.

  83. Dorn, Harold. The geography of science. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.

  84. Dovey, Kimberly. "The Quest for Authenticity and the Replication of Environmental Meaning." Seamon, David & Robert Mugerauer, Dwelling, Place, and Environment: Toward a Phenomenology of Person and World. Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985: 33-49.

  85. Thomas R. Dunlap. Faith in Nature: Environmentalism as Religious Quest. Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books Series. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2004.

  86. Entrikin, J. N. "Geography's Spatial Perspective and the Philosophy of Ernst Cassirer." Canadian Geographer 21 (1977): 209-222.

  87. Entrikin, J. Nicholas. "Place, Region, and Modernity." in Agnew, John & James S. Duncan, eds. The Power of Place. London: Unwin Hyman, 1989: 30-43.

  88. Entrikin, J. Nicholas. The Betweenness of Place: Towards A Geography Of Modernity. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1991.

  89. Entrikin, J. N. The Characterization of Place. Wallace W. Atwood Lecture Monograph, Clark University, 1992.

  90. Entrikin, J. N. "Moral Geographies: The Planner in Place." Geography Research Forum 14 (1994): 113-119.

  91. Entrikin, J. N. "Place and Region." Progress in Human Geography 18 (1994): 227-233.

  92. Entrikin, J. N. "Place and Region 2." Progress in Human Geography. 20 (1996): 215-221.

  93. Entrikin J. N. "Place and region 3." Progress in Human Geography 21:2 (June 1997): 263-268.

  94. Entrikin, J. N. "Political Community, Identity and Cosmopolitan Place." International Sociology 14:3 (September 1999): 269-282.

  95. Entrikin, J. N. "Hiding Places" Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91:4 (2001): 694-697.

  96. Evernden, N. The social creation of nature. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.

  97. Eyles, J. "Space, territory and conflict" Geographic Paper Number One, Department of Geography, University of Reading, 1971.

  98. Eyles, J. Senses of Place. Warrington: Silverbrook Press, 1985.

  99. Feitelson, E. "Sharing the globe: The role of attachment to place." Global Environmental Change 1 (1991): 396-406.

  100. Feld, Steven and Keith H. Basso. Senses of Place. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, 1996.

  101. Feld, Steven. "Waterfalls of Song: An Acoustemology of Place Resounding in Bosavi, Papua New Guinea." Feld, Steven and Keith H. Basso. Senses of Place. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research Press, 1996.

  102. Fisher, Charles Alfred. The Reality of Place: An Inaugural Lecture Delivered on 8 December 1964. London School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1965.

  103. Galliano, Steven J. and Gary M. Loeffler. Place Assessment: How People Define Ecosystems. http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/pubs/gtr_462.pdf

  104. Galton, Antony. "Space, Time, and the Representation of Geographical Reality." Topoi 20 (2001): 173-187.

  105. Gibbons, Wendy. "Critical of What? Past and Current Issues in Critical Human Geography." History of Intellectual Culture 1:1 (2001) http://www.ucalgary.ca/hic/2001pdf/gibbons_article_2001.pdf

  106. Gillis, John. "Places remote and islanded, I: Reimagining place." Robert E. Greese & John R. Knott (eds.), Michigan Quarterly Review. Special issue. XL:1 (Winter 2001): 39-58.

  107. Glidden, David. "Commonplaces." in Light, Andrew & Jonathan Smith, eds. Philosophies of Place: Philosophy and Geography III. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 1999.

  108. Goodwin, Philip. "The end of consensus? The impact of participatory initiatives on conceptions of conservation and the countryside in the United Kingdom." Environment and Planning D-Society & Space 17:4 (August 1999): 383 - 401. Abstract

  109. Gould, Peter. Becoming A Geographer. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 1999.

    1. de Blij, Harm J. Review of Peter Gould, Becoming a Geographer. Urban Geography 6 (1999). http://www.vhwinston.com/ug/1999/ad990607.htm

  110. Gould, Peter and Forrest R. Pitts. Geographical voices: fourteen autobiographical essays. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University Press, 2002.

  111. Gritzner, Jeffrey. Landscape as Seen by Geographers. http://www.montanaeeassociation.com/features/autumn99/landscape.html

  112. Gruchow, Paul. The Necessity of Empty Places. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1985.

  113. Haggett,Peter. Locational Analysis in Human Geography. London: Edward Arnold, 1965.

  114. Halls, Peter. Spatial Information and the Environment. Routledge, 2001.

  115. Hamilton, William G. "Landscape appreciation: utilizing sense of place themes in college geography." Journal of Geography (Sept/Oct 1977): 175-179.

  116. Hannon, B. "Sense of Place: Geographic Discounting by People, Animals and Plants." Ecological Economics 10:2 (1994): 157-174.

  117. Harner, John "Place Identity and Copper Mining in Sonora, Mexico." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91:4 (2001): 660ff.

  118. Harvey, David. "Monument and Myth." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 69:3 (September 1979): 362-381.

  119. Harvey, David. "Between Space and Time: Reflections on the Geographical Imagination." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80:3 (September 1990): 481-434.

  120. Harvey, David. "Evaluation: Geographical Knowledge in the Eye of Power: Reflections on Derek Gregory's Geographical Imaginations." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 85:1 (March 1995): 160-164.

  121. Harvey, David and Raymond Williams "Militant Particularism and Global Ambition: The Conceptual Politics of Place, Space, and Environment in the Work of Raymond Williams." Social Text 42 (Spring 1995): 69-98.

  122. Harvey, David. Justice, Nature, and the Geography of Difference. Cambridge, Mass: Blackwell, 1996.

  123. Harvey, David. "From Space to Place and Back Again: Reflections on the Condition of Postmodernity" in Bird, Jon, Barry Curtis, Tim Putnam, George Robertson & Lisa Tickner, eds. Mapping the Futures. London: Routledge, 1993: 3-29.

  124. Harvey, David. "Reinventing Geography." http://www.ssc.wisc.edu/havenscenter/geo.pdf

  125. Harvey, David. Spaces of Hope (California Studies in Critical Human Geography 7). Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2000.

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