The SAGE Handbook of Historical Geography

Editors: Withers, Charles W. J., Domosh, Mona and Heffernan, Michael
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Sage UK

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-52-640455-8
Category: Geography
Image Count: 87
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The SAGE Handbook of Historical Geography provides an international and in-depth overview of the field with chapters that examine the history, present condition and future significance of historical geography in relation to recent developments and current research.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction - Charles W. J. Withers, Mona Domosh and Michael Heffernan
  • Part I: Histories and Geographies
  • Introduction to Part I - Michael Heffernan
  • 1 Pre-histories - Robert Mayhew
  • 2 Between History and Geography - Michael Heffernan and Karen M. Morin
  • 3 The Modern Discipline - Heike Jöns
  • 4 East Central Europe - Steven Jobbitt and Róbert Győri
  • 5 Russia and Eurasia - Jonathan D. Oldfield
  • Part II: Land and Landscapes
  • Introduction to Part II - Mona Domosh
  • 6 Landscape and History - Veronica della Dora
  • 7 Landscape and Labour - Don Mitchell and Carlo Sica
  • 8 Colonial and Postcolonial Landscapes - Naomi Roux and Susan Parnell
  • 9 Race, Land and Freedom - Brian Scott Williams, Levi Van Sant, Alex A. Moulton and Janae Davis
  • 10 Global Cityscapes - Garth Myers
  • 11 Land, Landscape and Home - Briony McDonagh
  • Part III: Property and Money
  • Introduction to Part III - Mona Domosh
  • 12 The Place of Money in History - Chris Muellerleile
  • 13 Building Capital - Jane M. Jacobs
  • 14 Geographies of Dispossession - Vanessa Sloan Morgan, May Farrales and Sarah De Leeuw
  • 15 Slavery and Empires - Joshua F. J. Inwood, Derek H. Alderman and Stephen P. Hanna
  • 16 Industrialization and Resistance - Andrew Davies
  • Part IV: Population and Mobility
  • Introduction to Part IV - Charles W. J. Withers
  • 17 Enumerating the Populace - Matthew G. Hannah
  • 18 Population, Mobility and Moral Regulation - Stephen Legg
  • 19 Vagrancy, Mobility and Colonialism - Catharine Coleborne and Maree O'Connor
  • 20 Troubling, Troubled, Troublesome - Cheryl McGeachan
  • 21 Hunger and Famine - David Nally
  • 22 Disease: Dangerous Vectors - Paul S. B. Jackson
  • Part V: Territory and Geopolitics
  • Introduction to Part V - Michael Heffernan
  • 23 Geography at War - Ian Klinke
  • 24 State and Territory - Elliott Child and Trevor Barnes
  • 25 Geography and the Holocaust - Anne Kelly Knowles
  • 26 Cold War Planet - Matthew Farish
  • 27 Borders - Cordelia Freeman
  • Part VI: Environment and Nature
  • Introduction to Part VI - Michael Heffernan
  • 28 Nature, Region and the North - Richard C. Powell
  • 29 Climate and Climate Change - Martin Mahony
  • 30 Weather Watching - Georgina Endfield
  • 31 Urban Nature - Matthew Gandy
  • 32 Conservation - Michael Roche
  • Part VII: Science and Technology
  • Introduction to Part VII - Charles W. J. Withers
  • 33 Outer Space - Oliver Dunnett
  • 34 Technology as a Keyword - Scott Kirsch
  • 35 Engineering - K. Maria D. Lane
  • 36 Military Technology - Isla Forsyth
  • 37 Colonial Water and Hydro-Resilience - Ruth A. Morgan
  • 38 Science - Simon Naylor and Matthew Goodman
  • Part VIII: Meaning and Communication
  • Introduction to Part VIII - Charles W. J. Withers
  • 39 Speech - Miles Ogborn
  • 40 Worlds into Words – and Back Again - Innes M. Keighren and Benjamin Newman
  • 41 Newspaper Print Media - André Reyes Novaes
  • 42 Maps, Publishing, and Civil Authority in the Age of Print - James R. Akerman
  • 43 Cultures of Regulation and Calibration - Lachlan Fleetwood
  • 44 Big Data - Jeremy W. Crampton
  • Part IX: Studies in Practice
  • Introduction to Part IX - Mona Domosh
  • 45 Memory, Materiality, Museology - Claire Warrior
  • 46 Photography, Travel, Archives - Joan M. Schwartz
  • 47 Architecture, Buildings, Stories - Hannah Neate
  • 48 Craft and Practice - Nicola J. Thomas
  • 49 History, Geography and the GeoHumanities - Harriet Hawkins