Engaging geography

4. References

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This list will be updated as new references are added in the site.

Attwood, R. (2007) ‘Academics told to push intellectual credentials’. The Times Higher Education Supplement, Apr 13, 1.

Bunge W. (1971) Fitzgerald: geography of a revolution. Cambridge, Mass: Schenkman

Burawoy, M. (2005): 2004 presidential address: For public sociology. American Sociological Review 70, 4-28.

Castree, N. (2006) ‘Geography’s new public intellectuals’, Antipode, 38, 2: 396-412.

Castree, N., Fuller, D. and Lambert, D. (2007) ‘Geography without borders’. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 32, 2, 129-132

Chilvers, J., Cook, I., Griffiths, H. and Morris, R. (2006) ‘New public geographies?’ Paper presented in the Public Sociologies? Public Geographies? Session of the RGS-IBG 2006 Annual Conference

Diamond, J. (2005) Collapse: how societies choose to fail or survive. New York and London: Viking Penguin/Allen Lane.

Fuller, D. and Askins, K. (2007) ‘The discomforting rise of ‘public geographies’ – a ‘public’ conversation’. Antipode, 39, 4, 579-601.

Fuller, D. (forthcoming) ‘Public geographies 1 – Taking stock’. Progress in Human Geography.

Gould, P. (1990) Fire in the Rain: The Democratic Consequences of Chernobyl. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press

Gould, P. (1993) The Slow Plague: A Geography of the AIDS Pandemic. Cambridge: Blackwell.

Harvey, D. (1973) Social Justice and the City. Baltimore, Md: The Johns Hopkins University Press

Harvey, D. (2003) The New Imperialism. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Monmonier, M. S. (1996) How to lie with maps. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Retort (2004) Afflicted powers: Capital and spectacle in a new age of war. London: Verso.

Smith, N. (2005) The endgame of globalization. New York: Routledge

Ward, K. (2005) ‘Geography and public policy: a recent history of policy-relevance’ Progress in Human Geography 29 310-319.

Ward, K. (2006) ‘Geography and public policy: towards public geographies’. Progress in Human Geography 30 495-503.

Written by Ian Cook et al

September 2, 2008 at 9:18 pm

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  1. Batterbury, S.P.J. in prep. The strange case of scholarly practice: engagement in political ecology. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz. in prep. Political ecology: towards a politics of engagement. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Wisner, B. Danger money: working the political eoclogy of risk. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Goldman, M and Milliary, S. Beyond critique, towards critical engagement: participatory politics and the politics of knowledge in East African pastorla communities. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Carrier, J and A Garner. Neoliberal nature consevation: rules of engagement and environemntal protection in Jamaica. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Tchakert, P. Staging smart farmers: learning partnerships in global chnage science. In Batterbury, S.P.J. and L.S. Horowitz (eds.) Engaged Political Ecologies.

    Simon Batterbury

    May 18, 2009 at 3:02 pm


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