Geography And Vision: Seeing, Imagining And Representing The World (International Library Of Human Geography)
Geography And Vision: Seeing, Imagining And Representing The World (International Library Of Human Geography)
Geography And Vision: Seeing, Imagining And Representing The World (International Library Of Human Geography)

Geography And Vision: Seeing, Imagining And Representing The World (International Library Of Human Geography)

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Geography and Vision is a series of personal reflections by leading cultural geographer, Denis Cosgrove, on the complex connections between seeing, imagining and representing the world geographically. Ranging historically from the sixteenth century to the present day, the essays include reflections upon discovery and the role of imagination in giving it meaning; colonisation and sixteenth century gardening; the shaping of American landscapes; wilderness, imperial mappings and masculinity; urban cartography and utopian visions; conceptions of the Pacific; the cartography of John Ruskin; and the imaginative grip of the Equator. Extensively illustrated, this engaging work reveals the richness and complexity of the geographical imagination as expressed over the past five centuries.

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