Geographic Thought

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Tim Cresswell’s new Geographic Thought was waiting in my pigeon hole last friday. Flicking through the book it looks rather wonderful. One of the first sections of the text ‘Early Geographies’ looks particularly intriguing on classical geographic notions of kenon, chora and topos, moving further into mediaeval geographies, and the maps and images have come out quite well. Looking forward to reading this properly.

PA

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