Alan R.H. Baker, of the Geography Department of the University ofCambridge, has played a leading role in the development of historicalgeography. This book, which features twelve specially commissionedessays, recognizes his highly influential and innovative contributions.The contributors address the following topics: methodology and ideologyin historical geography; historical geographies of state regulation andpolitical discourse; the social and cultural use of public and privatespace; and the interpretation of images of place in relation tocultural and national identity.Essays in Historical Geography in Honour of Alan R.H. Baker Alan R. H. Baker, Iain S. Black, Robin Alan Butlin ... a claim to a place in the house and some influence in its running (for example the hiring of a particular seasona#39;s impresario ) through what was, ... to contributing individuals different levels of social control within the theatre, a fact which simultaneously served to heighten their profile outside it.
|Title||:||Place, Culture, and Identity|
|Author||:||Alan R. H. Baker, Iain S. Black, Robin Alan Butlin|
|Publisher||:||Presses Université Laval - 2001|