You Are HereYou Are Here



What all these maps have in common is their creators' willingness to venture beyond the boundaries of geography or convention. You Are Here is a wide-ranging collection of such superbly inventive maps.

Author: Katharine Harmon

Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

ISBN: 1568984308

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Page: 191

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Mapmaking fulfills one of our most ancient and deepseated desires: understanding the world around us and our place in it. But maps need not just show continents and oceans: there are maps to heaven and hell; to happiness and despair; maps of moods, matrimony, and mythological places. There are maps to popular culture, from Gulliver's Island to Gilligan's Island. There are speculative maps of the world before it was known, and maps to secret places known only to the mapmaker. Artists' maps show another kind of uncharted realm: the imagination. What all these maps have in common is their creators' willingness to venture beyond the boundaries of geography or convention. You Are Here is a wide-ranging collection of such superbly inventive maps. These are charts of places you're not expected to find, but a voyage you take in your mind: an exploration of the ideal country estate from a dog's perspective; a guide to buried treasure on Skeleton Island; a trip down the road to success; or the world as imagined by an inmate of a mental institution. With over 100 maps from artists, cartographers, and explorers, You are Here gives the reader a breath-taking view of worlds, both real and imaginary.

Eileen HoganEileen Hogan



Focusing on Eileen Hogan's depictions of enclosed green spaces and portraiture, this sumptuously illustrated catalogue offers an intimate glimpse into the artist's work and practice.

Author: Elisabeth R. Fairman

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300241471

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Page: 272

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Focusing on Eileen Hogan's depictions of enclosed green spaces and portraiture, this sumptuously illustrated catalogue offers an intimate glimpse into the artist's work and practice.

Personal GeographiesPersonal Geographies



Inside Personal Geographies you'll discover: • 21 mixed-media map projects featuring artistic techniques like working with alcohol inks and pochoir, painting on a black surface and carving custom stamps • Insight into the world of ...

Author: Jill K. Berry

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440323270

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Page: 144

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Explore your Creative Self with Mixed-media Maps You don't have to be a world traveler or a professional cartographer to embark on a grand journey of self-discovery through mapmaking. Personal Geographies gives you the tools and techniques you'll need to create artful maps of your self, your experiences and your personal journey. Chart the innermost workings of your mind, document your artistic path and create an unfolding maze of your future dreams and goals. Inside Personal Geographies you'll discover: • 21 mixed-media map projects featuring artistic techniques like working with alcohol inks and pochoir, painting on a black surface and carving custom stamps • Insight into the world of traditional and contemporary maps and how they relate to and inspire personal mapmaking • A gallery of maps by contributors from around the world to spark your own creativity From mapping your head, hands and heart to recording powerful memories or experiences, the maps in Personal Geographies are a gateway into the fascinating and meaningful world of you.

Nothing Personal Nothing Personal



Taking UK asylum laws as its case study, and supported by survey and interview evidence obtained over the past decade, this book tells the story of immigration decision makers and the institutionalized spatial processes that limit and steer ...

Author: Nick Gill

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444367058

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Page: 240

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In this groundbreaking new study, Nick Gill provides a conceptually innovative account of the ways in which indifference to the desperation and hardship faced by thousands of migrants fleeing persecution and exploitation comes about. Features original, unpublished empirical material from four Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded projects Challenges the consensus that border controls are necessary or desirable in contemporary society Demonstrates how immigration decision makers are immersed in a suffocating web of institutionalized processes that greatly hinder their objectivity and limit their access to alternative perspectives Theoretically informed throughout, drawing on the work of a range of social theorists, including Max Weber, Zygmunt Bauman, Emmanuel Levinas, and Georg Simmel

Researching the lifecourseResearching the lifecourse



Personal geographies can be thought of as the situated experiences and emotions participants have accumulated over time and space. Constructing these personal geographies entails gathering different aspects of participants' locational ...

Author: Worth, Nancy

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781447334484

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Page: 240

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The lifecourse perspective continues to be an important subject in the social sciences. Researching the Lifecourse offers a distinctive approach in that it truly covers the lifecourse (childhood, adulthood and older age), focusing on innovative methods and case study examples from a variety of European and North American contexts. This original approach connects theory and practice from across the social sciences by situating methodology and research design within relevant conceptual frameworks. This diverse collection features methods that are linked to questions of time, space and mobilities while providing practitioners with practical detail in each chapter.

How Dwarfs Experience the World Around ThemHow Dwarfs Experience the World Around Them



This study offers an unprecedented view into the everyday geographies of people with dwarfism.

Author: Robert J. Kruse

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ISBN: 0773452818

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Page: 111

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This study offers an unprecedented view into the everyday geographies of people with dwarfism. From the practical aspects of mobility and public accessibility to the intricacies of family and private spaces, the author examines the ways in which the geographies of dwarfism are similar to and differ from those of other disabilities.

Embodied GeographiesEmbodied Geographies



While this can he seen as the continuation of a role an individual woman mav have played since the hirth of a first child, ... Do changes in the personal geographies of care-givers to elderlv relatives translate into adjustments, ...

Author: Elizabeth Kenworthy Teather

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134668816

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Page: 288

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Embodied Geographies provides a comprehensive account of different types of life crises which develop our identities and affect how we live our lives. Chapters focus on: * pregnancy, childbirth, teenagers and parenthood * migration * the threat and reality of violence * illness and disability * bereavement, the ensuing family responsibilities and death itself. It includes case studies from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canada and the USA.

Social GeographiesSocial Geographies



An Introduction The Newcastle Social Geographies Collective. I negotiate, materially and emotionally, the different ... As I suggested above, most of us first identify the everyday as personal, intimate, ordinary and taken for granted.

Author: The Newcastle Social Geographies Collective

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

ISBN: 9781786612311

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Page: 440

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Marking the renaissance of social geographies in recent years, this major textbook showcases the breadth of conceptual and empirical approaches that scholars now utilize to understand contemporary social issues through a spatial lens. The book is collectively authored by one of the largest groups of social geographers in the world. It develops a vision of social geographies that is rooted in the commitments that have characterised the sub-discipline for at least half a decade (e.g. society-space relations, justice, equality), while incorporating new approaches, theories and concerns (e.g. emotions, performance, and the more-than-human). Embracing the increasing porosity of our work with neighbouring economic, cultural, political and environmental geographies, the book provides a round-up of the state of the sub-discipline, capturing recent directions and charting new questions and challenges for theory, research and practice. It makes sense of the bewildering variety of contemporary social geographical interests, from longstanding topics (e.g. race, class and gender) to more recent interests (e.g. sustainability, digital worlds and social change). Above all, it makes clear the relevance and contributions of social geographies not only to understanding a wide range of global and local issues, but to social change alongside communities, policy-makers and social movements. Each chapter offers an introduction to current work in social geographies, providing an overview and in-depth examples. The book has these key features that make it an essential resource for any social geography course: An accessible and engaging style that is ideal for entry level students Definitions of key terms and carefully explained concepts and ideas A range of exciting contemporary examples from a wide variety of geographical settings, including those drawn from the authors’ recent research Cross-referencing between chapters to help students expand learning Illustration with photos, tables, diagrams and other material Suggestions for further reading in each chapter “Real world research” and “real world theory” textboxes providing examples of research projects and theoretical perspectives, bringing topics alive and exploring challenges on the ground

The Really Practical Guide to Primary GeographyThe Really Practical Guide to Primary Geography



Work should be based on children's own personal geographies , developing and widening them , encouraging children to look at the links in their fragmented experiences . This obviously has to be planned for . Teachers need to be aware of ...

Author: Marcia Foley

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 0748726179

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Page: 215

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Substantially revised to incorporate the contents of the 1995 Revised Order and its major implications for geography teaching. Includes two brand new chapters on the growing early years sector and OFSTED inspections. A whole range of different ways to organise the geography curriculum is discussed, with examples. The resources sections have been updated and expanded.

Towards Enabling GeographiesTowards Enabling Geographies



Such examples illustrate what Dyck and O'Brien (2003) refer to as the personal geographies of disabled people, and how they negotiate moving in and through different spaces, whether it be travelling to a Job Broker, or – in reflecting ...

Author: Edward Hall

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317009016

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Page: 286

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Over the past 15 years, geography has made many significant contributions to our understanding of disabled people's identities, lives, and place in society and space. 'Towards Enabling Geographies' brings together leading scholars to showcase the 'second wave' of geographical studies concerned with disability and embodied differences. This area has broadened and challenged conventional boundaries of 'disability', expanding the kinds of embodied differences considered, while continuing to grapple with important challenges such as policy relevance and the use of more inclusionary research approaches. This book demonstrates the value of a spatial conceptualization of disability and disablement to a broader social science audience, whilst examining how this conceptualization can be further developed and refined.

Negative GeographiesNegative Geographies



The personal geographies of Brexit, and specifically the implications of the electoral verdict, surface in experience first of all as a loss of confidence in my judgment and perception, almost to the point of being a matter of shame and ...

Author: David Bissell

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9781496228246

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Page: 372

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This edited collection charts the political, conceptual, and ethical consequences of how the underexplored problem of the negative might be posed for contemporary cultural geography.

Geographies of WritingGeographies of Writing



As Plato knew and as I explore here, memory and place, location and argument, walking and learning, are vitally and dramatically linked in our personal histories and personal geographies. Places evoke powerful human emotions because ...

Author: Nedra Reynolds

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809387519

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Page: 224

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Twenty-first-century technological innovations have revolutionized the way we experience space, causing an increased sense of fragmentation, danger, and placelessness. In Geographies of Writing: Inhabiting Places and Encountering Difference, Nedra Reynolds addresses these problems in the context of higher education, arguing that theories of writing and rhetoric must engage the metaphorical implications of place without ignoring materiality. Geographies of Writing makes three closely related contributions: one theoretical, to reimagine composing as spatial, material, and visual; one political, to understand the sociospatial construction of difference; and one pedagogical, to teach writing as a set of spatial practices. Aided by seven maps and illustrations that reinforce the book’ s visual rhetoric, Geographies of Writing shows how composition tasks and electronic space function as conduits for navigating reality.

Geographies of Health Disease and Well beingGeographies of Health Disease and Well being



Third, through the processes of emotional knowing and caring, men are reborn and their personal geographies are reconfigured: Robert: When I finished telling my story, through the course of ongoing counseling with the group and ...

Author: Mei-Po Kwan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134902880

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Page: 356

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This book is a collection of papers reflecting the latest advances in geographic research on health, disease, and well-being. It spans a wide range of topics, theoretical perspectives, and methodologies - including anti-racism, post-colonialism, spatial statistics, spatiotemporal modeling, political ecology, and social network analysis. Health issues in various regions of the world are addressed by interdisciplinary authors, who include scholars from epidemiology, medicine, public health, demography, and community studies. The book covers the major themes in this field such as health inequalities; environmental health; spatial analysis and modeling of disease; health care provision, access, and utilization; health and wellbeing; and global/transnational health and health issues in the global south. There is also a specially commissioned book review in addition to the chapters included in these six sections. Together, these chapters show cogently how geographic perspectives and methods can contribute in significant ways to advancing our understanding of the complex interactions between social and physical environments and health behaviors and outcomes. This book was published as a special issue of Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

Transnational Geographies of The HeartTransnational Geographies of The Heart



... Graham Moon, Jamie Pearce, Lee Thompson and Liz Twigg Rehearsing the State: The Political Practices of the Tibetan Government - in - Exile Fiona McConnell Nothing Personal? Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum ...

Author: Katie Walsh

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119050421

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Page: 192

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Transnational Geographies of the Heart explores the spatialisation of intimacy in everyday life through an analysis of intimate subjectivities in transnational spaces. Draws on ethnographic research with British migrants in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, during a phase of rapid globalisation and economic diversification in 2002-2004 Highlights the negotiation of inter-personal relationships as enormously significant in relation to the dialectic of home and migration Includes four empirical chapters focused on the production of ‘expatriate’ subjectivities, community and friendships, sex and romance, and families Demonstrates that a critical analysis of the geographies of intimacy might productively contribute to our understanding of the ways in which intimate subjectivities are embodied, emplaced, and co-produced across binaries of public/private and local/global space

For Creative GeographiesFor Creative Geographies



Personal Geographies and other Mapsof the Imagination. Princeton,NJ: Princton ArchitecturalPress,2003. Harré, Rom. “MaterialObjects in Social Worlds.” Theory, Culture & Society 19 (2002): 23–33. Harris, Lelia.M., and H.D. Hazen.

Author: Harriet Hawkins

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135139759

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Page: 310

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This book provides the first sustained critical exploration, and celebration, of the relationship between Geography and the contemporary Visual Arts. With the growth of research in the Geohumanities and the Spatial Humanities, there is an imperative to extend and deepen considerations of the form and import of geography-art relations. Such reflections are increasingly important as geography-art intersections come to encompass not only relationships built through interpretation, but also those built through shared practices, wherein geographers work as and with artists, curators and other creative practitioners. For Creative Geographies features seven diverse case studies of artists’ works and exhibitions made towards the end of the twentieth and the beginning of the twentieth-first century. Organized into three analytic sections, the volume explores the role of art in the making of geographical knowledge; the growth of geographical perspectives as art world analytics; and shared explorations of the territory of the body, In doing so, Hawkins proposes an analytic framework for exploring questions of the geographical “work” art does, the value of geographical analytics in exploring the production and consumption of art, and the different forms of encounter that artworks develop, whether this be with their audiences, or their makers.

Mediated Geographies and Geographies of MediaMediated Geographies and Geographies of Media



You are here: Personal geographies and other maps of the imagination (1st ed.). New York: Princeton Architectural Press. Hogan, B., & Quan-Haase, A. (2010). Persistence and change in social media. Bulletin of Science, Technology ...

Author: Susan P. Mains

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789401799690

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Page: 470

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This is the first comprehensive volume to explore and engage with current trends in Geographies of Media research. It reviews how conceptualizations of mediated geographies have evolved. Followed by an examination of diverse media contexts and locales, the book illustrates key issues through the integration of theoretical and empirical case studies, and reflects on the future challenges and opportunities faced by scholars in this field. The contributions by an international team of experts in the field, address theoretical perspectives on mediated geographies, methodological challenges and opportunities posed by geographies of media, the role and significance of different media forms and organizations in relation to socio-spatial relations, the dynamism of media in local-global relations, and in-depth case studies of mediated locales. Given the theoretical and methodological diversity of this book, it will provide an important reference for geographers and other interdisciplinary scholars working in cultural and media studies, researchers in environmental studies, sociology, visual anthropology, new technologies, and political science, who seek to understand and explore the interconnections of media, space and place through the examples of specific practices and settings.

Handbook on the Changing Geographies of the StateHandbook on the Changing Geographies of the State



Giddens, A. (1985), The Nation-State and Violence, Cambridge: Polity Press. Gill, N. (2016), Nothing Personal? Geographies of Governing and Activism in the British Asylum System, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. Graham, S. (ed.) ...

Author: Sami Moisio

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788978057

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Page: 512

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This authoritative Handbook presents a comprehensive analysis of the spatial transformation of the state; a pivotal process of globalization. It explores the state as an ongoing project that is always changing, illuminating the new spaces of geopolitics that arise from these political, social, cultural, and environmental negotiations.