Publisher: Blackwell Publishers | ISBN: 1405145560 | edition 2009 | PDF | 256 pages | 2,88 mb
This enlightening book makes visible the lives and works of women who played a critical role in the development of geography as an academic field. A rare and detailed analysis of the geographical work of 30 individual women geographers from 1850 to 1970, this book includes oral histories from women who have held appointments in British universities since World War II. It makes the work of women geographers visible and challenges the notion of pre 1970s geography as an overwhelmingly masculine field. It also makes an important contribution to debates about the theoretical and methodological framing of the historiography of geography.
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