Geography

Gender, Identity, and Place: Understanding Feminist Geographies Gender, Identity, and Place Understanding Feminist Geographies Linda McDowell 1999 Spring
A fascinating overview of feminist perspectives on geography.
Policing Space: Territoriality and the Los Angeles Police Department Policing Space Territoriality and the Los Angeles Police Department Steve Herbert 1996 Fall
Policing Space is a fascinating firsthand account of how the Los Angeles Police Department attempts to control its vast, heterogeneous territory. As such, the book offers a rare, ground-level look at the relationship between the control of space and the exercise of power.
In Place/Out of Place: Geography, Ideology, and Transgression In Place/Out of Place Geography, Ideology, and Transgression Tim Cresswell 1996 Spring
Argues that space and place are key factors in the definition of both deviance and propriety.
Human Geography: Society, Space, and Social Science Human Geography Society, Space, and Social Science Derek Gregory, Ron Martin and Graham Smith, Editors 1994 Fall
A broad examination of the relationship between human geography and the social sciences-suitable for college classrooms.
Space, Place, and Gender Space, Place, and Gender Doreen Massey 1994 Fall
A leading feminist geographer puts forth new ways of thinking about space and place.
Constructions of Race, Place, and Nation Constructions of Race, Place, and Nation Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose, Editors 1994 Spring
A riot in Los Angeles, a skinhead rally in Fulda, burnings in Johannesburg, massacres in Sarajevo: with racism on the rise and nationalism fracturing societies, the juncture of race, place, and nation has become a crucial one. This volume explores this critical intersection, offering a much-needed new perspective on a world in crisis. Contributors: Kay J. Anderson, Alastair Bonnett, Heléne Clark, Claire Dwyer, Jane M. Jacobs, Susan J. Smith, and the editors.
Quaternary Landscapes Quaternary Landscapes Linda C. K. Shane and Edward J. Cushing, Editors 1991 Fall
Research into the Quaternary period (the latest one million years of the earth's history) involves the study of dramatic changes in climate, flora, fauna, landforms, and cultural evolution. This book represents a synthesis of the most recent and significant research in the combined fields of archaeology, glacial geology, paleoecology, paleolimnology, geography, and climate change.
Excavations at Tel Michal, Israel Excavations at Tel Michal, Israel Ze’ev Herzog, Ora Negbi and George Rapp Jr., Editors None None
Proximity and Preference: Problems in the Multidimensional Analysis of Large Data Sets Proximity and Preference Problems in the Multidimensional Analysis of Large Data Sets Reginald G. Golledge and John N. Rayner, Editors None None
The Reconstruction of Georgia The Reconstruction of Georgia Alan Conway None None
Man Takes Control: Cultural Development and American Aid Man Takes Control Cultural Development and American Aid Charles J. Erasmus None None
Minnesota’s Changing Geography Minnesota’s Changing Geography John R. Borchert None None
The Institutions of Advanced Societies The Institutions of Advanced Societies Arnold M. Rose, Editor None None
Normal and Abnormal International Capital Transfers Normal and Abnormal International Capital Transfers Marco Fanno None None