Geography and Memory: Explorations in Identity, Place and Becoming

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Owain Jones, Joanne Garde-Hansen
Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 10, 2012 - History - 272 pages
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Geography and Memory creates a new space of study by assembling international scholars and emerging talent for the first coherent and co-ordinated approach to explorations of identity, place and becoming. In focusing upon these three dynamics the editors have organised the relationship between geography and memory into an accessible framework for approaching key aspects of memory, remembering, archives, commemoration and forgetting in modern societies. The contributors are drawn from a range of local, national and international contexts, including the UK, Germany, USA, Malaysia and Australia. The book uniquely opens up the disciplines of geography (human, political, cultural and physical) into a dialogue with other disciplines such as media, the arts, heritage, psychology, psychotherapy, politics, sociology and cognitive science so as to present a wide-ranging and nuanced approach to memory studies.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Identity
19
Place
85
Becoming
161
On Terra Firma
251
Index
258
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DEREK H. ALDERMAN Professor of Geography, East Carolina University, USA IAIN BIGGS Reader in Visual Arts Practice, University of the West of England, UK CAITLIN DESILVEY Senior Lecturer in Cultural Geography, University of Exeter, UK JOHN HORTON Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of Northampton, UK GARETH HOSKINS Lecturer in Geography and Earth Sciences, Aberystwyth University, UK PETER KRAFTL Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Leicester, UK HEYDEN LORIMER Reader in Human Geography University of Glasgow, UK AVRIL MADDRELL Senior Lecturer in Geography, University of the West of England, UK TERRI MOREAU PhD candidate in Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK BELINDA MORRISSEY Lecturer in Communications and Writing, Monash University, Australia HAMZAH MUZAINI Cultural Geography Chair Group, Wageningen University, The Netherlands MARC REDEPENNING Substitute Professor in Cultural Geography, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany ELISABETH ROBERTS University of Exeter, UK JAMES D. SIDAWAY Professor of Political Geography, Department of Geography, National University of Singapore ARIEL TERRANOVA-WEBB Free-lance Geographer, Member of OpenSpace Research Centre, Open University, UK JUDITH TUCKER Senior Lecturer and Artist, University of Leeds, UK