A history of geography through books

Clive Barnett ruminates on the ways we might chart through ‘old books’  the making of human geography, and its particular concern for space not as a residual but as a central concern to social science:

Originally posted on Pop Theory: It’s sad, I know, but one of my favourite places is the Bookbarn, in Somerset on the road from Bristol to Wells. It is, as the name suggests, a big barn full of old books (my partner refuses to ever come along with me, because the smell of second-hand books…

via Geography Books — Progressive Geographies

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