This volume examines the relationship between geographical knowledge, exploration and empire. It examines the actors, agencies, and cultural factors that underpinned 19th-century British exploration.
Focuses on common themes between North America and British Geography to provide a detailed, critical understanding of the philosophies and theories that are the background to the often consuming arguments in Geography, and highlights ethical and political... (read more)
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